Distinguished Conduct Medal (Sjt. 91/Sge. Bty. R.G.A.), 1914/15 trio Cpl./Sgt. R.G.A./R.A.), Defence Medal, Belgium Order of Leopold 11 , Belgium, Croix de Guerre
Photo in uniform
2 bestowal documents for the Belgian awards
2 Letters regarding the above from Ministry of foreign Affairs
Discharge Certificate and 2 Character Certificates
2 X Officer’s letter of commendation.
Soldier’s Small Book
Second & Third Class Certificates of Education
Home Guard Certificate service between 5/6/1940 -31/12/1944
Tatty condition history of 91/Bty. R.G.A. with casualty roll and list of honours. Confirm Sgt Kent wounded first day of the German Spring Offensive, 21/3/1918.
D.C.M. L.G. 17/4/1918 , Sgt. H. Kent, R.G.A. (Malmesbury, Wilts.)
‘For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. Although his gun was put out of action on three occasions by enemy he continued to fight nit, setting a fine example of courage and determination to the men of his battery.’
Belgium Order of Leopold 11 L.G. 23/7/1918
Belgium Croix de Guerre, L.G. 23/7/1918
Translation ‘As part of a group of British artillery working in collaboration with the Belgian army was distinguished in a very special way by the zeal, devotion, bravery he shoed during the fight.’
A lovely Artillery group