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Mentioned in Despatches. United Kingdom Number of awards in the database: 1340 Total awarded for WW II: unknown Award description A B C.
WW1 recipients. Hundreds of thousands of individual stories are behind the names of men and women mentioned in despatches including veterinary corps.
My Grandfather fought in France, Italy and Germany in WW 2 and when he passed away my father took possession of his medals and a framed Mentioned in Despatches.
card identifying whichwhose despatch he had been mentioned in with his details on it. List of Officers and Men whose names have been mentioned in despatches.
British WW1 Gallantry and meritorious To be Mentioned in Despatches is when an individual is mentioned by name and commended for having.
Hi Folks, I only learned last week from my 85 year old mother that both her brothers were mentioned in despatches during WW2. Both chaps are sadly no longer with us.
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Hello Can someone help with this please, if someone was mentioned in dispatches in 1943 what medal would the oak leaf been attached to, the man in question had been.
Encyclopedia Mentioned in Despatches. Although not actually a decoration in itself, recognition granted to British and commonwealth soldiers singled out for.
By this time the bombing of London was mostly over, but there was no glass in the windows, only black.
mention (mnshn) tr. v. mentioned, mentioning, mentions To speak or write about, especially briefly or incidentally: I mentioned your idea during the.
Mentioned in DispatchesWhat does that mean? If someone is mentioned in the dispatches that Some VCs were awarded under dubious circumstances during WW1.
Over 81, 000 records of servicemen and women Mentioned in Dispatches during the First World War have been added to Available to Diamond.
Before 1918 Commanders 'mentioned' names in their despatches (MID) to London when reporting on their campaigns. These individuals sometimes received another award.