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GSM. Palestine. Kings Own Regiment
General Service Medal 1 Clasp:. Palestine. 3710373 Cpl. J. Blandshard. Kings Own Regiment

Corporal Blanchard was wounded during the second world war Western Europe 8th August 1944 while Serving with the Royal Armoured Corp..

Condition NEF

Code: 51907Price: 250.00 GBP


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GSM Palestine 1945-48 Warwick Regiment
General Service Medal 1 Clasp: Palestine 1945-48 14682757 Private. N. Marshall. Warwick Regiment

Private Marshall was wounded Twice Western Europe in 1944 and again 28th February 1945

Medal sold in original Box of issue

Condition EF

Code: 51906Price: 200.00 GBP


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GSM Palestine. Kings Own Royal Regiment
GSM Palestine. 3711444 Private. E. Osmonde. Kings Own Royal Regiment.

Private Osmonde was Possibly killed in action or died of wounds 11th July 1941 Kings Own actions at this time were against the Vichy French in Syria & Iraq Rebels

Son of James and Julia Ormonde of North Crumlin Dublin. Irish Republic.

Buried Damascus Commonwealth War cemetery Iraq

condition EF

Code: 51802Price: 375.00 GBP


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Naval General Service Medal Clasp Near East
Naval General Service Medal Clasp; Near East. C/j842246 Orderly J. Farrant. Royal Navy

Condition EF.

Code: 51801Price: 150.00 GBP


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General Service Medal Borneo, A & S Highlanders
General Service Medal 1 Clasp, Borneo 23867533 Private. A. MC. K. Henderson. Argyle & Sutherland Highlanders.

Condition EF

Code: 51800Price: 100.00 GBP


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GSM Iraq 2nd Manchester Regiment killed in action
George V General Service Medal 1 Clasp: Iraq. 77907 Private. Joseph Ingham Manchester Regiment.

Killed in action 24th /25th July 1920 Near the Rustamiyah canal south west of Hillah

Pte Ingham was with a small column of the 34th infantry brigade with three companies of the Manchesters when they encountered large numbers of hostile tribesmen displaying battle flange with texts from the Koran. In the fighting that followed and during the withdrawal that followed against overwhelming odds the Manchesters sustained heavy casualties of 180 men killed wounded and missing. For there gallantry in the fighting the regiment was awarded 1 Victoria cross (posthumously) Capt. G.s. Henderson 1 DCM and 5 MMs The 78 Prisoners taken were later released by the Arabs after suffering great hardship in October at Kufah. One having died in captivity
Pte Ingham was aged 20 and the son of Edwin and Marry Ingham of 2 Mount Pleasant street Salford,Manchester

Condition EF

Code: 51536Price: 695.00 GBP

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