2 edition of The Distinguished Conduct Medal, 1914-20 found in the catalog.
The Distinguished Conduct Medal, 1914-20
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Distinguished Conduct Medal (DCM) The Distinguished Conduct Medal (DCM) was (until ) an extremely high level award for bravery. It was a second level military decoration awarded to other ranks of the British Army and formerly also to non-commissioned personnel of other Commonwealth countries. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Citations of the Distinguished Conduct Medal Section 2 by Walker and Buckland (, Paperback) at the best online prices at eBay! Free shipping for many products!
The Distinguished Conduct Medal (DCM) was established by Queen Victoria on 4 December and was issued in recognition of distinguished, gallant and good conduct shown in the field by warrant officers, non-commissioned officers and men of the British Army and those of her commonwealth, dominions and colonies. Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Recipients of the Distinguished Conduct Medal at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5.
Recipients of the Distinguished Conduct Medal, (being a List, with Other Details, of All Those who Received the Medal Before the Outbreak of the First World War) J. B. Hayward and Son, - Distinguished Conduct Medal (Great Britain) - 88 pages. Spine title: Distinguished conduct medal to the C.E.F. Description: vii, pages ; 23 cm: Other Titles: Distinguished conduct medal awarded to members of the Canadian Expeditionary Force, Distinguished conduct medal to the C.E.F. Responsibility: compiled by David K. Riddle, Donald G. Mitchell.
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whole: Dimensions: 36cm., Pagination: 77 leaves. Catalogue number LBY 92 /. Books The Distinguished Conduct Medal citations, Princess Charlotte of Wales (Royal Berkshire Regt.).
Books Citations of the Distinguished Conduct Medal in the Great War Section 2, Part Two: Line Regiments. UK, Military Campaign Medal and Award Rolls, This database contains lists of more than million officers, enlisted personnel and other individuals entitled to medals and awards commemorating their service in campaigns and battles for the British Army between andin Europe, Africa, China, the Middle East, and elsewhere during the height of the British Empire.
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It was awarded to non commissioned officers and other ranks of the Army for distinguished conduct in the field. Over DCMs have been awarded to New Zealanders, the most recent being in Vietnam.
The Distinguished Conduct Medal (DCM) was an extremely high level award for bravery. It was a second level military decoration awarded to other ranks of the British Army and formerly also to non-commissioned personnel of other Commonwealth countries.
The medal. Dust Jacket Condition: Fair. recipients of the Distinguished conduct medal, being a list arranged regimentally and alphabetically of all those awarded the D. n August and June Dust Jacket is very worn with edge tears, scuff marks, chips and tears to edges, the front cover is slightly warped, the book is clean and unmarked.
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It is not intended to be an exhaustive listing of all recipients. About UK, Citations of the Distinguished Conduct Medal, This database goes a step beyond medal rolls by providing researches access to more t citations for recipients awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal, Great Britain’s second highest military honor for noncommissioned officers and enlisted personnel, in the years.
The Distinguished Conduct Medal was instituted by Royal Warrant on 4 Decemberduring the Crimean War, as an award to Warrant Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers and men of the British Army for "distinguished, gallant and good conduct in the Country: United Kingdom.
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The Distinguished Conduct Medal (or DCM) was a medal awarded for exceptional bravery. It was awarded to the Other Ranks (N.C.O.’s and. Distinguished Conduct Medal (DCM) Awarded for gallantry in the field, a distinguished award for bravery for NCOs and soldiers of the British Army, second only to the Victoria Cross for other ranks.
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n August and June. Léo Major DCM & Bar (Janu – Octo ) was a French Canadian soldier who was the only Canadian and one of only three soldiers in the British Commonwealth to ever receive the Distinguished Conduct Medal (DCM) twice in separate wars. Major earned his first DCM in World War II in when he single-handedly Born: JanuNew Bedford, Massachusetts, U.S.
Since this thread began (the last post before yours was in ) the Citations for the Distinguished Conduct Medal have been made available online on Ancestry. You could also search the London Gazette (for free) to see if you can find him. I've done a quick search for you and can't find your great uncle listed on the Ancestry database.Lieutenant Alec George Horwood, VC, DCM (6 January – 20 January ) was a British Army officer and a recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces.