2 edition of Recipients of bars to the Military Cross, 1916-1920 found in the catalog.
Recipients of bars to the Military Cross, 1916-1920
Jack V. Webb
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New Zealand military recipients of the MM in the Second World War. For a list of New Zealand military recipients of the MM in the Second World War, see James Sutherland, Gallantry Awards to New Zealanders in World War Two, pp and (Published in ). Lieutenant Frederick John Gordon Whittall MC Frederick Whittall took command of the 17th Battalion on 9th July at Trones Wood. He was gazetted for a Military Cross on 26/9/16 for the action. His citation reads "For conspicuous gallantry in action. He led his company with great dash, and for 24 hours, under heavy shell.
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Description. Title: Recipients of Bars to the Military Cross – Author: Webb, J V Condition: Near Mint Edition: 1st Edition Publication Date: ISBN: Cover: Hard Cover without Dust Jacket – pages Comments: This is the most comprehensive listing of the recipients of Bars to the Military Cross from to Includes Australian recipients.
Recipients of Bars to the Military Cross to which is added M.C.s to Warrant Officers, Books French medaille militaire naval recipients [a roll of recipients with Gazette and other awards noted].
In August Bars were awarded to the MC in recognition of the performance of further acts of gallantry meriting the award and recipients of a bar continue to use post nominal letters MC. The Military Cross (M.C.) is the British Army equivalent of the Distinguished Service Cross (D.S.C.) and Distinguished Flying Cross (D.F.C.).
Wikimedia Commons has media related to Recipients of the Military Cross.: This is a category listing, which serves as an index of existing Wikipedia articles about recipients of the Military Cross.
It is not intended to be an exhaustive listing of all recipients. There was also a provision for the award of a bar for each further act of bravery. All Great War MCs are issued unnamed. All issued MCs have a notification in the London Gazette. It is possible to find a citation for the Military Cross in the Gazettes.
The majority of awards for the Great War are accompanied by. World War 1 recipients of the Military Cross The Roll of Honour and Roll of Service of the Channel Island Great War Study Group list a significant number either born in Jersey or with island connections who were awarded the Military Cross, but details of the act of bravery are given for only a few of them.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. On performing a second or subsequent action, the recipient will be awarded a bar to the Military Cross to be worn on the ribbon.
On each arm of the silver-coloured Military Cross is an Imperial Crown and in the centre of the award is the ‘Imperial’ and ‘Royal Cypher’ of the reigning sovereign, GV, GVI or EIIR. The reverse of the award is plain with the year of the award engraved on the lower arm.
The white. Recipients are entitled to the postnominal letters MC. 46 mm max height, 44 mm max width. Ornamental silver cross with straight arms terminating in broad finials, suspended from plain suspension bar. Obverse decorated with imperial crowns, with the Royal Cypher in centre.
Military Cross: Instituted in December and originally intended for lower ranking Army officers (Captain or less) and Warrant Officers for ‘distinguished and meritorious services’.
The award carries the post-nominal initials MC. In the award was extended to similar ranks of the Navy and Air Force but only for World War 1. Military Cross (MC) Coronavirus WW1 recipients. Cpt Wallington was the first of four men in to be awarded the MC and 3 bars, first gazetted on 26 January ‘For conspicuous gallantry in action.
He displayed great courage and skill during wire-cutting operations in preparation for the attack. The Military Cross (MC) is the third-level (second-level pre) military decoration awarded to officers and (since ) other ranks of the British Armed Forces, and formerly awarded to officers of other Commonwealth countries.
The MC is granted in recognition of "an act or acts of exemplary gallantry during active operations against the enemy on land" to all members of the British Armed. Recipients of Bars to the Military Cross – $ Recipients of Bars to the Military Cross - quantity.
Add to cart. Details. Out of stock Recipients of the Distinguished Conduct Medal – (1st Edition) $ Details. A list of Victoria Cross recipients announced in The Gazette during and after the Second World War. Books. Visit the National Archives’ bookshop for a range of available publications about British military gallantry medals.
All of the publications below are available in The National Archives’ Library for consultation at our building in Kew. The Military Cross The demands of the First World War made it necessary to introduce this gallantry award for junior officers and warrant officers of the Army.
The Military Cross was instituted in December - it is issued unnamed and since the year of award has been engraved on the lower limb. Bars are issued for further awards. Recipients of the Military Medal are entitled to use the post-nominal letters "MM". In the Military Medal was discontinued.
Since then the Military Cross has been awarded to personnel of all ranks. A circular silver medal of 36 mm diameter. The obverse bears the effigy of the reigning monarch. Also available was an additional award of a Bar to the Military Cross to recognise further acts of gallantry. Such silver bars were worn above the ribbon.
Until the institution of the Distinguished Flying Cross (DFC) in June many officers of comparable rank within the air service were similarly awarded the Military Cross in recognition of.
The Memorial’s Honours and Awards database was created for the purpose of helping the Australian public research and find information regarding military honours and awards recipients.
It consolidated information indexed from the Commonwealth and London Gazettes as well as official and public records held at the Australian War Memorial. The Military Cross (MC) is the third-level military award given to officers and (since ) other ranks of the British Armed usly it was also awarded to officers of other Commonwealth countries.
The MC is granted in recognition of "an act or acts of exemplary gallantry during active operations against the enemy on land to all members, of any rank in Our Armed Forces".
The Distinguished Service Order (DSO) is a military decoration of the United Kingdom, and formerly of other parts of the Commonwealth, awarded for meritorious or distinguished service by officers of the armed forces during wartime, typically in actual all ranks have been eligible. THE COMPLETE MILITARY MEDAL ROLL (In Three Volumes) £ £ Lists the British Army, Navy personnel, RFC and RAF and Imperial troop recipients of the Military Medal (,) and second (5,), third () and fourth (1) award bars in the Great War.The Military Cross (MC) was instituted on 31 December It is awarded to junior officers and senior non commissioned officers of the Army for courage and devotion to duty on active service.
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