British Campaign Medals of the First World War Author Peter Duckers

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Britain has issued medals rewarding war service since at least the early nineteenth century, and increasingly through the period of its imperial expansion, but examples of many of the early types are now scarce.

With a growing interest in British military history and family histories, increasing numbers of people wish to trace their ancestors past, and their links to the Great War through their medals. This book looks in detail at the origin, types and varieties of the British medals awarded for general war service between 1914 and 1918, and gives advice on researching the awards and their recipients.

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56 Pages

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