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Category Archives: Military Memorabilia
Searching for the family of G. WHEELER – British Army number M2-182031 – Army Service Corps during First World War
Tweet I am searching for the family of Private G.WHEELER who served with the British Army during the Great War. At this time, I do not have any personal details about G. WHEELER other than he was a Private in … Continue reading
One Chance in a Million – missing British War Medal of Charles Gilbert SMITH found on Ebay in time for Centenary of First World War – Victory Medal still missing.
Tweet Have you ever tried to locate a person when their surname is SMITH? Then try to locate a missing First World War medal for what is arguably the most common surname in the western world. Medals Gone Missing will … Continue reading
South African First World War Medal turns up in Australia – Missing Victory Medal of Corporal John Frederick JEFFERYS – Miscellaneous Trades Company to be returned for Centenary of 1914-1918 War
Tweet Cathy Worthington of Australia has located a South African version of the First World War Victory Medal in her family heirlooms. The problem is, the war service medal does not relate to her ancestry. And this kind hearted person … Continue reading
Are you related to Private J. PARR – South Lancashire Regiment? Missing British War Medal found at garbage disposal.
Tweet Are you a relative or descendant of Private J. PARR who served in the South Lancashire Regiment during the Great War? A missing First World War medal (British War Medal) awarded to Private J. PARR, service number 265565 who … Continue reading
U.S. B-24 Liberator crash site “Pride Of The Cornhuskers” located – Tragic reminders of the tragic incident which shattered Kokoda veterans of the 2/33rd Infantry Battalion AIF at 7 Mile Strip (Jackson’s Airport) in New Guinea
Tweet On the 7th September, 1943 a tragic aircraft accident occurred. A fully laden B-24 Liberator bomber operated by the USAAF (United States Army Air Force) 43rd Bombardment Group crashed during take off. Operating from “Jackson’s” or 7 Mile Strip … Continue reading