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Tweet Medals Gone Missing needs your help. If you are a member of the Holden family? or know somebody who is …. please contact us. Whilst cleaning out some old boxes in January 2018, a couple from New South Wales … Continue reading
Tweet Richard Henry BROMLEY served in the Australian Army during World War Two, defending the far north city of Darwin from Japanese air attack as a member of the Darwin Coast Artillery. Which leads us to ask the question ….. … Continue reading
Are you related to Allen George HUNTLEY – V514747 – 57/60 Australian Infantry Battalion – Pattern 37 Army Belt
Tweet Are you related to Allen George HUNTLEY who served in the Australian Army during World War Two? A Second World War belt (Pattern 37 waist belt) issued to Private Allen George HUNTLEY (Service Number V514747) turned up on eBay … Continue reading
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