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The Resource Victoria Cross heroes of World War One : 628 extraordinary stories of valour, Robert Hamilton ; photographs, Associated Newspapers ; research, Alan Pinnock and Ray Archer

Victoria Cross heroes of World War One : 628 extraordinary stories of valour, Robert Hamilton ; photographs, Associated Newspapers ; research, Alan Pinnock and Ray Archer

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Victoria Cross heroes of World War One : 628 extraordinary stories of valour
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Victoria Cross heroes of World War One
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628 extraordinary stories of valour
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Robert Hamilton ; photographs, Associated Newspapers ; research, Alan Pinnock and Ray Archer
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British & Irish history. Detailed accounts of extraordinary feats of bravery included in a full account of all the theatres of war. To add context to the recipients deeds maps show locations of the heroic actions and contemporaneous facsimiles showing how news was reported at the time. The narrative also gives detailed accounts of the lives led by the survivors after the war
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Victoria Cross heroes of World War One : 628 extraordinary stories of valour, Robert Hamilton ; photographs, Associated Newspapers ; research, Alan Pinnock and Ray Archer
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Contents
  • George Harry Wyatt
  • Francis Alexander Scrimger
  • Edward Warner
  • Mir Dast
  • Edward Donald Bellew
  • William Barnard Rhodes-Moorhouse
  • David Finlay
  • John Ripley
  • Issy Smith
  • James Upton
  • Charles Richard Sharpe
  • Charles Allix Lavington Yate
  • John Lynn
  • The Trojan Horse VCs
  • Edward Unwin
  • George Leslie Drewry
  • George McKenzie Samson
  • Wilfred St Aubyn Malleson
  • Arthur Walderne St Clair Tisdall
  • William Charles Williams
  • Charles Hotham Montagu Doughty-Wylie
  • Garth Neville Walford
  • Job Henry Charles Drain
  • Walter Richard Parker
  • William Cosgrove
  • Edward Courtney Boyle
  • Douglas Walter Belcher
  • Frederick Barter
  • Joseph Harcourt Tombs
  • John George Smyth
  • The first Australian VC
  • Albert Jacka
  • Martin Eric Nasmith
  • Frederick William Holmes
  • The "Convict VC"
  • William Mariner
  • Leonard James Keyworth
  • Frederick William Campbell
  • George Raymond Dallas Moor
  • The man who tamed Germany's terror weapon
  • Reginald Alexander John Warneford
  • Philip Eric Bent (see also 1917 p249)
  • Stewart Walter Loudoun-Shand (see also 1916 p143)
  • "Death? It doesn't much matter if it comes sooner or later"
  • Frederick Luke
  • William Angus
  • Herbert James
  • (see also Chamberlain hails second city VCs p104)
  • James Sorners
  • Frederick Daniel Parslow
  • Gerald Robert O'Sullivan
  • Lanoe George Hawker
  • Sidney Clayton Woodroffe
  • John Aidan Liddell
  • George Arthur Boyd-Rochfort
  • Douglas Reynolds
  • Cyril Royston Guyton Bassett
  • Leonard Maurice Keysor
  • William Thomas Forshaw
  • Percy Howard Hansen
  • Alfred John Shout
  • William John Symons
  • Frederick Harold Tubb
  • Alexander Stewart Burton
  • William Dunstan
  • John Patrick Hamilton
  • Edward Kinder Bradbury
  • The pariah VC
  • Hugo Vivian Hope Throssell
  • David Ross Lauder (see also For most conspicuous bravery and self sacrifice p118)
  • Frederick William Owen Potts
  • Charles Hull
  • Arthur Forbes Gordon Kilby
  • Anketell Moutray Read
  • Wilbur Taylor Dartnell (see also Valour in the African theatre p37)
  • George Allan Maling
  • Frederick Henry Johnson
  • George Thomas Dorrell
  • Harry Wells
  • Henry Edward Kenny
  • George Stanley Peachment (see also Laying down one's life for another p188)
  • Kulbir Thapa (see also First Indian VCs p32)
  • "The Piper of Loos"
  • Daniel Logan Laidlaw
  • Chamberlain hails second city VCs
  • Arthur Vickers
  • Herbert James (see also 1915 p88)
  • Thomas Turrall (see also 1916 p147)
  • David Nelson
  • Angus Falconer Douglas-Hamilton
  • Rupert Price Hallowes
  • Arthur Frederick Saunders
  • Robert Anderson Dunsire
  • Alfred Alexander Burt
  • James Dalgleish Pollock
  • Alexander Buller Turner
  • Edgar Christopher Cookson (see also Heroic failure in Mesopotamia p132)
  • Arthur James Terence Fleming-Sandes
  • Samuel Harvey
  • William Henry Johnston
  • Oliver Brooks
  • John Crawshaw Raynes
  • James Lennox Dawson
  • Harry Christian
  • Thomas Kenny
  • Charles Geoffrey Vickers
  • Gilbert Stuart Martin Insall
  • John Caffrey
  • Richard Bell-Davies
  • Samuel Meekosha
  • 1914
  • George Wilson
  • William Young
  • Alfred George Drake (see also Laying down one's life for another p188)
  • "For most conspicuous bravery and self-sacrifice"
  • William Boynton Butler (see also 1917 p233)
  • David Ross Lauder (see also 1915 p98)
  • Alfred Victor Smith
  • George Edward Cates (see also 1917 p194)
  • 1916
  • Chatta Singh (see also First Indian VCs p32)
  • John Alexander Sinton
  • William Charles Fuller
  • Lala
  • Eric Archibald McNair
  • William Reginald Cotter
  • George Stringer
  • Sidney William Ware
  • James Henry Fynn
  • William Robert Fountaine Addison (see also Heroes with conscience p356)
  • Edward Noel Mellish (see also Heroes with conscience p356)
  • Angus Buchanan (see also Clearwell man helps break German resistance p366)
  • Edgar Kinghorn Myles
  • Cameron Highlander's three-day ordeal
  • Shahamad Khan
  • Edward Baxter
  • Heroic failure in Mesopotamia
  • Humphrey Osbaldston Brooke Firman
  • Charles Henry Cowley
  • Edgar Christopher Cookson (see also 1915 p109)
  • Richard Basil Brandram Jones
  • Francis John William Harvey
  • Edward Barry Stewart Bingham
  • Loftus William Jones
  • Ross Tollerton
  • 16-year-old hero of Jutland wins Victoria Cross John ̀Jack' Travers Cornwell
  • George William Chafer
  • Arthur Herbert Procter
  • John MacLaren Erskine
  • Arthur Hugh Henry Batten-Pooll
  • John William Alexander Jackson
  • Nelson Victor Carter
  • A sapper's sacrifice
  • William Hackett
  • James Hutchinson
  • Ernest George Horlock
  • William Frederick McFadzean
  • John Leslie Green
  • Stewart Walter Loudoun-Shand (see also The man who tamed Germany's terror weapon p84)
  • Lionel Wilmot Brabazon Rees
  • Eric Norman Frankland Bell
  • Geoffrey St George Shillington Cather
  • James Youll Turnbull
  • George Sanders
  • Robert Quigg
  • Thomas Turrall (see also Chamberlain hails second city VCs p105)
  • Harry Sherwood Ranken
  • Thomas Orde Lauder Wilkinson
  • VC instead of reprimand for Drummer Ritchie
  • Walter Potter Ritchie
  • The scars of battle
  • Adrian Carton de Wiart
  • Frederick McNess (see also 1916 p 168)
  • William Ewart Boulter
  • William Frederick Faulds
  • Footballer killed month after wedding
  • Donald Simpson Bell
  • Frederick William Dobson
  • William (Billy) La Touche Congreve
  • Joseph John Davies
  • Albert Hill
  • Arthur Seaforth Blackburn
  • Theodore William Henry Veale
  • John Leak
  • Albert Gill
  • Claude Charles Castleton
  • Last man standing
  • Thomas Cooke
  • William Kenny (see also A Bandsman's bravery p39)
  • Joseph Kaeble (see also 1918 p311)
  • George Evans
  • William Henry Short
  • Gabriel George Coury
  • Getting the message through
  • James Miller
  • Noel Godfrey Chavasse (see also The Great War's double VC winner p234)
  • Martin O'Meara
  • William Barnsley Allen
  • William Anderson Bloomfield (see also Valour in the African theatre p36)
  • Henry May
  • The man who tamed the Zeppelin threat
  • William Leefe Robinson
  • John Vincent Holland
  • David Jones
  • Thomas Hughes
  • Lionel Clarke (see also The men of Valour Road p60)
  • John Vaughan Campbell
  • Donald Forrester Brown
  • Frederick McNess (see The scars of battle p150)
  • John Chipman Kerr
  • James Anson Otho Brooke
  • Thomas Alfred Jones
  • Tom Edwin Adlam
  • Diehards of the Somme
  • Frederick Jeremiah Edwards
  • Robert Edward Ryder
  • Archie Cecil Thomas White
  • The remarkable Bradford brothers
  • Roland Boys Bradford
  • George Nicholson Bradford (see also Eight VCs for daring Zeebrugge raiders p301)
  • Henry Kelly
  • Maurice James Dease
  • James Leach
  • The inspirational piper
  • James Cleland Richardson
  • Hubert William Lewis
  • Robert Downie
  • Eugene Paul Bennett
  • The Kiwi Salamander
  • Bernard Cyril Freyberg
  • John Cunningham (Private)
  • 1917
  • Laying down one's life for another
  • John Hogan
  • Thomas Mottershead
  • Alfred George Drake (see also 1915 p117)
  • George Stanley Peachment (see also 1915 p101)
  • Edward Elers Delaval Henderson
  • Robert Edwin Phillips
  • Frederick Charles Booth (see also Valour in the African theatre p37)
  • Edward John Mott
  • Harry William Murray
  • Frederick William Palmer
  • Thomas Steele
  • The first double VC winner
  • The ship that invited torpedo strike
  • Gordon Campbell
  • William Williams (see also 1917 p221) --
  • Arthur Martin-Leake
  • First Indian VCs
  • Khudadad Khan
  • Darwan Singh Negi
  • Chatta Singh (see also 1916 p124)
  • Kulbir Thapa (see also 1915 p101)
  • John Franks Vallentin
  • Sidney Frank Godley
  • Walter Lorrain Brodie
  • John Henry Stephen Dimmer
  • Drummer Joe rides his luck
  • Spencer John Bent (see also A Bandsman's bravery p39)
  • Valour in the African theatre
  • John Fitzhardinge Paul Butler
  • Henry Peel Ritchie
  • William Anderson Bloomfield (see also 1916 p163)
  • Frederick Charles Booth (see also 1917 p189)
  • Wilbur Taylor Dartnell (see also 1915 p99)
  • Charles Ernest Garforth
  • A Bandsman's bravery
  • Thomas Edward Rendle
  • Spencer John Bent (see also 1914 p34)
  • William Kenny (see also p1914 p28)
  • Frank Alexander de Pass
  • Norman Douglas Holbrook
  • William Arthur McCrae Bruce
  • Henry Howey Robson
  • War hero and Olympian
  • Philip Neame
  • Charles Alfred Jarvis
  • James MacKenzie
  • Abraham Acton
  • James Alexander Smith
  • 1915
  • Eric Gascoigne Robinson
  • Eustace Jotham
  • Michael John O'Leary
  • Gabar Singh Negi
  • William Buckingham
  • Charles Calveley Foss
  • Theodore Wright
  • Cyril Gordon Martin
  • Wilfred Dolby Fuller
  • Harry Daniels
  • William Anderson
  • Cecil Reginald Noble
  • Edward Barber
  • Jacob Rivers
  • Robert Morrow
  • Courageous cavalrymen
  • George Godfrey Massy Wheeler
  • Ernest Wright Alexander
  • Gordon Muriel Flowerdew (see also 1918 p292)
  • Richard Annesley West (see also 1918 p323)
  • Badlu Singh (see also 1918 p345)
  • Benjamin Handley Geary
  • George Rowland Patrick Roupell
  • Geoffrey Harold Woolley
  • Frederick Fisher
  • Fulham's "Little Corporal"
  • Edward Dwyer
  • The men of Valour Road
  • Francis Octavius Grenfell
  • Frederick William Hall
  • Lionel Clarke (see also 1916 p167)
  • Robert Shankland (see also 1917 p256)
  • "Six VCs before breakfast"
  • Cuthbert Bromley
  • William Keneally
  • Alfred Joseph Richards
  • Frank Edward Stubbs
  • John Elisha Grimshaw
  • Richard Raymond Willis
  • Percy Cherry
  • Hardy Falconer Parsons
  • Montague Shadworth Seymour Moore
  • Robert Hill Hanna
  • John Carmichael
  • The mopping-up expert
  • Filip Konowal
  • Sidney James Day
  • John Moyney
  • Thomas Woodcock
  • Reginald Roy In wood
  • Frederick Maurice Watson Harvey
  • Henry Reynolds
  • Frederick Birks
  • Hugh Colvin
  • William Francis Burman
  • Alfred Joseph Knight
  • John James Dwyer
  • William Henry Hewitt
  • Walter Peeler
  • Ernest Albert Egerton
  • John Brown Hamilton
  • Francis Hubert (Frank) McNamara
  • Patrick Bugden
  • Philip Eric Bent (see also The man who tamed Germany's terror weapon p84)
  • Lewis Pugh Evans
  • Tank Corps gallantry
  • Clement Robertson
  • Richard William Leslie Wain (see also 1917 p 264)
  • Charles Harry Coverdale
  • Lewis McGee
  • Thomas Henry Sage
  • James Ockendon
  • Stretcher-bearer of the "Shiny Seventh"
  • Fred Greaves
  • Arthur Hutt
  • Joseph Lister
  • John Molyneux
  • William Clamp
  • John Harold Rhodes
  • Frederick George Dancox
  • Clarence Smith Jeffries
  • Robert Shankland (see also The men of Valour Road p61)
  • Albert Halton
  • Christopher Augustus Cox
  • Christopher Patrick John O'Kelly
  • Thomas William Holmes
  • Alexander Malins Lafone
  • Hugh McDonald McKenzie
  • George Mullin
  • Cecil John Kinross
  • George Randolph Pearkes
  • John Fox Russell
  • John Collins
  • James Peter Robertson
  • Joergen Christian Jensen
  • Colin Fraser Barron
  • Arthur Drummond Borton
  • John Carless
  • Richard William Leslie Wain (see also Tank Corps gallantry p251)
  • John Sherwood-Kelly
  • Harcus Strachan
  • Robert McBeath
  • Charles Edward Spackman
  • Albert Edward Shepherd
  • George William Burdett Clare
  • Frederick William Lumsden
  • Neville Bowes Elliott-Cooper
  • John McAulay
  • Robert Gee
  • Walter Napleton Stone
  • Samuel Thomas Dickson Wallace
  • Cyril Gourley
  • Allastair Malcolm Cluny McReady-Diarmid
  • John Thomas
  • George Henry Tatham Paton
  • Stanley Henry Parry Boughey
  • William Gosling
  • Gobind Singh
  • Henry James Nicholas
  • James Samuel Emerson
  • Charles William Train
  • Once more unto the breach
  • Arthur Moore Lascelles
  • Walter Mills
  • John Alexander Christie
  • James Duffy
  • 1918
  • James Ernest Newland
  • Geoffrey Saxton White
  • Charles Graham Robertson
  • Harold Edward Whitfield
  • Manley Angell James
  • "Here we fight and here we die"
  • Wilfrith Elstob
  • Allan Ebenezer Ker
  • John Crawford Buchan
  • Edmund de Wind
  • John William Sayer
  • John Woods Whittle
  • Ernest Frederick Beal
  • Charles Edwin Stone
  • Reginald Frederick Johnson Hayward
  • Frank Crowther Roberts
  • Cecil Leonard Knox
  • Harold Jackson
  • Herbert George Columbine
  • John Stanhope Collings-Wells
  • Christopher Bushell
  • Julian Royds Gribble
  • Contents note continued:
  • Thain Wendell MacDowell
  • Alfred Cecil Herring
  • William Herbert Anderson
  • John Thomas Davies
  • Alfred Maurice Toye
  • Arthur Henry Cross
  • Basil Arthur Horsfall
  • Oliver Cyril Spencer Watson
  • Thomas Young
  • Albert Mountain
  • Alan Arnett McLeod
  • Ellis Wellwood Sifton
  • Bernard Matthew Cassidy
  • Gordon Muriel Flowerdew (see also Courageous Cavalrymen p54)
  • Stanley Robert McDougall
  • Theodore Bayley Hardy (see also Heroes with conscience p 357)
  • James Thomas Byford McCudden (see also 1918 p314)
  • Alan Jerrard
  • John Schofield
  • Percy Valentine Storkey
  • Richard George Masters
  • Karanbahadur Rana
  • William Johnstone Milne
  • Joseph Henry Collin
  • Eric Stuart Dougall
  • Thomas Tannatt Pryce
  • Arthur Poulter
  • Jack Thomas Counter
  • James Forbes-Robertson
  • Joseph Edward Woodall
  • Eight VCs for daring Zeebrugge raiders
  • Edward Bamford
  • Arthur Leyland Harrison
  • Harry Cator
  • George Nicholson Bradford (see also The Remarkable Bradford brothers p176)
  • Alfred Francis Blakeney Carpenter
  • Richard Douglas Sandford
  • Percy Thompson Dean
  • Albert Edward McKenzie
  • Norman Augustus Finch
  • John James Crowe
  • Victor Alexander Crutchley
  • Clifford William King Sadlier
  • George Burdon McKean
  • Thomas Bryan
  • James Hewitson
  • George William St George Grogan
  • Robert Edward Cruickshank
  • Joel Halliwell
  • Rowland Richard Louis Bourke
  • William Gregg
  • William Beesley
  • Geoffrey Heneage Drummond
  • William Ruthven
  • Thomas Leslie Axford
  • Thomas James Bede Kenny
  • Phillip Davey
  • Joseph Kaeble (see also Last man standing p159)
  • Inspiring gallantry on the Italian front
  • Charles Edward Hudson
  • John Scott Youll (see also Stockport, steam trains and the Northumberland Fusiliers p374)
  • Fighter ace suffers fate he most feared
  • Edward Corringham ̀Mick' Mannock
  • James McCudden (see also 1918 p294)
  • Henry Dalziel
  • Walter Ernest Brown
  • Horace Waller
  • Albert Chalmers Borella
  • John Meikle
  • Richard Charles Travis
  • Alfred Edward Gaby
  • Harold Auten
  • Herman James Good
  • Harry Garnet Bedford Miner
  • John Bernard Croak
  • Jean Baptiste Arthur Brillant
  • James Edward Tait
  • Donald Mackintosh
  • Thomas James Harris
  • Andrew Frederick Weatherby Beauchamp-Proctor
  • Raphael Louis Zengel
  • Frederick George Coppins
  • Alexander Picton Brereton
  • Robert Matthew Beatham
  • The pilot who filed report before having leg amputated
  • Ferdinand Maurice Felix West
  • Thomas Fasti Dinesen
  • Robert Spall
  • Harold Sandford Mugford
  • Percy Clyde Statton
  • Edward Benn Smith
  • Richard Annesley West (see also Courageous Cavalrymen p55)
  • George Onions
  • William Donovan Joynt
  • Hugh McIver
  • Daniel Marcus William Beak
  • Harold John Colley
  • Reginald Stanley Judson
  • William Hew Clark-Kennedy
  • John George Pattison
  • Lawrence Dominic McCarthy
  • Samuel Forsyth
  • David Lowe MacIntyre
  • The master bluffer
  • Charles Smith Rutherford
  • Bernard Sidney Gordon
  • Henry Weale
  • Cecil Harold Sewell
  • Edgar Thomas Towner
  • James Palmer Huffam
  • Ronald Neil Stuart (see also 1917 p221)
  • Yorkshireman shines as Arras offensive misfires
  • Jack Harvey
  • George Cartwright
  • John Gildroy Grant
  • William Matthew Currey
  • Albert David Lowerson
  • Robert Mactier
  • Arthur Charles Hall
  • Alexander Henry Buckley
  • Claude Joseph Patrick Nunney
  • Bellenden Seymour Hutcheson
  • John William Ormsby
  • George Prowse
  • Cyrus Wesley Peck
  • Arthur George Knight
  • Crown servant and IRA activist
  • Martin Doyle
  • William Henry Metcalf
  • Arthur Evans
  • Lawrence Carthage Weathers
  • Walter Leigh Rayfield
  • John Francis Young
  • John Cunningham (Corporal)
  • John McNamara
  • Samuel Needham
  • Laurence Calvert
  • Henry John Laurent
  • Alfred Wilcox
  • Frank Edward Young
  • Daniel Burges
  • David Ferguson Hunter
  • Allan Leonard Lewis
  • William Allison White
  • Charles Pope
  • Maurice Vincent Buckley
  • William Herbert Waring
  • James Park Woods
  • John Cridlan Barrett
  • Badlu Singh (see also Courageous cavalrymen p 55)
  • Donald John Dean
  • Thomas Neely
  • Thomas Norman Jackson
  • John Standish Surtees Prendergast Vereker, Viscount Gort
  • Cyril Hubert Frisby
  • Ernest Sykes
  • Samuel Lewis Honey
  • Milton Fowler Gregg
  • Graham Thomson Lyall
  • Henry Tandey
  • George Fraser Kerr
  • Blair Anderson Wark
  • Bernard William Vann
  • Ernest Seaman
  • Louis McGuffie
  • John MacGregor
  • Charles Melvin
  • James Crichton
  • Edward John Francis Ryan
  • William Merrifield
  • Frederick Charles Riggs
  • Robert Vaughan Gorle
  • William Henry Johnson
  • Joseph Maxwell
  • Coulson Norman Mitchell
  • James Towers
  • Heroes with conscience --
  • Arthur Henderson
  • John Reginald Noble Graham
  • Edward Foster
  • David Philip Hirsch
  • George Campbell Wheeler
  • Edward Brooks
  • Alfred Oliver Pollard
  • Reginald Leonard Haine
  • England's "best aviator" killed
  • Albert Ball
  • James Welch
  • Robert Grierson Combe
  • John Harrison
  • "A soldier, a sailor and a gentleman"
  • William Edward Sanders
  • George Edward Cates (see also "For most conspicuous bravery and self-sacrifice" p119)
  • George Jarratt
  • George Julian Howell
  • Tom Dresser
  • Joseph Watt
  • Albert White
  • Michael Wilson Heaviside
  • Rupert TheoVance ̀Mick' Moon
  • John Manson Craig
  • Thomas Harold Broadbent Maufe
  • Robert Cuthbert Grieve
  • John Readitt
  • Ronald Neil Stuart (see also The ship that invited torpedo strike p 193)
  • William Williams (see also The ship that invited torpedo strike p 193)
  • British Empire's top ace
  • William Avery Bishop
  • Samuel Frickleton
  • John Carroll
  • Frank Bernard Wearne
  • John Spencer Dunville
  • Frederick Youens
  • Thomas Barratt
  • Jack White
  • Bertram Best-Dunkley
  • Clifford Coffin
  • Thomas Riversdale Colyer-Fergusson
  • Denis George Wyldbore Hewitt
  • William Ratcliffe
  • Robert Bye
  • Alexander Edwards
  • Ivor Rees
  • Tom Fletcher Mayson
  • Leslie Wilton Andrew
  • Oswald Austin Reid
  • James Llewellyn Davies
  • George Imlach McIntosh
  • Thomas Whitham
  • Harold Ackroyd
  • William Boynton Butler (see also For most conspicuous bravery and self-sacrifice p118)
  • The Great War's double VC winner
  • Noel Godfrey Chavasse (see also 1916 p162)
  • Charles George Bonner
  • Thomas Crisp
  • Ernest Pitcher
  • Archibald Bisset Smith
  • Arnold Loosemore
  • Michael James O'Rourke
  • William Henry Grimbaldeston
  • Edward Cooper
  • Frederick George Room
  • Wilfred Edwards
  • Harry Brown
  • Okill Massey Learmonth
  • John Kendrick Skinner
  • Frederick Hobson
  • Frank Lester
  • James Bulmer Johnson
  • Ebbw Vale man receives medal quartet
  • John Henry Williams
  • Harry Blanshard Wood
  • Martin Joseph Moffat
  • Roland Edward Elcock
  • "Death or glory" for Scottish sapper
  • James McPhie
  • Thomas Ricketts
  • Contents note continued:
  • Horace Augustus Curtis
  • John Brunton Daykins
  • Alfred Robert Wilkinson
  • John O'Neill
  • William McNally
  • David Stuart McGregor
  • Clearwell man helps break German resistance
  • Francis George Miles
  • Angus Buchanan (see also 1916 p130)
  • Harry Greenwood
  • William Harold Coltman
  • William Davidson Bissett
  • Hugh Cairns
  • Frederick William Hedges
  • Norman Harvey
  • Thomas Caldwell
  • James Clarke
  • Canada's most decorated combatant
  • William George Barker
  • Stockport, steam trains and the Northumberland Fusiliers
  • Wilfred Wood
  • Edward Noel Mellish (see also 1916 p128)
  • John Scott Youll (see also Inspiring gallantry on the Italian front p312)
  • Dudley Graham Johnson
  • Arnold Horace Santo Waters
  • James Neville Marshall
  • James Kirk
  • William Amey
  • Adam Archibald
  • George de Cardonnel Elmsall Findlay
  • Brett Mackay Cloutman
  • William Robert Fountaine Addison (see also 1916 p 127)
  • Theodore Bayley Hardy (see also 1918 p293)
  • George Morby Ingram
  • William Edgar Holmes
  • Wallace Lloyd Algie
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ocn936110594
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30 cm
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382 pages
Isbn
9781909242425
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illustrations, facsimiles, maps, portraits
System control number
(OCoLC)936110594
Label
Victoria Cross heroes of World War One : 628 extraordinary stories of valour, Robert Hamilton ; photographs, Associated Newspapers ; research, Alan Pinnock and Ray Archer
Publication
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Includes index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
  • text
  • still image
Content type code
  • txt
  • sti
Content type MARC source
  • rdacontent
  • rdacontent
Contents
  • George Harry Wyatt
  • Francis Alexander Scrimger
  • Edward Warner
  • Mir Dast
  • Edward Donald Bellew
  • William Barnard Rhodes-Moorhouse
  • David Finlay
  • John Ripley
  • Issy Smith
  • James Upton
  • Charles Richard Sharpe
  • Charles Allix Lavington Yate
  • John Lynn
  • The Trojan Horse VCs
  • Edward Unwin
  • George Leslie Drewry
  • George McKenzie Samson
  • Wilfred St Aubyn Malleson
  • Arthur Walderne St Clair Tisdall
  • William Charles Williams
  • Charles Hotham Montagu Doughty-Wylie
  • Garth Neville Walford
  • Job Henry Charles Drain
  • Walter Richard Parker
  • William Cosgrove
  • Edward Courtney Boyle
  • Douglas Walter Belcher
  • Frederick Barter
  • Joseph Harcourt Tombs
  • John George Smyth
  • The first Australian VC
  • Albert Jacka
  • Martin Eric Nasmith
  • Frederick William Holmes
  • The "Convict VC"
  • William Mariner
  • Leonard James Keyworth
  • Frederick William Campbell
  • George Raymond Dallas Moor
  • The man who tamed Germany's terror weapon
  • Reginald Alexander John Warneford
  • Philip Eric Bent (see also 1917 p249)
  • Stewart Walter Loudoun-Shand (see also 1916 p143)
  • "Death? It doesn't much matter if it comes sooner or later"
  • Frederick Luke
  • William Angus
  • Herbert James
  • (see also Chamberlain hails second city VCs p104)
  • James Sorners
  • Frederick Daniel Parslow
  • Gerald Robert O'Sullivan
  • Lanoe George Hawker
  • Sidney Clayton Woodroffe
  • John Aidan Liddell
  • George Arthur Boyd-Rochfort
  • Douglas Reynolds
  • Cyril Royston Guyton Bassett
  • Leonard Maurice Keysor
  • William Thomas Forshaw
  • Percy Howard Hansen
  • Alfred John Shout
  • William John Symons
  • Frederick Harold Tubb
  • Alexander Stewart Burton
  • William Dunstan
  • John Patrick Hamilton
  • Edward Kinder Bradbury
  • The pariah VC
  • Hugo Vivian Hope Throssell
  • David Ross Lauder (see also For most conspicuous bravery and self sacrifice p118)
  • Frederick William Owen Potts
  • Charles Hull
  • Arthur Forbes Gordon Kilby
  • Anketell Moutray Read
  • Wilbur Taylor Dartnell (see also Valour in the African theatre p37)
  • George Allan Maling
  • Frederick Henry Johnson
  • George Thomas Dorrell
  • Harry Wells
  • Henry Edward Kenny
  • George Stanley Peachment (see also Laying down one's life for another p188)
  • Kulbir Thapa (see also First Indian VCs p32)
  • "The Piper of Loos"
  • Daniel Logan Laidlaw
  • Chamberlain hails second city VCs
  • Arthur Vickers
  • Herbert James (see also 1915 p88)
  • Thomas Turrall (see also 1916 p147)
  • David Nelson
  • Angus Falconer Douglas-Hamilton
  • Rupert Price Hallowes
  • Arthur Frederick Saunders
  • Robert Anderson Dunsire
  • Alfred Alexander Burt
  • James Dalgleish Pollock
  • Alexander Buller Turner
  • Edgar Christopher Cookson (see also Heroic failure in Mesopotamia p132)
  • Arthur James Terence Fleming-Sandes
  • Samuel Harvey
  • William Henry Johnston
  • Oliver Brooks
  • John Crawshaw Raynes
  • James Lennox Dawson
  • Harry Christian
  • Thomas Kenny
  • Charles Geoffrey Vickers
  • Gilbert Stuart Martin Insall
  • John Caffrey
  • Richard Bell-Davies
  • Samuel Meekosha
  • 1914
  • George Wilson
  • William Young
  • Alfred George Drake (see also Laying down one's life for another p188)
  • "For most conspicuous bravery and self-sacrifice"
  • William Boynton Butler (see also 1917 p233)
  • David Ross Lauder (see also 1915 p98)
  • Alfred Victor Smith
  • George Edward Cates (see also 1917 p194)
  • 1916
  • Chatta Singh (see also First Indian VCs p32)
  • John Alexander Sinton
  • William Charles Fuller
  • Lala
  • Eric Archibald McNair
  • William Reginald Cotter
  • George Stringer
  • Sidney William Ware
  • James Henry Fynn
  • William Robert Fountaine Addison (see also Heroes with conscience p356)
  • Edward Noel Mellish (see also Heroes with conscience p356)
  • Angus Buchanan (see also Clearwell man helps break German resistance p366)
  • Edgar Kinghorn Myles
  • Cameron Highlander's three-day ordeal
  • Shahamad Khan
  • Edward Baxter
  • Heroic failure in Mesopotamia
  • Humphrey Osbaldston Brooke Firman
  • Charles Henry Cowley
  • Edgar Christopher Cookson (see also 1915 p109)
  • Richard Basil Brandram Jones
  • Francis John William Harvey
  • Edward Barry Stewart Bingham
  • Loftus William Jones
  • Ross Tollerton
  • 16-year-old hero of Jutland wins Victoria Cross John ̀Jack' Travers Cornwell
  • George William Chafer
  • Arthur Herbert Procter
  • John MacLaren Erskine
  • Arthur Hugh Henry Batten-Pooll
  • John William Alexander Jackson
  • Nelson Victor Carter
  • A sapper's sacrifice
  • William Hackett
  • James Hutchinson
  • Ernest George Horlock
  • William Frederick McFadzean
  • John Leslie Green
  • Stewart Walter Loudoun-Shand (see also The man who tamed Germany's terror weapon p84)
  • Lionel Wilmot Brabazon Rees
  • Eric Norman Frankland Bell
  • Geoffrey St George Shillington Cather
  • James Youll Turnbull
  • George Sanders
  • Robert Quigg
  • Thomas Turrall (see also Chamberlain hails second city VCs p105)
  • Harry Sherwood Ranken
  • Thomas Orde Lauder Wilkinson
  • VC instead of reprimand for Drummer Ritchie
  • Walter Potter Ritchie
  • The scars of battle
  • Adrian Carton de Wiart
  • Frederick McNess (see also 1916 p 168)
  • William Ewart Boulter
  • William Frederick Faulds
  • Footballer killed month after wedding
  • Donald Simpson Bell
  • Frederick William Dobson
  • William (Billy) La Touche Congreve
  • Joseph John Davies
  • Albert Hill
  • Arthur Seaforth Blackburn
  • Theodore William Henry Veale
  • John Leak
  • Albert Gill
  • Claude Charles Castleton
  • Last man standing
  • Thomas Cooke
  • William Kenny (see also A Bandsman's bravery p39)
  • Joseph Kaeble (see also 1918 p311)
  • George Evans
  • William Henry Short
  • Gabriel George Coury
  • Getting the message through
  • James Miller
  • Noel Godfrey Chavasse (see also The Great War's double VC winner p234)
  • Martin O'Meara
  • William Barnsley Allen
  • William Anderson Bloomfield (see also Valour in the African theatre p36)
  • Henry May
  • The man who tamed the Zeppelin threat
  • William Leefe Robinson
  • John Vincent Holland
  • David Jones
  • Thomas Hughes
  • Lionel Clarke (see also The men of Valour Road p60)
  • John Vaughan Campbell
  • Donald Forrester Brown
  • Frederick McNess (see The scars of battle p150)
  • John Chipman Kerr
  • James Anson Otho Brooke
  • Thomas Alfred Jones
  • Tom Edwin Adlam
  • Diehards of the Somme
  • Frederick Jeremiah Edwards
  • Robert Edward Ryder
  • Archie Cecil Thomas White
  • The remarkable Bradford brothers
  • Roland Boys Bradford
  • George Nicholson Bradford (see also Eight VCs for daring Zeebrugge raiders p301)
  • Henry Kelly
  • Maurice James Dease
  • James Leach
  • The inspirational piper
  • James Cleland Richardson
  • Hubert William Lewis
  • Robert Downie
  • Eugene Paul Bennett
  • The Kiwi Salamander
  • Bernard Cyril Freyberg
  • John Cunningham (Private)
  • 1917
  • Laying down one's life for another
  • John Hogan
  • Thomas Mottershead
  • Alfred George Drake (see also 1915 p117)
  • George Stanley Peachment (see also 1915 p101)
  • Edward Elers Delaval Henderson
  • Robert Edwin Phillips
  • Frederick Charles Booth (see also Valour in the African theatre p37)
  • Edward John Mott
  • Harry William Murray
  • Frederick William Palmer
  • Thomas Steele
  • The first double VC winner
  • The ship that invited torpedo strike
  • Gordon Campbell
  • William Williams (see also 1917 p221) --
  • Arthur Martin-Leake
  • First Indian VCs
  • Khudadad Khan
  • Darwan Singh Negi
  • Chatta Singh (see also 1916 p124)
  • Kulbir Thapa (see also 1915 p101)
  • John Franks Vallentin
  • Sidney Frank Godley
  • Walter Lorrain Brodie
  • John Henry Stephen Dimmer
  • Drummer Joe rides his luck
  • Spencer John Bent (see also A Bandsman's bravery p39)
  • Valour in the African theatre
  • John Fitzhardinge Paul Butler
  • Henry Peel Ritchie
  • William Anderson Bloomfield (see also 1916 p163)
  • Frederick Charles Booth (see also 1917 p189)
  • Wilbur Taylor Dartnell (see also 1915 p99)
  • Charles Ernest Garforth
  • A Bandsman's bravery
  • Thomas Edward Rendle
  • Spencer John Bent (see also 1914 p34)
  • William Kenny (see also p1914 p28)
  • Frank Alexander de Pass
  • Norman Douglas Holbrook
  • William Arthur McCrae Bruce
  • Henry Howey Robson
  • War hero and Olympian
  • Philip Neame
  • Charles Alfred Jarvis
  • James MacKenzie
  • Abraham Acton
  • James Alexander Smith
  • 1915
  • Eric Gascoigne Robinson
  • Eustace Jotham
  • Michael John O'Leary
  • Gabar Singh Negi
  • William Buckingham
  • Charles Calveley Foss
  • Theodore Wright
  • Cyril Gordon Martin
  • Wilfred Dolby Fuller
  • Harry Daniels
  • William Anderson
  • Cecil Reginald Noble
  • Edward Barber
  • Jacob Rivers
  • Robert Morrow
  • Courageous cavalrymen
  • George Godfrey Massy Wheeler
  • Ernest Wright Alexander
  • Gordon Muriel Flowerdew (see also 1918 p292)
  • Richard Annesley West (see also 1918 p323)
  • Badlu Singh (see also 1918 p345)
  • Benjamin Handley Geary
  • George Rowland Patrick Roupell
  • Geoffrey Harold Woolley
  • Frederick Fisher
  • Fulham's "Little Corporal"
  • Edward Dwyer
  • The men of Valour Road
  • Francis Octavius Grenfell
  • Frederick William Hall
  • Lionel Clarke (see also 1916 p167)
  • Robert Shankland (see also 1917 p256)
  • "Six VCs before breakfast"
  • Cuthbert Bromley
  • William Keneally
  • Alfred Joseph Richards
  • Frank Edward Stubbs
  • John Elisha Grimshaw
  • Richard Raymond Willis
  • Percy Cherry
  • Hardy Falconer Parsons
  • Montague Shadworth Seymour Moore
  • Robert Hill Hanna
  • John Carmichael
  • The mopping-up expert
  • Filip Konowal
  • Sidney James Day
  • John Moyney
  • Thomas Woodcock
  • Reginald Roy In wood
  • Frederick Maurice Watson Harvey
  • Henry Reynolds
  • Frederick Birks
  • Hugh Colvin
  • William Francis Burman
  • Alfred Joseph Knight
  • John James Dwyer
  • William Henry Hewitt
  • Walter Peeler
  • Ernest Albert Egerton
  • John Brown Hamilton
  • Francis Hubert (Frank) McNamara
  • Patrick Bugden
  • Philip Eric Bent (see also The man who tamed Germany's terror weapon p84)
  • Lewis Pugh Evans
  • Tank Corps gallantry
  • Clement Robertson
  • Richard William Leslie Wain (see also 1917 p 264)
  • Charles Harry Coverdale
  • Lewis McGee
  • Thomas Henry Sage
  • James Ockendon
  • Stretcher-bearer of the "Shiny Seventh"
  • Fred Greaves
  • Arthur Hutt
  • Joseph Lister
  • John Molyneux
  • William Clamp
  • John Harold Rhodes
  • Frederick George Dancox
  • Clarence Smith Jeffries
  • Robert Shankland (see also The men of Valour Road p61)
  • Albert Halton
  • Christopher Augustus Cox
  • Christopher Patrick John O'Kelly
  • Thomas William Holmes
  • Alexander Malins Lafone
  • Hugh McDonald McKenzie
  • George Mullin
  • Cecil John Kinross
  • George Randolph Pearkes
  • John Fox Russell
  • John Collins
  • James Peter Robertson
  • Joergen Christian Jensen
  • Colin Fraser Barron
  • Arthur Drummond Borton
  • John Carless
  • Richard William Leslie Wain (see also Tank Corps gallantry p251)
  • John Sherwood-Kelly
  • Harcus Strachan
  • Robert McBeath
  • Charles Edward Spackman
  • Albert Edward Shepherd
  • George William Burdett Clare
  • Frederick William Lumsden
  • Neville Bowes Elliott-Cooper
  • John McAulay
  • Robert Gee
  • Walter Napleton Stone
  • Samuel Thomas Dickson Wallace
  • Cyril Gourley
  • Allastair Malcolm Cluny McReady-Diarmid
  • John Thomas
  • George Henry Tatham Paton
  • Stanley Henry Parry Boughey
  • William Gosling
  • Gobind Singh
  • Henry James Nicholas
  • James Samuel Emerson
  • Charles William Train
  • Once more unto the breach
  • Arthur Moore Lascelles
  • Walter Mills
  • John Alexander Christie
  • James Duffy
  • 1918
  • James Ernest Newland
  • Geoffrey Saxton White
  • Charles Graham Robertson
  • Harold Edward Whitfield
  • Manley Angell James
  • "Here we fight and here we die"
  • Wilfrith Elstob
  • Allan Ebenezer Ker
  • John Crawford Buchan
  • Edmund de Wind
  • John William Sayer
  • John Woods Whittle
  • Ernest Frederick Beal
  • Charles Edwin Stone
  • Reginald Frederick Johnson Hayward
  • Frank Crowther Roberts
  • Cecil Leonard Knox
  • Harold Jackson
  • Herbert George Columbine
  • John Stanhope Collings-Wells
  • Christopher Bushell
  • Julian Royds Gribble
  • Contents note continued:
  • Thain Wendell MacDowell
  • Alfred Cecil Herring
  • William Herbert Anderson
  • John Thomas Davies
  • Alfred Maurice Toye
  • Arthur Henry Cross
  • Basil Arthur Horsfall
  • Oliver Cyril Spencer Watson
  • Thomas Young
  • Albert Mountain
  • Alan Arnett McLeod
  • Ellis Wellwood Sifton
  • Bernard Matthew Cassidy
  • Gordon Muriel Flowerdew (see also Courageous Cavalrymen p54)
  • Stanley Robert McDougall
  • Theodore Bayley Hardy (see also Heroes with conscience p 357)
  • James Thomas Byford McCudden (see also 1918 p314)
  • Alan Jerrard
  • John Schofield
  • Percy Valentine Storkey
  • Richard George Masters
  • Karanbahadur Rana
  • William Johnstone Milne
  • Joseph Henry Collin
  • Eric Stuart Dougall
  • Thomas Tannatt Pryce
  • Arthur Poulter
  • Jack Thomas Counter
  • James Forbes-Robertson
  • Joseph Edward Woodall
  • Eight VCs for daring Zeebrugge raiders
  • Edward Bamford
  • Arthur Leyland Harrison
  • Harry Cator
  • George Nicholson Bradford (see also The Remarkable Bradford brothers p176)
  • Alfred Francis Blakeney Carpenter
  • Richard Douglas Sandford
  • Percy Thompson Dean
  • Albert Edward McKenzie
  • Norman Augustus Finch
  • John James Crowe
  • Victor Alexander Crutchley
  • Clifford William King Sadlier
  • George Burdon McKean
  • Thomas Bryan
  • James Hewitson
  • George William St George Grogan
  • Robert Edward Cruickshank
  • Joel Halliwell
  • Rowland Richard Louis Bourke
  • William Gregg
  • William Beesley
  • Geoffrey Heneage Drummond
  • William Ruthven
  • Thomas Leslie Axford
  • Thomas James Bede Kenny
  • Phillip Davey
  • Joseph Kaeble (see also Last man standing p159)
  • Inspiring gallantry on the Italian front
  • Charles Edward Hudson
  • John Scott Youll (see also Stockport, steam trains and the Northumberland Fusiliers p374)
  • Fighter ace suffers fate he most feared
  • Edward Corringham ̀Mick' Mannock
  • James McCudden (see also 1918 p294)
  • Henry Dalziel
  • Walter Ernest Brown
  • Horace Waller
  • Albert Chalmers Borella
  • John Meikle
  • Richard Charles Travis
  • Alfred Edward Gaby
  • Harold Auten
  • Herman James Good
  • Harry Garnet Bedford Miner
  • John Bernard Croak
  • Jean Baptiste Arthur Brillant
  • James Edward Tait
  • Donald Mackintosh
  • Thomas James Harris
  • Andrew Frederick Weatherby Beauchamp-Proctor
  • Raphael Louis Zengel
  • Frederick George Coppins
  • Alexander Picton Brereton
  • Robert Matthew Beatham
  • The pilot who filed report before having leg amputated
  • Ferdinand Maurice Felix West
  • Thomas Fasti Dinesen
  • Robert Spall
  • Harold Sandford Mugford
  • Percy Clyde Statton
  • Edward Benn Smith
  • Richard Annesley West (see also Courageous Cavalrymen p55)
  • George Onions
  • William Donovan Joynt
  • Hugh McIver
  • Daniel Marcus William Beak
  • Harold John Colley
  • Reginald Stanley Judson
  • William Hew Clark-Kennedy
  • John George Pattison
  • Lawrence Dominic McCarthy
  • Samuel Forsyth
  • David Lowe MacIntyre
  • The master bluffer
  • Charles Smith Rutherford
  • Bernard Sidney Gordon
  • Henry Weale
  • Cecil Harold Sewell
  • Edgar Thomas Towner
  • James Palmer Huffam
  • Ronald Neil Stuart (see also 1917 p221)
  • Yorkshireman shines as Arras offensive misfires
  • Jack Harvey
  • George Cartwright
  • John Gildroy Grant
  • William Matthew Currey
  • Albert David Lowerson
  • Robert Mactier
  • Arthur Charles Hall
  • Alexander Henry Buckley
  • Claude Joseph Patrick Nunney
  • Bellenden Seymour Hutcheson
  • John William Ormsby
  • George Prowse
  • Cyrus Wesley Peck
  • Arthur George Knight
  • Crown servant and IRA activist
  • Martin Doyle
  • William Henry Metcalf
  • Arthur Evans
  • Lawrence Carthage Weathers
  • Walter Leigh Rayfield
  • John Francis Young
  • John Cunningham (Corporal)
  • John McNamara
  • Samuel Needham
  • Laurence Calvert
  • Henry John Laurent
  • Alfred Wilcox
  • Frank Edward Young
  • Daniel Burges
  • David Ferguson Hunter
  • Allan Leonard Lewis
  • William Allison White
  • Charles Pope
  • Maurice Vincent Buckley
  • William Herbert Waring
  • James Park Woods
  • John Cridlan Barrett
  • Badlu Singh (see also Courageous cavalrymen p 55)
  • Donald John Dean
  • Thomas Neely
  • Thomas Norman Jackson
  • John Standish Surtees Prendergast Vereker, Viscount Gort
  • Cyril Hubert Frisby
  • Ernest Sykes
  • Samuel Lewis Honey
  • Milton Fowler Gregg
  • Graham Thomson Lyall
  • Henry Tandey
  • George Fraser Kerr
  • Blair Anderson Wark
  • Bernard William Vann
  • Ernest Seaman
  • Louis McGuffie
  • John MacGregor
  • Charles Melvin
  • James Crichton
  • Edward John Francis Ryan
  • William Merrifield
  • Frederick Charles Riggs
  • Robert Vaughan Gorle
  • William Henry Johnson
  • Joseph Maxwell
  • Coulson Norman Mitchell
  • James Towers
  • Heroes with conscience --
  • Arthur Henderson
  • John Reginald Noble Graham
  • Edward Foster
  • David Philip Hirsch
  • George Campbell Wheeler
  • Edward Brooks
  • Alfred Oliver Pollard
  • Reginald Leonard Haine
  • England's "best aviator" killed
  • Albert Ball
  • James Welch
  • Robert Grierson Combe
  • John Harrison
  • "A soldier, a sailor and a gentleman"
  • William Edward Sanders
  • George Edward Cates (see also "For most conspicuous bravery and self-sacrifice" p119)
  • George Jarratt
  • George Julian Howell
  • Tom Dresser
  • Joseph Watt
  • Albert White
  • Michael Wilson Heaviside
  • Rupert TheoVance ̀Mick' Moon
  • John Manson Craig
  • Thomas Harold Broadbent Maufe
  • Robert Cuthbert Grieve
  • John Readitt
  • Ronald Neil Stuart (see also The ship that invited torpedo strike p 193)
  • William Williams (see also The ship that invited torpedo strike p 193)
  • British Empire's top ace
  • William Avery Bishop
  • Samuel Frickleton
  • John Carroll
  • Frank Bernard Wearne
  • John Spencer Dunville
  • Frederick Youens
  • Thomas Barratt
  • Jack White
  • Bertram Best-Dunkley
  • Clifford Coffin
  • Thomas Riversdale Colyer-Fergusson
  • Denis George Wyldbore Hewitt
  • William Ratcliffe
  • Robert Bye
  • Alexander Edwards
  • Ivor Rees
  • Tom Fletcher Mayson
  • Leslie Wilton Andrew
  • Oswald Austin Reid
  • James Llewellyn Davies
  • George Imlach McIntosh
  • Thomas Whitham
  • Harold Ackroyd
  • William Boynton Butler (see also For most conspicuous bravery and self-sacrifice p118)
  • The Great War's double VC winner
  • Noel Godfrey Chavasse (see also 1916 p162)
  • Charles George Bonner
  • Thomas Crisp
  • Ernest Pitcher
  • Archibald Bisset Smith
  • Arnold Loosemore
  • Michael James O'Rourke
  • William Henry Grimbaldeston
  • Edward Cooper
  • Frederick George Room
  • Wilfred Edwards
  • Harry Brown
  • Okill Massey Learmonth
  • John Kendrick Skinner
  • Frederick Hobson
  • Frank Lester
  • James Bulmer Johnson
  • Ebbw Vale man receives medal quartet
  • John Henry Williams
  • Harry Blanshard Wood
  • Martin Joseph Moffat
  • Roland Edward Elcock
  • "Death or glory" for Scottish sapper
  • James McPhie
  • Thomas Ricketts
  • Contents note continued:
  • Horace Augustus Curtis
  • John Brunton Daykins
  • Alfred Robert Wilkinson
  • John O'Neill
  • William McNally
  • David Stuart McGregor
  • Clearwell man helps break German resistance
  • Francis George Miles
  • Angus Buchanan (see also 1916 p130)
  • Harry Greenwood
  • William Harold Coltman
  • William Davidson Bissett
  • Hugh Cairns
  • Frederick William Hedges
  • Norman Harvey
  • Thomas Caldwell
  • James Clarke
  • Canada's most decorated combatant
  • William George Barker
  • Stockport, steam trains and the Northumberland Fusiliers
  • Wilfred Wood
  • Edward Noel Mellish (see also 1916 p128)
  • John Scott Youll (see also Inspiring gallantry on the Italian front p312)
  • Dudley Graham Johnson
  • Arnold Horace Santo Waters
  • James Neville Marshall
  • James Kirk
  • William Amey
  • Adam Archibald
  • George de Cardonnel Elmsall Findlay
  • Brett Mackay Cloutman
  • William Robert Fountaine Addison (see also 1916 p 127)
  • Theodore Bayley Hardy (see also 1918 p293)
  • George Morby Ingram
  • William Edgar Holmes
  • Wallace Lloyd Algie
Control code
ocn936110594
Dimensions
30 cm
Extent
382 pages
Isbn
9781909242425
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, facsimiles, maps, portraits
System control number
(OCoLC)936110594

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