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The British War Medal was a campaign medal of the British Empire, for service in World War One. It commemorates some of the most terrible battles the world has ever known. The causalities in the Ypres Salient and on the Somme for 1915 to 1918 were more than our total for the Second World War "Read more here and see our latest discount offer on medals"
Your ancestor may have been awarded a Victoria Cross or another medal - maybe you know about it — or maybe you don't? Start searching our records today and find out about the fantastic acts of bravery your family members may have been involved in.
As the First World War soldiers have sadly passed away, with Henry John ‘Harry’ Patch being the last to go, aged 111, in July 2009. Now every day the papers seem filled with reports of Second World War veterans passing away too, and it’s time to ask about the past before the memories of that dreadful conflict are lost.
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