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Medal News: Gallant gesture

Latest Medal News Issue:
Gallant gesture
Issue #412 / May, 2015

In this issue:

  • A Dragoon in the trenches
    A front-line casualty
  • Hard times for a hero
    VC winner remembered at last
  • "Deserter"
    Lancer three times absent without leave
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Medal News Headlines

Diana BirchMon, 11 May 2015
It was with great sadness that we learn of the death of Diana Birch on Wednesday May 6 following a long battle with cancer. Diana was a true "stalwart" of the medal hobby and was well known to many of us both through her own company, Savannah Publications, and also as one of the...
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Gallant gestureThurs, 30 April 2015
Whose medal is it anyway?

This month's cover story regarding the proposed sale of Les Munro's medals, and more importantly the potential for them to leave the shores of New Zealand, has once again put into sharp focus the issue of who owns what and what they are allowed to do with it....
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Exceptional GallantryMon, 30 March 2015
Breakfast in America

As this issue of MEDAL NEWS goes to press spring (at least in the UK) has not yet sprung, the heating in the Token Publishing offices is still on and when five o’clock rolls around and the working day is done we go home under leaden skies—in short the summer is far...
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Victoria Cross AwardedThurs, 26 February 2015
L/Cpl Joshua Leakey of the Parachute Regiment has been awarded the Victoria Cross for his bravery during a raid on a Taliban stronghold in Helmand province in August 2013 where he twice helped a wounded US Marine Corps captain. He is the third member of the British Forces to receive...
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Victory on the PeninsularWed, 25 February 2015
Medals won’t be worn

The recent announcement that Prime Minister David Cameron was keen to institute a medal for those who have helped in West Africa combatting the spread of Ebola has met with mixed reactions. On the one hand there is no doubt that those who volunteered to put their...
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