Item OS8345 - World War I Medals

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World War I Medals


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Photograph of two medals

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Two World War I medals. The medal on the left is a British War Medal, awarded to all who saw action from 1914-1918 in World War I and all who served in Russia from 1919-1920. The one on the right was made by Andrew Neilly, a jeweller in Bradford, and was given to soldiers returning from World War I by the community of Bond Head.

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