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Acting Sergeant Pike Fresh Supplies of Bombs Under Heavy Shellfire To A Bombing Party In A Captured German Trench.


Acting Sergeant Pike Fresh Supplies of Bombs Under Heavy Shellfire To A Bombing Party In A Captured German Trench.

On reaching the German trenches, on the occasion of the British attack at Rouges Bancs on May 9th 1915, the bombing party drove the enemy down the trench for about one hundred yards. They ran short of bombs however, and Acting Sergeant Pike of the 1/13th Battalion The London Regiment, called for a volunteer to fetch a fresh supply from the British lines. Three men mounted the parapet together, but they dropped, riddled with machine gun bullets. Undismayed by their fate, acting Sergeant Pike gallantry climbed out of the trench and crossed under heavy shell fire to the British lines, 250 yards away. He returned with two sacks of bombs and grenades, and a promise from an officer of the 2nd Scottish Rifles that a machine gun would be sent to his assistance. For his conspicuous gallantry and ability, Acting Sergeant (now Sergeant) Pike was awarded the D.C.M.


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Befuch des Kaifers auf dem Schlachtfelde bei Dirton.


Befuch des Kaifers auf dem Schlachtfelde bei Dirton.



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Original Pencil Sketch for Battle of Cambrai, France, 20th November 1917 by David Pentland. (P)


Original Pencil Sketch for Battle of Cambrai, France, 20th November 1917 by David Pentland. (P)

At 0620 hours covered by a brief barrage from 1000 guns, the tanks of C and F Battalions in MkIV tanks advanced alongside the men of the British 12th Division against the impregnable German Hindenburg line at Cambrai. Supported in the air by 4 RFC squadron flying ground attack missions, the general offensive had broken through 3 trench lines and penetrated 5 miles on a 6 mile front by lunchtime. Although these gains were not exploited and later retaken by a German counter offensive, Cambrai showed the full potential of the tank on the battlefield.
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The Death Of Lance Naik Bhau Savant At Mazera.


The Death Of Lance Naik Bhau Savant At Mazera.

In the military operations on the Tigris the British force advanced against Mazera, which was in the occupation of the Turks on December 7th 1914, and the enemy were driven across the river to Kurna. Lance Naik Bhau Savant, of the 110th Mahratta Light Infantry, was in command of the scouts, and in advancing under heavy fire he showed the garrison courage. He was always in the front, and when leading his men in the final bayonet charge at Mazera was most unfortunately shot through the heart.


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Private Wilson Bayoneting a German, one of four prisoners who attempted to escape from him.


Private Wilson Bayoneting a German, one of four prisoners who attempted to escape from him.

While four of the enemy were being marched off after being taken prisoners single-handed by Private R Wilson, of the 2nd Battalion. The Irish Rifles, one of them turned and threw a bomb at him. Three of them dashed off immediately. But having quickly bayoneted one of them, he shot, and took the fourth prisoner again. For his conspicuous gallantry and determination Wilson was awarded the D.C.M.


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The Duke of Westminster and his armoured cars dash to the rescue of shipwrecked crews seized by the Senussi.


The Duke of Westminster and his armoured cars dash to the rescue of shipwrecked crews seized by the Senussi.

On March 17th 1916, information was received that the Senussi at Bir Hakim was holding a number of shipwrecked men, who had been landed on the Cyrenaica Coast of North Africa, as prisoners, seventy miles from Sollum. At 3 a.m. therefore nine of the Duke of Westminsters armoured cars, twenty six other cars, and ten motor ambulances left for Bir Hakim, guided by Captain Royle, of the Egyptian Coasguard Service, and two natives. On their arrival the prisoners were not there, and another forty miles were traversed before the camp was reached. On seeing the cars, the Senussi guards fled, but were pursued and killed, and the prisoners, numbering ninety-one, were rescued and brought back to Sollum. Most of them were survivors from the Tars, which had been sunk by a German submarine. The Germans had handed them over to the Turks and Arabs, who treated them barbarously.


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How Private Ross Tollerton Won His VC by Allan Stewart (P)


How Private Ross Tollerton Won His VC by Allan Stewart (P)

On 13th September 1914, the British had forced the passage of the Aisne. The following morning a general advance was begun, but our men soon came under a very heavy shell and machine-gun fire, and Captain Matheson of the Cameron Highlanders, fell severely wounded. Private Tollerton lifted the wounded officer onto his back and carried him to an adjoining cornfield, where he laid him down under cover of a small cornstack. After rejoining his comrades he was hit in both his right hand and the right temple, but nevertheless, when they received orders to retire he went back to the wounded officer ad remained with him for three days until an opportunity occurred for them both to rejoin the regiment. Private Tollerton received the VC for his splendid gallantry and devotion.
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Sergeant Lowe Conducting Observations From A Cottage Between The Opposing Lines Under Heavy Fire.


Sergeant Lowe Conducting Observations From A Cottage Between The Opposing Lines Under Heavy Fire.

When volunteers were called for to blow up a small cottage between the opposing lines near Givenchy one day in November 1915, Sergeant Norman McGregor Lowe, of the London Scottish, crawled out with two comrades to undertake the dangerous task. On approaching the cottage by a sunken track they found it strewn with bodies, showing that fierce hand-to-hand fighting had taken place. After satisfying himself that the enemy were clear of the cottage, Sergeant Lowe crept to the head of the communication trench which ran past the building to the German lines. He then signalled back that all was clear, and the Engineer officer crept up to the house and laid his wires in readiness for the explosion. The party then retired, and for his conspicuous gallantry Sergeant Lowe was subsequently awarded the D.C.M.


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Sergeant Clarke Directing The Defence Of Chateau Herentage During The First Battle Of Ypres.


Sergeant Clarke Directing The Defence Of Chateau Herentage During The First Battle Of Ypres.

When the first German attack on the Ypres salient in November 1914, culminated in a charge of the Prussian Guard on November 11th, Sergeant Clarke was stationed with his troop of the 15th Hussars and a party of Turcos in the Chateau of Herentage with orders to hold it at all cost. The Prussian Guard broke the British front line, and advancing in a great wave, surged round the Chateau, but Clarke had posted his men so skilfully that their rapid fire made the enemy think the place was held in force and they made no attempt to storm it. For two and a half hours this handful of men was utterly isolated, but at length relief arrived. Clarke received the D.C.M. for his leadership in a critical situation.


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Armoured Motor cars, under the command of the Duke of Westminster, charging the Bedouin Camp at Birazizia.


Armoured Motor cars, under the command of the Duke of Westminster, charging the Bedouin Camp at Birazizia.

On March 14th 1916, when the Senussi camp had been located at Birazizia, twenty miles south of Sollum, the Duke of Westminster ordered all but two of his armoured motor cars to turn off the Dorna road to the south, and dash forward in line over the two thousand yards separating them from the camp. Acting on a preconcerted plan, the two remaining cars were sent about two miles further along the road before turning south. On seeing the cars thundering toward them, the enemy were thrown into confusion and made hurried preparations for flight. A field gun and two machine guns, however opened fire and continued till the cars were within four hundred yards of them. By then the gunners had either been killed or the guns had been put out of action, and as the cars dashed into the camp, the enemy scattered in every direction. For the dash and skill he showed in the attack the Duke of Westminster was awarded the D.S.O.


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Faster Boys - Give Them Hell! Loos, September 25th 1915 by Jason Askew.


Faster Boys - Give Them Hell! Loos, September 25th 1915 by Jason Askew.

Dawn. British artillery thundered, and the territorial soldiers 15th Scottish division stormed towards the German trenches defending the coal mining village of Loos. The gas cloud that preceded the Highland advance was pendulous and largely stationary due to a distinct lack of wind, and ,upon emerging from the smudgy gas, the highlanders were pelted with machine gun fire and shrapnel from the defending German batteries. Not to be denied, the Scots gritted their teeth, and with an officer shouting faster boys! give them hell! the highlanders charged straight at the defenses. The Germans, unnerved by the stubborn courage of their kilted opponents, began to fall back through the village of Loos. The Camerons and the Black Watch, shouting their battle cry and charging down the main road of the village, then engaged the defending Germans in a series of savage battles for each and every house - hob-nailed boots, rifle butts, and bayonets being wielded with great enthusiasm by the ven.........


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Storm of Steel by Chris Collingwood.


Storm of Steel by Chris Collingwood.

Passchendaele 1917. Imperial German Infantry 6th Reserve Division 11th Battalion at the third battle of Ypres.


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Bombardier Nelson Working A Field Gun Single Handed And Under Heavy Fire.


Bombardier Nelson Working A Field Gun Single Handed And Under Heavy Fire.

An attack from Cape Helles, on the shores of the Dardanelles, was begun on August 6th 1915, in support of movements on the Gallipolis Peninsula. When every other man attached to one of the field guns had been killed or wounded during the fighting on May 9th, Bombardier J. L. Nelson, of the 4th Highland (Mountain) Brigade, Royal Garrison Artillery, continued with the greatest courage to work the gun although the enemy were directing a deadly fire on to the British at close range. The services of Bombardier Nelson were of the utmost value at a critical period, and he was most deservedly rewarded with the D.C.M.


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Corporal Potter and his Men Holding at Bay an Overwhelming Force of German Cavalry.


Corporal Potter and his Men Holding at Bay an Overwhelming Force of German Cavalry.

On finding that he was faced by about two hundred of the enemy, Corporal Potter resolved to try and bluff them. He therefore sent the patrols horses back at a gallop, and by this ruse the enemy were deceived for a time into thinking that the men had been killed or else had escaped. Potter and his men then cautiously began their retreat, and though heavily fired upon, they skilfully avoided being hit. All the time the patrol replied to the enemys fire, and the officer in command of the German cavalry was shot dead as he left the cover of the house. Potter brought back valuable information, and his cool and able conducts was rewarded with the D.C.M.


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Temporary Second-Lieutenant Stout Firing A Machine Gun While Standing On Corporal Testers Back.


Temporary Second-Lieutenant Stout Firing A Machine Gun While Standing On Corporal Testers Back.

On hearing that a number of the enemy were working close to the British lines. Temporary Second-Lieutenant Frank Moxon Stout, attached to the 20th Hussars, took Corporal G. Tester, of the same regiment, and a light machine gun to a saphead. Then having mounted the machine gun, the corporal stood on the lieutenants back and opened fire on the enemy, who were thirty or forty yards away. He fired 150 rounds while exposed to a heavy return fire, and then got down to allow Second-Lieutenant Stout to mount on his back and open fire in turn. Next morning fourteen of the enemys dead were counted. For his conspicuous gallantry and resource Second-Lieutenant Stout was awarded the M.C., and Corporal Tester was awarded the D.C.M. for his gallantry and good work.


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Temporary Major S. W. Loudoun-Shand Helping Men Over The Parapet While Exposed To Very Fierce Machine Gun Fire.


Temporary Major S. W. Loudoun-Shand Helping Men Over The Parapet While Exposed To Very Fierce Machine Gun Fire.

When a company attempted to climb over the parapet to attack the enemys trenches they were met by very fierce machine gun fire, which temporarily stopped their progress. Temporary Major Stewart Loudoun-Shand, late of the Yorkshire Regiment, immediately leapt on the parapet, helped the men over it, and encouraged them in every way until he fell mortally wounded. Even then he insisted on being propped up in the trench, and went on encouraging the non-commissioned officers and men until he died. For his most conspicuous bravery a posthumous award of the V.C. was made.


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Corporal W. R. Van Blommesten Carries A Wounded Comrade To Safety While Under Fire.


Corporal W. R. Van Blommesten Carries A Wounded Comrade To Safety While Under Fire.

Corporal W. R. Van Blommestein, of the South African Horse, dismounted and carried a wounded comrade to a place of safety under fire, and at great personal risk. For the conspicuous gallantry displayed by him he was awarded the D.C.M.


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British Lancer c.1914 by Chris Collingwood.


British Lancer c.1914 by Chris Collingwood.

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Action of the 6th Mounted Brigade at El Muhgar by J P Beadle.


Action of the 6th Mounted Brigade at El Muhgar by J P Beadle.

Depicting the charge of the Bucks, Berks and Dorset Yeomanry on November 13th 1917 during the Palestine campaign.
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Midshipman Malleson Jumping With a Line From A Barge to Link up Another Barge Which Was Drifting.


Midshipman Malleson Jumping With a Line From A Barge to Link up Another Barge Which Was Drifting.

Lieutenant Morse and Midshipman Drewry were on board the barge, which lay nearest to the shore when a shot severed the rope by which the barges were lashed, again setting them adrift. Midshipman Drewry was hit in the head by a fragment of shell, but hastily binding his wound he jumped overboard with a fresh line. For the second time the rope proved too short, whereupon Midshipman Wilfred Malleson threw himself over the side and made fast the drifting barges. Once more the line was broken, and though Malleson made two further gallant efforts to carry a rope he was unsuccessful. He was however, rewarded with the V.C. for his great gallantry.


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