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Gunner Rafferty carrying a wounded woman to safety from a farmhouse, which was being shelled.


Gunner Rafferty carrying a wounded woman to safety from a farmhouse, which was being shelled.

As the enemy were shelling a farm, on which the men of a battery of artillery had been billeted, a shell struck a room full of women and children. A child was killed, and nearly everyone else was wounded and panic-stricken. Leaving their dugouts, Gunners Rafferty, Holmes and Pridmore at once rescued the inhabitants of the farm, and carried them to a place of safety. For his conspicuous Gunner J Rafferty of the 112th Heavy Battery, Royal Garrison Artillery was awarded the D.C.M.
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Piper McLennan advancing in an attack at Gallipoli and playing his pipes to encourage the men.


Piper McLennan advancing in an attack at Gallipoli and playing his pipes to encourage the men.

On July 21st 1915, a Turkish was captured at Gallipoli. To the great encouragement of the men, Piper K. McLennan, of the 1/7th (Blythswood) Battalion, highland Light Infantry, advanced with the attacking line, playing his pipes. During the attack a shrapnel shell burst close to him, shattering his pipes, but with great courage and coolness, he began to tend and dress the wound. His conspicuous gallantry was rewarded with the D.C.M.
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Lance-Corporal Colgrave Rallying Indian Troops And Leading Them Into Action At Hollebeke.


Lance-Corporal Colgrave Rallying Indian Troops And Leading Them Into Action At Hollebeke.

On October 30th 1914, Colgraves regiment, the 5th Lancers, was extremely hard pressed near Hollebeke and a battalion of Indian infantry was sent up to support them. Their battalion came under an extremely heavy fire and soon lost all its officers, while the men, leaderless and shaken, became demoralised. Colgrave, retiring with a scattered body of Indians, rallied them and led them back in time to shatter the German infantry attack. He then rallied other bodies and also carried a wounded officer into safety, services for which he received the D.C.N.
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Gallipoli - Courtneys Trench by Jason Askew.


Gallipoli - Courtneys Trench by Jason Askew.

Australian VC winner-Private Albert Jacka, 14th battalion. He killed nine Turks who had bombed and infiltrated an Australian trench at Courtneys post during the great Turkish assault on 19th May.
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Lieutenant Martin, D.S.O., R.E., And A Small Bombing Party Holding Back The Germans At Spanbroek Molen.


Lieutenant Martin, D.S.O., R.E., And A Small Bombing Party Holding Back The Germans At Spanbroek Molen.

Lieutenant Martin (56th Field Company Royal Engineers) gained his first distinction, the D.S.O., in the retreat from Mons, when he was wounded. Though wounded again during the battle of Neuve Chapelle he refused to retire, but heading a party of six volunteer bombers, he led them with such resolute bravery that they drove the enemy from a section of their trenches at Spanbroek Molen. Then after securing themselves by transposing the parapet and piling up sandbags, they awaited a counter attack. When the attack cam they held overwhelming numbers of the enemy at bay for two and a half hours. They were ultimately forced to retire, but their gallant defence was of great value in preventing German reinforcements passing through this section of the trenches. Lieutenant Martins splendid courage and energy had gained for him the V.C.
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The Machine Guns - Battle of Amiens, France, 8th August 1918 by David Pentland.


The Machine Guns - Battle of Amiens, France, 8th August 1918 by David Pentland.

A German machine gun team defend against the British 3rd Corps attack on the high ground north of the Somme. This was to be the start of the final Allied offensive of the war.
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Acting Second Corporal OBrien Descending a shaft with an officer to search for the enemy.


Acting Second Corporal OBrien Descending a shaft with an officer to search for the enemy.

Close to their front line of trenches, and not far from the Hulluch quarries the British discovered a shaft. On October 16th 1915, a sentry at the shaft reported that he had seen two of the enemy moving along a gallery leading out of it. In company with an officer, Corporal OBrien of the 170th Tunnelling Company Engineers, at once descended the shafts by means of a rope ladder, expecting to find the enemy there. No gallery was however found but for the courage that he had shown Acting Second Corporal OBrien was awarded the D.C.M.
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Sergeant Bostock attending to the wounded of a convoy of which he was in charge under heavy fire.


Sergeant Bostock attending to the wounded of a convoy of which he was in charge under heavy fire.

While proceeding along a road a convoy of fourteen wagons was heavily shelled, some men being wounded and several horses killed and badly injured. Sergeant G Bostock, of the 1/2nd North Midland Brigade Ammunition Column, royal Field Artillery was in charge of the convoy, and with conspicuous coolness he at once attended to the wounded and extricated the injured horses Later he brought the convoy back in good order, and it was due to his fine example that a panic was prevented. He was awarded the D.C.M.
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Subadar Sabal Singh And Lance-Naik Net Singh Climbing A Wall At The Head Of Their Comrades To Storm A Turkish Stronghold At Sahil.


Subadar Sabal Singh And Lance-Naik Net Singh Climbing A Wall At The Head Of Their Comrades To Storm A Turkish Stronghold At Sahil.

On November 16th 1914, soon after the opening of the Persian Gulf campaign, news reached the British Force that the Turkish garrison of Basra was advancing to give battle, and as the position of European in the city appeared to be precarious, the advance was begun early on the morning of the 17th. The main force of the enemy was concentrated at Sahil, close to the river. While under fire from an old fort, lying on the edge of a palm grove on the enemys flank, Subadar Sebal Singh and Lance-Naik Net Singh, of the 104th Wellesleys Rifles, gallantly stormed the outer wall of the fort, at the head of some twenty or thirty men of various units. They were the first in this part of the line to enter the enemys position, and Subadar Sabal Singh and Lance-Naik Net Singh were rewarded with the Indian Order of Merit for their conspicuous gallantry.
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A Grenade Exploding Which Temporary Lieutenant Knox Was about To Pick Up And Fling Out Of The Trench.


A Grenade Exploding Which Temporary Lieutenant Knox Was about To Pick Up And Fling Out Of The Trench.

While a West gun was in action in one of the British trenches a German grenade dropped on the parapet in dangerous proximity to two men. Seeing that they could not possibly get under cover, Temporary Lieutenant Robert Uchtred Eyre Knox, of the 6th Battalion The Suffolk Regiment, rushed forward to pick up the grenade and throw it over the parapet. June as he reached it, however, it exploded but by an extraordinary chance he was only slightly wounded. He had previously undertaken tasks requiring coolness and daring, and on this occasion he showed great bravery. He was awarded the D.S.O.
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Trumpeter Waldon Bringing a Horse to the Firing Stations at Le Cateau Under Fire.


Trumpeter Waldon Bringing a Horse to the Firing Stations at Le Cateau Under Fire.

During General Smith-Dorriens famous rearguard action at Le Cateau on August 26th 1914, Trumpeter S. F. G. Waldron, of the 37th Battery Royal Field Artillery, acted as communicating file between the captain commanding the artillery and the quartermaster-sergeant in charge of the wagon-teams and gun-limbers, two thousand yards behind the firing stations. Waldron courageously waited with a spare horse though shrapnel and high explosive shells were bursting all round him. Seeing the danger of his position, the officer at length ordered him to the rear. Though wounded, Waldron returned later in the day leading a horse, which was required at the front. His conspicuous coolness and courage were rewarded with the D.C.M.
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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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A German Officer And Fourteen Of His Men Cry For Mercy To Lieutenant Leach.


A German Officer And Fourteen Of His Men Cry For Mercy To Lieutenant Leach.

Section by section the trench was recaptured, and driven back until they could go no further, the Germans decided to surrender. Lieutenant Leach (2nd Battalion, Manchester Regiment) was surprised to hear a voice calling in English Dont shoot sir! The speaker was one of his own men who had been captured in the morning. He had come from a German officer to say he wished to surrender. On going round the corner of the traverse Lieutenant Leach came upon the officer and fourteen of his men, who kneeling, raised their hands and begged for mercy. For their conspicuous bravery Lieutenant Leach and Sergeant Hogan were both deservedly awarded the V.C.
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Major Wheeler Riding To His death at The North Mound.


Major Wheeler Riding To His death at The North Mound.

On the day of April 13th, Major Wheeler and his squadron (Indian Lancers) were entrusted with the task of carrying the Turkish position on the North Mound. The project was a desperate one, for the Turks were well entrenched. Major Wheeler decided to charge straight for the section where two Turkish standards were waving, rightly surmising that the loss of their flag would demoralize the enemy. The Turks, however, fought with extreme courage and steadiness and opened a devastating fire on the advancing cavalry. The Lancers began to waver. Then it was that Major Wheeler showed the spirit that was in him. Bit by bit he drew ahead of his men, and when last seen he was making straight for the standards, one man against many. He reached the Mound, but only to suffer a heros death and to gain a heros reward - the Victoria Cross.
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Nachtlicher Sturmangriff auf englische Schutzengraben an der Afer am 26 Oktober 1914 bei Langemarck.


Nachtlicher Sturmangriff auf englische Schutzengraben an der Afer am 26 Oktober 1914 bei Langemarck.

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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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Regimental Sergeant Major Ryder rescuing a comrade who had fallen from his horse with his foot caught in a stirrup.


Regimental Sergeant Major Ryder rescuing a comrade who had fallen from his horse with his foot caught in a stirrup.

Seeing a comrade in danger of serious injury owing to his having fallen from his horse with his foot caught in a stirrup, Regimental Sergeant Major, 21st Lancers, picked him up and placed him on his own horse. He then charged through the enemy who had surrounded him. For his conspicuous gallantry Sergeant Major Ryder was awarded the D.C.M.
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Sergeant Kirkcaldy Bringing Up Fresh Horses, Under A Terrific Shell Fire To Save A Transport Wagon At Veldhoek.


Sergeant Kirkcaldy Bringing Up Fresh Horses, Under A Terrific Shell Fire To Save A Transport Wagon At Veldhoek.

The crisis of the first great battle at Ypres was reached on October 31st 1914. Fierce began early in the morning along the Ypres-Menin road, and in time the attack developed in great force against the village of Gheluvelt. To the north of it the first and third brigades of the First British Division were driven back while the 1st Coldstream Guards were wiped out in the fighting. The entire division was swept back from its position at Gheluvelt to the woods between Veldhoek and Hooge. At a critical moment, Sergeant H. Kirkcaldy, of the 26th (Heavy) Battery Royal Garrison Artillery, brought up fresh horses under a terrific shellfire to replace those already killed. His gallant conduct saved a transport wagon, and he was rewarded with the D.C.M.
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Captain E. Percival And A Party Of Stretcher-Bearers Searching For Wounded In a Wood, Which Was Under Fire.


Captain E. Percival And A Party Of Stretcher-Bearers Searching For Wounded In a Wood, Which Was Under Fire.

Captain Edgar Percival, M.B., of the Royal Army Medical Corp, led a party of stretcher-bearers into a wood, and remained for over two hours searching for wounded under shell and machine gun fire. On previous occasions he has done similar gallant work. For his conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty on this occasion he was awarded the D.S.O.
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Acting Sergeant Raynes putting his smoke helmet on Sergeant Ayres following the explosion of a gas shell.


Acting Sergeant Raynes putting his smoke helmet on Sergeant Ayres following the explosion of a gas shell.

On October 11th 1915, Acting Sergeant John Crawshaw Raynes, of A Battery, the 7th Brigade, Royal Field Artillery, went out under an intense fire at Fosse 7 de Bethune to assist Sergeant Ayres, who had been wounded. Having bandaged him, Sergeant Raynes returned to his gun, but shortly afterwards Cease fire was ordered. He thereupon went out with two gunners and carried Sergeant Ayres into a dugout. A gas shell burst at the mouth of the dugout, and Sergeant Raynes ran across the open for his smoke helmet, put it on Sergeant Ayres, and then, though he badly gassed, staggered back to serve his gun. He was awarded the V.C. for most conspicuous bravery and devotion to duty.
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