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Corporal Brown And Lance-Corporal Dobson Dragging A Wounded Man Across The Open To The British Lines Under Fire.


Corporal Brown And Lance-Corporal Dobson Dragging A Wounded Man Across The Open To The British Lines Under Fire.

At Chavanne on September 28th 1914, during the last days of the battle of the Aisme, three men were sent out to reconnoitre in a thick mist. The German lines were very close, and the mist suddenly lifted. Two of the men were instantly shot, but the third got back to the British lines with only a graze. To leave the two men in the open meant fourteen hours exposure, and Lance-Corporal Frederick William Dobson, of the 2nd Battalion Coldstream Guards, therefore volunteered to try and bring them in immediately. He crawled out and found that one of the men was dead, while the other was wounded in three places. Having applied dressing he crawled back, and a few minutes later came out with Corporal Brown, the two men dragging between them a stretcher. The wounded man was placed on it, and then dragged back into safety. Not one of them was hit, and corporal Brown was awarded the D.C.M. and Lance-corporal Dobson the V.C. form most conspicuous gallantry.


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Private Holmes driving a motor ambulance in the reverse for four hundred yards while under fire.


Private Holmes driving a motor ambulance in the reverse for four hundred yards while under fire.

While driving a motor ambulance up to bring in some wounded near Hulluch on September 26th 1915, Private J Holmes of the Army Service Corps (attached to the 23rd Field Ambulance) was fired upon by the enemy. He drove the car in the reverse for four hundred yards, the man beside him having been killed, till a bullet struck the carburettor. He then came up with another car, and safely towed his own away. His car was hit twenty-two times, and but for his great bravery and resource, must have been wrecked. Holmes was awarded the D.C.M. for conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty.


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The Rev. W. R. F. Addison Carries A Wounded Man To The Cover Of A Trench Under Heavy Rifle And Machine Gun Fire.


The Rev. W. R. F. Addison Carries A Wounded Man To The Cover Of A Trench Under Heavy Rifle And Machine Gun Fire.

The Rev. William Robert Fountaine Addison, temporary Chaplain to the Forces, 4th Class, Army Chaplain Department, carried a wounded man to the cover of a trench, and assisted several others to the same cover, after binding up their wounds under heavy rifle and machine gun fire. In addition to these unaided efforts, by his splendid example and utter disregard to personal danger he encountered the stretcher-bearers to go forward under heavy fire and collect the wounded. He was deservedly rewarded with the V.C.


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Second Lieutenant Hallowes firing at the enemy from the open as they advanced down a communication trench.


Second Lieutenant Hallowes firing at the enemy from the open as they advanced down a communication trench.

On July 19th 1915, the British mined and destroyed a German redoubt at the west end of the Hooge defences, and also captured a small part of the trenches. They were, short of bombs, and in consequence the enemy were able to advance down a communication in an attempt to deliver a counter attack. Perceiving this, Second Lieutenant Rupert Price Hallowes of the 14th Battalion Middlesex Regiment, with utter indifference to danger, got out of his trench and opened fire on the enemy, killing or wounding several of them. For his great bravery on this occasion Second Lieutenant Hallowes was awarded the M.C.


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Private Godley Working A Machine Gun In Defence Of The Ghlin Bridge At Mons.


Private Godley Working A Machine Gun In Defence Of The Ghlin Bridge At Mons.

While Captain Ashburner and his company were engaged in a struggle against overwhelming odds at the Nimy Bridge, Captain Byng and his men were fighting with equal valour to hold the Ghlin Bridge. The pressure was tremendous and the Germans made considerable progress, but they could not gain the bridge. Private Sidney Frank Godley, of the 4th Battalion The Royal Fusiliers, who though wounded, remained working his machine gun for two hours, inflicted great losses on the enemy. He was rewarded with the V.C. for his great gallantry.


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The 1st Buckinghamshire Battalion at Pozieres, 23rd July 1916 by William Barnes Wollen.


The 1st Buckinghamshire Battalion at Pozieres, 23rd July 1916 by William Barnes Wollen.

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Temporary Captain A. C. T. White Leading A Counter-Attack And Driving The Enemy From A Redoubt.


Temporary Captain A. C. T. White Leading A Counter-Attack And Driving The Enemy From A Redoubt.

Temporary Captain Archie Cecil Thomas White, of the Yorkshire Regiment, was in command of troops holding the southern and western faces of a redoubt. For four days and nights, by his indomitable spirit, great personal courage, and skilful dispositions, he held his position under heavy fire of all kinds and against counter attacks. Though short of supplies and ammunition, his determination never wavered. When the enemy attacked in greatly superior numbers and had almost ejected the British from the redoubt, he led a counter attack, which finally cleared the enemy out of the southern and western faces. He was awarded the V.C. for his most conspicuous bravery.


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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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Sgt. Robert Bye VC, 1st Battalion Welsh Guards near Langemarck by David Rowlands.


Sgt. Robert Bye VC, 1st Battalion Welsh Guards near Langemarck by David Rowlands.

3rd Battle of Ypres, 31st July 1917
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Private Chillingworth assisting in bombing the enemy from a trench, which they had captured.


Private Chillingworth assisting in bombing the enemy from a trench, which they had captured.

On Octber 8th 1815, the enemy attacked with great determination along the trenches occupied by the 3rd Battalion Coldstream guards, near Loos, and came pouring into a trench on the left of that occupied by Private Chillingworth and five other men. The situation was most critical. But realising what had happened, Private Chilingsworth and his comrades sprang forward with great gallantry to face the enemy. With bombs they drove at least ten times their number, who stubbornly opposed them, by foot down the trench until they had recaptured the whole of it. For great bravery and resource Chillingworth was awarded the D.C.M.


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Naik Darwan Sing Negi, The First Indian Soldier to Win The VC by Allan Stewart (P)


Naik Darwan Sing Negi, The First Indian Soldier to Win The VC by Allan Stewart (P)

Naik Darwan Sing Negi, of the 1st Battalion 39th Garhwal Rifles, won the VC on the night of the 23rd-24th November 1914. The enemys line of trenches had to be taken at all costs, and a gallant little party of two officers and some Afridis, well supplied with bombs, cleared the way for the attacking company. Then Naik Darwan Sing went ahead of his section, leading a bayonet charge from traverse to traverse. Three times he was wounded by bombs that were thrown at him, but he worked down the whole length of some 300 yards of trench with the result that it was captured, a great many Germans killed, and 105 taken prisoner, while two machine guns, a trench mortar and many rifles and other equipment were captured. Naik Darwan Sing Negi was the first Indian to be awarded the VC.
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Lance-Naik Biaz Gul Bringing In A Wounded Man To The British Trenches Under Heavy Fire.


Lance-Naik Biaz Gul Bringing In A Wounded Man To The British Trenches Under Heavy Fire.

On December 12th 1914, Lance Naik Biaz Gul get out of his trench and crossed the open ground to a wounded man lying thirty yards from the enemys trenches. A heavy fire was opened on him as he carried the man back over a distance of one hundred yards. But he safely reached the British trenches, and was subsequently awarded the Indian Order of Merit for his conspicuous gallantry.


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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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Lance-Naik Guman Singh, Riflemen Kheta Ram, Dhanna Ram And Maula Dad Bringing Back Ammunition Under Heavy Shell And Rifle Fire At Kurna.


Lance-Naik Guman Singh, Riflemen Kheta Ram, Dhanna Ram And Maula Dad Bringing Back Ammunition Under Heavy Shell And Rifle Fire At Kurna.

At Kurna on December 4th 1914, a machine gun section was very heavily engaged with the enemy across the Tigris. When orders were given for the machine guns to retire, four men and the officer commanding the machine gun section were left to take back two guns and ammunition boxes. The guns were safely removed a distance of 250 yards to the mules, but some ammunition still remained behind. The officer thereupon called for volunteers to fetch it, and Lance-Naik Guman Singh, Riflemen Kheta Ram, Dhanna Ram and Maula Dad gallantly volunteered. The ammunition boxes were brought back in the face of heavy shell and rifle fire, and after the greater part of the firing line had retired. Riflemen Kherta Ram and Dhanna Ram had twice previously brought up ammunition to the guns over the same ground, the last one hundred yards being across an open ploughed field. Lance-Naik Guman Singh worked one of the guns throughout the day, and all four men were rewarded with the Indian Order for their gal.........


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Gallipoli Anzac Beach by Charles Dixon.


Gallipoli Anzac Beach by Charles Dixon.

The Landing at Anzac, April 25th 1915.


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Second Lieutenant Vernon Crawling, Under Heavy Fire, To A German Aeroplane, Brought Down just Behind The British Front Line.


Second Lieutenant Vernon Crawling, Under Heavy Fire, To A German Aeroplane, Brought Down just Behind The British Front Line.

When a German aeroplane was brought down close behind the British frontline trenches on October 26th 1915, the enemy began shelling the spot in order to destroy the machine. Second Lieutenant Stuart Arthur Vernon, of the 3rd Battalion The Border Regiment (attached to the Intelligence corps), crept out at great personal risk and saved the aeroplane from destruction. He brought back very valuable documentary information, and for conspicuous gallantry on several occasions, but notably this, was awarded the M.C.
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The Last Great Cavalry Charge by Lambert.


The Last Great Cavalry Charge by Lambert.

On 31st October 1917, 800 men of the Australian Light Horse Brigade charged entrenched Turko-German defences at Beersheba, Palestine. It was an 11th hour attempt to capture vital water wells and save the attacking allied forces from disaster. Under heavy fire from artillery, aircraft, machine gun and rifle fire and against great odds, they successfully charged into history, their losses were 31 dead, 36 wounded and 70 of their beloved horses died.
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The Last Stage Of Lieutenant Smyths Heroic Journey.


The Last Stage Of Lieutenant Smyths Heroic Journey.

When only Lieutenant Smyth and Sepoy Lal Singh were left of the original eleven they reached a small stream. They were subjected to a heavy fire, and it was some time before they discovered a fordable spot. There they crossed, carrying a box of bombs between them and escaping disaster by some miracle. They reached he firing trench at last, but unfortunately Lal Singh was almost immediately killed. Lieutenant Smyth received the Victoria Cross for this heroic exploit and the ten brave Indians were rewarded with the Indian Distinguished Service Medal.
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Lieutenant Brooke Leading An Attack Under Rifle And Machine Gun Fire To Recapture A Lost British Trench.


Lieutenant Brooke Leading An Attack Under Rifle And Machine Gun Fire To Recapture A Lost British Trench.

On October 31st 1914, the day of the great German onslaught in the first battle of Ypres, Lieutenant James Anson Otho Brooke, of the 2nd Battalion The Gordon Highlanders, was sent across with a message from the right flank to the centre of the defence. He arrived just as the British were once more being driven back by the sheer weight of overwhelming numbers. Seeing that a general counter attack could not be organised to prevent the Germans breaking through, he gathered a handful of men, consisting of servants, coks and orderlies, from the rear: and amidst a storm of bullets from rifles and machine guns, dashed forward and recaptured a lost British trench. He and nearly all his men were killed, but for his most gallant conduct Lieutenant Brooke was awarded the V.C.


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Major Hansen reconnoitring the coast near Suvla Bay.


Major Hansen reconnoitring the coast near Suvla Bay.

On September 9th 1915, just one month after the gallant exploit which gained him the V.C. Captain now Major, Hansen was awarded the M.C. for a most daring reconnaissance along the coast in the neighbourhood of Suvla Bay. Stripping him and carrying only a revolver and a blanket for disguise, he swam through the sea and scrambled over rocks, which severely cut and bruised him. Much valuable information was, however, gained by his reconnaissance and he located a gun that was causing a great deal of damage.


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