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GERMAN INDIAN LEGION AZAD HIND MEDAL, WW2 India

GERMAN INDIAN LEGION AZAD HIND MEDAL, WW2 India

GERMAN INDIAN LEGION AZAD HIND MEDAL, WW2 India

GERMAN INDIAN LEGION AZAD HIND MEDAL, WW2 India

GERMAN INDIAN LEGION AZAD HIND MEDAL, WW2 India

GERMAN INDIAN LEGION AZAD HIND MEDAL, WW2 India

GERMAN INDIAN LEGION AZAD HIND MEDAL, WW2 India

GERMAN INDIAN LEGION AZAD HIND MEDAL, WW2 India

GERMAN INDIAN LEGION AZAD HIND MEDAL, WW2 India

GERMAN INDIAN LEGION AZAD HIND MEDAL, WW2 India

GERMAN INDIAN LEGION AZAD HIND MEDAL, WW2 India

GERMAN INDIAN LEGION AZAD HIND MEDAL, WW2 India

The order is original. Indian National Army (950 Indisches Infanterie Regiment) AZAD HIND MEDAL INDIAN LEGION IN GERMAN ARMED FORCES, MEDAL (original) , WW2.2nd Class Star, Silver & Bronze Star Medal. Obv: a Tiger’s bust on a radiating star with the name “Azad Hind” around the tiger’s head. This is the Vir-e-Hind Medal of the Azad Hind Fauj founded by Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose. The Azad Hind decorations were instituted by Subhash Chandra Bose while in Germany, initially for Azad Hind Legion, to be awarded for gallantry in the field of battle. Measurements of the medal 2 3/8 x 2 3/8 inches (60 x 60 mm). W- 1.27 OZ 36 gr. It is well-known that the Indian National Army (INA) was first proclaimed in April 1942 after the fall of Malaya and Singapore with Indian Prisoners of War (POW) and the Indian diaspora. This volunteer force known as INA 1 was disbanded in December 1942 due to differences with the Japanese, but later merged with INA 2 raised under Subhas Chandra Bose in July 1943. What is less known is that similar forces at a smaller scale were also raised by Italy and Germany. The free listing tool. The item “GERMAN INDIAN LEGION AZAD HIND MEDAL, WW2 India” is in sale since Saturday, August 31, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\WW II (1939-45)\Original Period Items\Germany\Medals, Pins & Ribbons”. The seller is “unclepotter” and is located in West Hartford, Connecticut. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Germany

WW2 MEDAL GROUP, BOX & SLIP, CHINDIT CASUALTY, 77th INDIAN INF BDE, FROM OSGODBY

WW2 MEDAL GROUP, BOX & SLIP, CHINDIT CASUALTY, 77th INDIAN INF BDE, FROM OSGODBY

WW2 MEDAL GROUP, BOX & SLIP, CHINDIT CASUALTY, 77th INDIAN INF BDE, FROM OSGODBY

WW2 MEDAL GROUP, BOX & SLIP, CHINDIT CASUALTY, 77th INDIAN INF BDE, FROM OSGODBY

WW2 MEDAL GROUP, BOX & SLIP, CHINDIT CASUALTY, 77th INDIAN INF BDE, FROM OSGODBY

WW2 MEDAL GROUP, BOX & SLIP, CHINDIT CASUALTY, 77th INDIAN INF BDE, FROM OSGODBY

WW2 MEDAL GROUP, BOX & SLIP, CHINDIT CASUALTY, 77th INDIAN INF BDE, FROM OSGODBY

WW2 MEDAL GROUP, BOX & SLIP, CHINDIT CASUALTY, 77th INDIAN INF BDE, FROM OSGODBY

WW2 MEDAL GROUP, BOX & SLIP, CHINDIT CASUALTY, 77th INDIAN INF BDE, FROM OSGODBY

WW2 MEDAL GROUP, BOX & SLIP, CHINDIT CASUALTY, 77th INDIAN INF BDE, FROM OSGODBY

WW2 MEDAL GROUP, BOX & SLIP, CHINDIT CASUALTY, 77th INDIAN INF BDE, FROM OSGODBY

WW2 MEDAL GROUP, BOX & SLIP, CHINDIT CASUALTY, 77th INDIAN INF BDE, FROM OSGODBY

ORIGINAL WW2 ARMY MEDAL GROUP OF FIVE AWARDED TO CHINDIT ARTHUR WILLIAM CRAWFORD, 77th INDIAN INFANTRY BRIGADE. KILLED IN ACTION MARCH 6th 1944. MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES WHILE FIGHTING IN THE MIDDLE EAST, LONDON GAZETTE 9th DECEMBER 1942 (3952). ORIGINAL 1939-45 STAR , BURMA STAR, DEFENCE MEDAL AND WAR MEDAL. ALL UN-NAMED AS ISSUED. THE OAK LEAF EMBLEM FOR MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES IS NOT PRESENT. IN ORIGINAL ARMY BOX OF ISSUE. ADDRESSED TO ” MRS A CRAWFORD, THE ROW, OSGODBY, “. ARMY CONDOLENCE MEDAL SLIP NAMED TO 1901946 CPL CRAWFORD, A. COPY OF CWGC CASUALTY DETAILS. CORPORAL ARTHUR WILLIAM CRAWFORD, ROYAL ENGINEERS, 77th INDIAN INFANTRY BRIGADE (CHINDITS). DIED 6th MARCH 1944 AGED 24. SON OF ARTHUR HENRY AND ALICE CRAWFORD, OF OSGODBY, LINCOLNSHIRE. REMEMBERED AT THE TAUKKYAN WAR CEMETERY. THE MEDALS ARE IN MINT UN-WORN CONDITION , PLEASE SEE PHOTO`S. The item “WW2 MEDAL GROUP, BOX & SLIP, CHINDIT CASUALTY, 77th INDIAN INF BDE, FROM OSGODBY” is in sale since Friday, March 8, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War II (1939-1945)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “celtic_1966″ and is located in Gloucester. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Country/ Organization: Great Britain
  • Issued/ Not-Issued: Issued
  • Type: Medals & Ribbons
  • Conflict: World War II (1939-1945)
  • Service: Special Forces
  • Era: 1914-1945

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WW2 MEDAL GROUP, BOX & SLIP, CHINDIT CASUALTY, 77th INDIAN INF BDE, FROM OSGODBY

WW2 MEDAL GROUP, BOX & SLIP, CHINDIT CASUALTY, 77th INDIAN INF BDE, FROM OSGODBY

WW2 MEDAL GROUP, BOX & SLIP, CHINDIT CASUALTY, 77th INDIAN INF BDE, FROM OSGODBY

WW2 MEDAL GROUP, BOX & SLIP, CHINDIT CASUALTY, 77th INDIAN INF BDE, FROM OSGODBY

WW2 MEDAL GROUP, BOX & SLIP, CHINDIT CASUALTY, 77th INDIAN INF BDE, FROM OSGODBY

WW2 MEDAL GROUP, BOX & SLIP, CHINDIT CASUALTY, 77th INDIAN INF BDE, FROM OSGODBY

WW2 MEDAL GROUP, BOX & SLIP, CHINDIT CASUALTY, 77th INDIAN INF BDE, FROM OSGODBY

WW2 MEDAL GROUP, BOX & SLIP, CHINDIT CASUALTY, 77th INDIAN INF BDE, FROM OSGODBY

WW2 MEDAL GROUP, BOX & SLIP, CHINDIT CASUALTY, 77th INDIAN INF BDE, FROM OSGODBY

WW2 MEDAL GROUP, BOX & SLIP, CHINDIT CASUALTY, 77th INDIAN INF BDE, FROM OSGODBY

WW2 MEDAL GROUP, BOX & SLIP, CHINDIT CASUALTY, 77th INDIAN INF BDE, FROM OSGODBY

WW2 MEDAL GROUP, BOX & SLIP, CHINDIT CASUALTY, 77th INDIAN INF BDE, FROM OSGODBY

ORIGINAL WW2 ARMY MEDAL GROUP OF FIVE AWARDED TO CHINDIT ARTHUR WILLIAM CRAWFORD, 77th INDIAN INFANTRY BRIGADE. KILLED IN ACTION MARCH 6th 1944. MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES WHILE FIGHTING IN THE MIDDLE EAST, LONDON GAZETTE 9th DECEMBER 1942 (3952). ORIGINAL 1939-45 STAR , BURMA STAR, DEFENCE MEDAL AND WAR MEDAL. ALL UN-NAMED AS ISSUED. THE OAK LEAF EMBLEM FOR MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES IS NOT PRESENT. IN ORIGINAL ARMY BOX OF ISSUE. ADDRESSED TO ” MRS A CRAWFORD, THE ROW, OSGODBY, “. ARMY CONDOLENCE MEDAL SLIP NAMED TO 1901946 CPL CRAWFORD, A. COPY OF CWGC CASUALTY DETAILS. CORPORAL ARTHUR WILLIAM CRAWFORD, ROYAL ENGINEERS, 77th INDIAN INFANTRY BRIGADE (CHINDITS). DIED 6th MARCH 1944 AGED 24. SON OF ARTHUR HENRY AND ALICE CRAWFORD, OF OSGODBY, LINCOLNSHIRE. REMEMBERED AT THE TAUKKYAN WAR CEMETERY. THE MEDALS ARE IN MINT UN-WORN CONDITION , PLEASE SEE PHOTO`S. The item “WW2 MEDAL GROUP, BOX & SLIP, CHINDIT CASUALTY, 77th INDIAN INF BDE, FROM OSGODBY” is in sale since Wednesday, February 6, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War II (1939-1945)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “celtic_1966″ and is located in Gloucester. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Country/ Organization: Great Britain
  • Issued/ Not-Issued: Issued
  • Type: Medals & Ribbons
  • Conflict: World War II (1939-1945)
  • Service: Special Forces
  • Era: 1914-1945

German Azad Hind Medal Indian Legion Medal, ww2

German Azad Hind Medal Indian Legion Medal, ww2

German Azad Hind Medal Indian Legion Medal, ww2

German Azad Hind Medal Indian Legion Medal, ww2

German Azad Hind Medal Indian Legion Medal, ww2

German Azad Hind Medal Indian Legion Medal, ww2

German Azad Hind Medal Indian Legion Medal, ww2

German Azad Hind Medal Indian Legion Medal, ww2

German Azad Hind Medal Indian Legion Medal, ww2

German Azad Hind Medal Indian Legion Medal, ww2

This rare award was given to the Indian volunteers in the German Army. Authorized by the Free India Committee headed by Chandra Bose during WW2. German- Free India-Azad Hind Medal – Indian Legion Medal. World War 2 era. German – India Diameter : 2 1/2 (60 mm). Weigth 35.8 gr. The free listing tool. The item “German Azad Hind Medal Indian Legion Medal, ww2″ is in sale since Friday, October 26, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\WW II (1939-45)\Original Period Items\Germany\Medals, Pins & Ribbons”. The seller is “ms.sparrow59″ and is located in West Hartford, Connecticut. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Type: Medal
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Germany

Sudan & Ww1 Medal Group With Igs Nwf 1919, Lincoln Regiment & Indian Army Officer

Sudan & Ww1 Medal Group With Igs Nwf 1919, Lincoln Regiment & Indian Army Officer

100% GENUINE FULL SIZE & CORRECTLY NAMED. QUEENS & KHEDIVES SUDAN PAIR WITH THE ATBARA & KHARTOUM CLASPS, 1914-15 TRIO & IGS 1908 WITH AFGHANISTAN NWF 1919 CLASP. 1/4TH RAJPUTS (ON THE TRIO) & MAJOR. 2/11TH RAJPUTS (ON THE IGS). COMPLETE WITH SOME BASIC RESEARCH INCLUDING MEDAL ROLL & MIC DETAILS. THE KHEDIVES SUDAN IS UNNAMED AS ISSUED & THE IGS 1919 IS OFFICIALY RENAMED AS IS COMMON WITH THE MEDAL TO INDIAN ARMY OFFICERS (HOWEVER THE PRICE REFLECTS THIS). Major Ernest Elborough Woodcock Lincolnshire Regiment and Indian Army Born 19 November 1876 at Fyzabad, Bengal, India, son of Colonel Elborough Martin Woodcock, late IA born 21 Jan 1837, commissioned 1856, married at Calcutta 1 December 1864 to Mary Ann Parry Woodcock. In 1885 he was Lt-Col and District Superintendent of Police, grade 1, Fyzabad, Oudh. Colonel 30 Dec 1889, Unemployed Supernumerary List 6 June 1897, died Elmwood, Colyford, Devon 28 April 1909 Ernest had an elder brother, William Charles Marmaduke Woodcock b. 1865 who retired a Lt-Col, IA in 1912. Educated Eagle House School 1886 1891, then Cheltenham College 1891 – 1893. Commissioned a Second Lieutenant, 3rd Battalion, the Sherwood Foresters (Derbyshire Regiment) (Militia) 5 February, 1895. Promoted Lieutenant 1 December 1896 Commissioned Second Lieutenant 1 December 1897 with 1 st battalion Lincolnshire Regiment and joined regiment at Cairo. Served Sudan Expedition, 1898. Battles of Atabara and Khartoum. Khedives Medal and two clasps. Arrived in India with 1st battalion Lincolnshire Regiment November 1898. Appointed Lieutenant, Indian Army from the Lincolnshire Regiment 4th August, 1900, but to rank from 25th October, 1899. Appointed Indian Army & 4th P. Rajputs 4 August 1900. Appointed Adjutant, 4th P. Rajputs 18 May 1904 – 18 May 1908. Promoted Captain 1 December 1906. Appointed temporary Company Commander, 1st battalion, 4th P. Rajputs 2 June 1907? On leave out of India for 8 months from 24 January 1910. Married at Eastbourne in circa May 1910 to Edith Verschoyle, widow of Kynaston Edwards Verschoyle, C. Of Irrigation, Lower Egypt, b. 9 August 1858; d. 17 March 1907; m. Of Matthew Wilson Armour of Liverpool and had a son Harold Denis Edwards Verschoyle, b. 1900, later Lieut-Col, OBE (Mil), Somerset L. And The Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers. Appointed temporary Company Commander, 4 th P. Rajputs (10 th Jats served in India until 1917) The 1st battalion, 4th P. Rajputs were mobilised 20 January 1915, originally as part of 12 th Indian Infantry Brigade, 12 th Indian Division. They landed at Basra in Mesopotamia on 7 February 1915. The regiment served in Mesopotamia until September 1919. Appointed temporary Major 1 September 1915 Promoted Major 1 Dec 1915 (later antedated to 1 Sept 1915) Appointed Company Commander & second in command, 2nd battalion, 11 th Rajputs, 27 September 1918. (The 2nd battalion, 11th Rajputs was formed in India in January 1918) Still with 2nd battalion, 11th Rajputs in April 1919 Indian Army List. Serves with 2nd battalion, 11th Rajputs during 3 rd Afghan war. They were stationed at Loralai, Baluchistan at outbreak of war. The battalion was disbanded in May 1920. In the July 1919, January 1920, April 1920 & April 1921 Indian Army Lists he is listed as being on leave on a medical certificate. Retired as a consequence of ill-health 10 April 1921. Died Elmwood, Colyford, Devon 4 August 1929. PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CONTACT ME WITH ANY QUESTIONS THAT YOU MAY HAVE? AND I WILL BE HAPPY TO OFFER ADVICE AND ASSISTANCE. The item “SUDAN & WW1 MEDAL GROUP WITH IGS NWF 1919, LINCOLN REGIMENT & INDIAN ARMY OFFICER” is in sale since Saturday, December 30, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\19th Century (1800-1899)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “themedalcentre” and is located in Hexham. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Type: Medals & Ribbons
  • Era: 1816-1913
  • Conflict: Boer War (1899-1902)
  • Service: Army
  • Country/ Organization: Great Britain
  • Issued/ Not-Issued: Issued
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Featured Refinements: WW1 Medal

British World War 2 And India Medal Group 5th Gurkha Rifles Indian Army Ab0152

British World War 2 And India Medal Group 5th Gurkha Rifles Indian Army Ab0152

British World War 2 And India Medal Group 5th Gurkha Rifles Indian Army Ab0152

SEE OUR STORE FOR MORE ITEMS OF INTEREST BRITISH WORLD WAR 2 AND INDIA MEDAL GROUP TO LANCE NAIK 5TH GURKHA RIFLES INDIAN ARMY 1939-45 Star regimentaly impressed: 4639 L/Nk. Birkhadur Gurung, 1/5 R. ; Burma Star regimentaly impressed: 4639 L/Nk. British 1939-45 War Medal regimentaly impressed: 4639 L/Nk. ; Indian Independence Medal, 1947 officially impressed: 4639 P/L/Nk, Birkhadur Gurung, 5 G. ; Indian General Service Medal, one clasp, “Jammu and Kashmir 1947-48″ 5430305 L-Nk. Birkhadur Gurung, 1-5 G. The British 1939-45 Star was awarded to any military personnel serving for six months in an operational command between September 3, 1939, and September 2, 1945. Operational service brought to an end through death, disability, or wound, also qualified for the award of the 1939-45 Star, irrespective of length of service. The British Burma Star was awarded to military personnel who served in Burma, China, or Malaya between December 11, 1941, and September 2, 1945. The British 1939-45 War Medal was awarded to all full time personnel of the Armed Forces serving for 28 days or more, between September 3, 1939, and September 2, 1945. The Indian Independence Medal, 1947 was issued to commemorate the Independence of India. The medals are mounted for wear with official ribbons and are in extremely fine condition. AB0152 Digital photos were taken in artificial light, and do not always show colors properly. The item “BRITISH WORLD WAR 2 AND INDIA MEDAL GROUP 5TH GURKHA RIFLES INDIAN ARMY AB0152″ is in sale since Thursday, July 06, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\WW II (1939-45)\Original Period Items\Great Britain\Medals, Pins & Ribbons”. The seller is “surlamer86″ and is located in Bellevue, Washington. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Era: World War 2
  • Product: War Medals
  • Country: India – Great Britain

British World War 2 Medal Group 1st Gurkha Rifles Indian Army Ab0132

British World War 2 Medal Group 1st Gurkha Rifles Indian Army Ab0132

British World War 2 Medal Group 1st Gurkha Rifles Indian Army Ab0132

SEE OUR STORE FOR MORE ITEMS OF INTEREST BRITISH WORLD WAR 2 SERVICE MEDAL GROUP TO LANCE NAIK WITH 1ST GURKHA RIFLES 1939-45 Star regimentaly impressed: 15572/5030059 L/Nk. Santey Kami, 1 G. ; Africa Star regimentaly impressed: 15572/5030059 L/Nk. ; Burma Star regimentaly impressed: 15572/5030059 L/Nk. ; British Defence Medal regimentaly impressed: 15572/5030059 L/Nk. ; British 1939-45 War Medal regimentaly impressed: 15572/5030059 L/Nk. ; Indian Independence Medal, 1947 officially impressed: 15572 L/Nk. The British 1939-45 Star was awarded to any military personnel serving for six months in an operational command between September 3, 1939, and September 2, 1945. Operational service brought to an end through death, disability, or wound, also qualified for the award of the 1939-45 Star, irrespective of length of service. The British Africa Star was awarded to military personnel who served in North Africa or the Mediterean between June 10, 1940, and May12 , 1943. The British Burma Star was awarded to military personnel who served in Burma, China, or Malaya between December 11, 1941, and September 2, 1945. The British Defence Medal was awarded to service personnel for one year service in India. The British 1939-45 War Medal was awarded to all full time personnel of the Armed Forces serving for 28 days or more, between September 3, 1939, and September 2, 1945. The Indian Independence Medal, 1947 was issued to commemorate the Independence of India. The medals are mounted for display with official ribbons and in extremely fine condition. AB0132 Digital photos were taken in artificial light, and do not always show colors properly. The item “BRITISH WORLD WAR 2 MEDAL GROUP 1ST GURKHA RIFLES INDIAN ARMY AB0132″ is in sale since Monday, June 05, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\WW II (1939-45)\Original Period Items\Great Britain\Medals, Pins & Ribbons”. The seller is “surlamer86″ and is located in Bellevue, Washington. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Era: World War 2
  • Product: War Medals
  • Country: India – Great Britain

British World War 2 Medal Group 1st Gurkha Rifles Indian Army Ab0132

British World War 2 Medal Group 1st Gurkha Rifles Indian Army Ab0132

British World War 2 Medal Group 1st Gurkha Rifles Indian Army Ab0132

SEE OUR STORE FOR MORE ITEMS OF INTEREST BRITISH WORLD WAR 2 SERVICE MEDAL GROUP TO LANCE NAIK WITH 1ST GURKHA RIFLES 1939-45 Star regimentaly impressed: 15572/5030059 L/Nk. Santey Kami, 1 G. ; Africa Star regimentaly impressed: 15572/5030059 L/Nk. ; Burma Star regimentaly impressed: 15572/5030059 L/Nk. ; British Defence Medal regimentaly impressed: 15572/5030059 L/Nk. ; British 1939-45 War Medal regimentaly impressed: 15572/5030059 L/Nk. ; Indian Independence Medal, 1947 officially impressed: 15572 L/Nk. The British 1939-45 Star was awarded to any military personnel serving for six months in an operational command between September 3, 1939, and September 2, 1945. Operational service brought to an end through death, disability, or wound, also qualified for the award of the 1939-45 Star, irrespective of length of service. The British Africa Star was awarded to military personnel who served in North Africa or the Mediterean between June 10, 1940, and May12 , 1943. The British Burma Star was awarded to military personnel who served in Burma, China, or Malaya between December 11, 1941, and September 2, 1945. The British Defence Medal was awarded to service personnel for one year service in India. The British 1939-45 War Medal was awarded to all full time personnel of the Armed Forces serving for 28 days or more, between September 3, 1939, and September 2, 1945. The Indian Independence Medal, 1947 was issued to commemorate the Independence of India. The medals are mounted for display with official ribbons and in extremely fine condition. AB0132 Digital photos were taken in artificial light, and do not always show colors properly. The item “BRITISH WORLD WAR 2 MEDAL GROUP 1ST GURKHA RIFLES INDIAN ARMY AB0132″ is in sale since Saturday, May 06, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\WW II (1939-45)\Original Period Items\Great Britain\Medals, Pins & Ribbons”. The seller is “surlamer86″ and is located in Bellevue, Washington. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Era: World War 2
  • Product: War Medals
  • Country: India – Great Britain

British World War 2 And India Medal Group 5th Gurkha Rifles Indian Army Ab0152

British World War 2 And India Medal Group 5th Gurkha Rifles Indian Army Ab0152

British World War 2 And India Medal Group 5th Gurkha Rifles Indian Army Ab0152

SEE OUR STORE FOR MORE ITEMS OF INTEREST BRITISH WORLD WAR 2 AND INDIA MEDAL GROUP TO LANCE NAIK 5TH GURKHA RIFLES INDIAN ARMY 1939-45 Star regimentaly impressed: 4639 L/Nk. Birkhadur Gurung, 1/5 R. ; Burma Star regimentaly impressed: 4639 L/Nk. British 1939-45 War Medal regimentaly impressed: 4639 L/Nk. ; Indian Independence Medal, 1947 officially impressed: 4639 P/L/Nk, Birkhadur Gurung, 5 G. ; Indian General Service Medal, one clasp, “Jammu and Kashmir 1947-48″ 5430305 L-Nk. Birkhadur Gurung, 1-5 G. The British 1939-45 Star was awarded to any military personnel serving for six months in an operational command between September 3, 1939, and September 2, 1945. Operational service brought to an end through death, disability, or wound, also qualified for the award of the 1939-45 Star, irrespective of length of service. The British Burma Star was awarded to military personnel who served in Burma, China, or Malaya between December 11, 1941, and September 2, 1945. The British 1939-45 War Medal was awarded to all full time personnel of the Armed Forces serving for 28 days or more, between September 3, 1939, and September 2, 1945. The Indian Independence Medal, 1947 was issued to commemorate the Independence of India. The medals are mounted for wear with official ribbons and are in extremely fine condition. AB0152 Digital photos were taken in artificial light, and do not always show colors properly. The item “BRITISH WORLD WAR 2 AND INDIA MEDAL GROUP 5TH GURKHA RIFLES INDIAN ARMY AB0152″ is in sale since Saturday, May 06, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\WW II (1939-45)\Original Period Items\Great Britain\Medals, Pins & Ribbons”. The seller is “surlamer86″ and is located in Bellevue, Washington. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Era: World War 2
  • Product: War Medals
  • Country: India – Great Britain

British World War 2 Medal Group 1st Gurkha Rifles Indian Army Ab0132

British World War 2 Medal Group 1st Gurkha Rifles Indian Army Ab0132

British World War 2 Medal Group 1st Gurkha Rifles Indian Army Ab0132

SEE OUR STORE FOR MORE ITEMS OF INTEREST BRITISH WORLD WAR 2 SERVICE MEDAL GROUP TO LANCE NAIK WITH 1ST GURKHA RIFLES 1939-45 Star regimentaly impressed: 15572/5030059 L/Nk. Santey Kami, 1 G. ; Africa Star regimentaly impressed: 15572/5030059 L/Nk. ; Burma Star regimentaly impressed: 15572/5030059 L/Nk. ; British Defence Medal regimentaly impressed: 15572/5030059 L/Nk. ; British 1939-45 War Medal regimentaly impressed: 15572/5030059 L/Nk. ; Indian Independence Medal, 1947 officially impressed: 15572 L/Nk. The British 1939-45 Star was awarded to any military personnel serving for six months in an operational command between September 3, 1939, and September 2, 1945. Operational service brought to an end through death, disability, or wound, also qualified for the award of the 1939-45 Star, irrespective of length of service. The British Africa Star was awarded to military personnel who served in North Africa or the Mediterean between June 10, 1940, and May12 , 1943. The British Burma Star was awarded to military personnel who served in Burma, China, or Malaya between December 11, 1941, and September 2, 1945. The British Defence Medal was awarded to service personnel for one year service in India. The British 1939-45 War Medal was awarded to all full time personnel of the Armed Forces serving for 28 days or more, between September 3, 1939, and September 2, 1945. The Indian Independence Medal, 1947 was issued to commemorate the Independence of India. The medals are mounted for display with official ribbons and in extremely fine condition. AB0132 Digital photos were taken in artificial light, and do not always show colors properly. The item “BRITISH WORLD WAR 2 MEDAL GROUP 1ST GURKHA RIFLES INDIAN ARMY AB0132″ is in sale since Thursday, April 06, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\WW II (1939-45)\Original Period Items\Great Britain\Medals, Pins & Ribbons”. The seller is “surlamer86″ and is located in Bellevue, Washington. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom
  • Era: World War 2
  • Product: War Medals
  • Country: India – Great Britain