[This is the first half of a double page spread, printed in the diary] [The title is centred across the two pages and reads as follows in total:]
Decorations awarded for honourable service in The Great European and other wars of recent years.
[Then follows a number of decorations and medals] 1 [and] 9 2 [and] 10 3 [and] 11 4 [and] 12 5 [and] 13 6 [and]14
[There are images of two medals in the centre of the two-page spread]
[This is the second half of a double page spread] [The title is centred across the two pages and reads as follows in total:] PRO PATRIA Decorations awarded for honourable service in The Great European and other wars of recent years.
[Then follows a number of decorations and medals] 17 [and] 25 18 [and] 26 19 [and] 27 20 [and] 28 21 [and] 29 22 [and] 30
For index see overleaf
[The following is as printed in the diary] PRO PATRIA
DECORATIONS AWARDED FOR HONOURABLE SERVICE IN RECENT WARS.
1 V.C. (Navy). 18 Thibet, 1903. 2 V.C. (Army). 19 India 1908. 3 D.S.O. (Dis. Ser. Order). 20 S. Africa, 1900 (Queen's) 4 M.C. (Military Cross). 21 S. Africa, 1901 (King's 5. Military Medal. 22 S. Africa, 1903 (Transp. 6 G. Roberts, March, 1880. 25 Long Ser. and Good Con 9 Egypt, 1882 (British). (Army). 10 Egypt (1882) (Khedive's). 26 D.C.M. (Dis. Con. Medal) 11 Africa General Service. 27 Meritorious Ser., 1917 12 Soudan, 1896 (British) 28 1914 Star. 13 Soudan, 1896 (Egyptian). 29 Territorial Efficiency. 14 Zulu, 1879 30 Soudan, 1910. 17 China, 1860 to 1900.
All the above are Army decorations with one exception, viz., the Naval V.C. Other Naval decorations are illustrated below - the colour in all cases being blue and white, except in the case of the General Service Medal, which is in red and white.
[Four medals, with differing bands of dark and light] [The description of each medal is below the picture of each:} Distinguised Distinguised Good General Service Cross Service 1914 Conduct Service
Charles Letts's BOY SCOUTS' Note Book and Diary for 1919. With useful Information for Boy Scouts.
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