2 edition of Abu Klea medal rolls found in the catalog.
Abu Klea medal rolls
J. V. Webb
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Date of the Battle of Abu Klea: 17 th January Place of the Battle of Abu Klea: In the bend of the River Nile, North of Khartoum.
Combatants at the Battle of Abu Klea: A British force against the Mahdi’s Sudanese army. Commanders at the Battle of Abu Klea: Major General Sir Herbert Stewart against the Mahdi’s lieutenants. This eventually led to the compilation of my first book, Abu Klea Medal Rolls, published inwhich helped to disprove the many Egypt medals which had fraudulently acquired Abu Klea clasps, added either by the recipients or as a result of subsequent passage through the medal trade.
Full title 'The Abu Klea Medal Rolls to which are added the Rolls of the Remaining Camel Corps Detachments and many of the "Odd Men" who served in the Nile Expedition, and at Suakin in '. Fine copy in blue cloth lettered in silver, published by the author. Lovely copy of a scarce and detailed title.
Seller Inventory # The Abu Klea medal rolls to which are added the rolls of the remaining Camel Corps Detachments, and many of the 'Odd Men' who served in the Nile Expedition and at Suakin in by J. Webb. Published by J.V. Webb in London ((22 Highbury Terrace), Highbury, N5).Pages: The Abu Klea Medal Rolls: To which are Added the Rolls of the Remaining Camel Corps Detachments, and Many of the 'Odd Men' who Served in the Nile Expedition and at Suakin in J.
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Webb (J.V.). The Abu Klea Medal Rolls, to which are added The Rolls of the remaining Camel Corps Detachment1st edition,original blue cloth, spine very slightly faded, 8vo, together with Kirkland (Frederick, [editor]), Sometimes Forgotten, Being a record of those of Australia's military forces (RAN, Army, RAAF), who died and those who were decorated in Vietnam, Malaya, Borneo.
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Author: J. V Webb.English, Book, Illustrated edition: The Abu Klea medal rolls, to which are added the Abu Klea medal rolls book of the remaining Camel Corps detachments, and many of the "Odd Men" who served in the Nile Expedition and at Suakin in / J.V. Webb. Webb, J. Medal Rolls Our extensive medal rolls are a free resource made available to help you to research medal recipients and their awards.
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He is also a long-term member of the Orders and Medals Research Society. Full title 'The Abu Klea Medal Rolls to which are added the Rolls of the Remaining Camel Corps Detachments and many of the "Odd Men" who served in the Nile Expedition, and at Suakin in '.
Fine copy in blue cloth lettered in silver, published by the author. Lovely copy of a scarce and detailed title. Codice articolo About UK, Military Campaign Medal and Award Rolls, This database contains lists of more than million officers, enlisted personnel and other individuals entitled to medals and awards commemorating their service in campaigns and battles for the British Army between and Col.
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This was due to the involvement of the British in Egypt after the opening of the Suez Canal in and the foreign armies that started an anti. Battle of Abu Klea, 17 January William Barns Wollen (–) National Army Museum Back to image.
Photo credit: National Army Museum. Send information to Art Detective. How you can use this image. This image can be used for non-commercial research or private study purposes, and other UK exceptions to copyright permitted to users based. The Egypt Medal (–) was awarded for the military actions involving the British Army and Royal Navy during the Anglo-Egyptian War and in the Sudan between and Resentment at increasing British and other European involvement in Egypt since the opening of the Suez Canal in triggered an Egyptian army mutiny that threatened the authority of the British-backed Khedive Type: Campaign medal.
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EGYPT MEDAL awarded with no bar, medals to 19th Hussars. bar TEL-EL-KEBIR, to 19th Hussars. bar EL-TEB, to 19th Hussars. bar SUAKKINbars to 19 Hussars. bar ABU KLEA, to 19th Hussars. bar KIRBEKAN, “One squadron 19 Hussars” bar SUAKIN19 Hussars “present” KHEDIVE'S EGYPTIAN STAR ().
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