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Framed collection of service medals presented by family of James Robert Clancy VX44669 including 1939-1945 Star, Pacific Star, Defence Medal, War medal 1939-1945 and Australian Service medal 1939-1945, plus ID tag as well. Attached is also a copy of his certificate of service from DVA Nominal Roll for WW2
Medallion presented to WWll serviceman, James Robert Clancy (VX44669) by the Shire of Upper Murray. The medallion has a silver finish.
Obverse of medallion "FOR GOD KING AND COUNTRY" with raised image of King George VI, reverse of medallion "SHIRE OF UPPER MURRAY IN APPRECIATION 1939-45" with engraved lettering "J.R. CLANCY ARMY"
Certificate of Discharge of James Robert Clancy (VX44669) who enlisted in the Australian Imperial Force on 8th July 1940. Discharged 8th April 1943 due to being medically unfit.
Small pocket size training handbook which includes instruction on topics related to Field Engineering and Mine Warfare, specifically, the Mine Anti-Personnel type M18A1 Claymore mine used in the field by Australian Military Forces. This handbook has a light blue coloured cover in card quality paper and contains 43 printed pages, the last seven pages are larger foldout pages. This book was published in 1966 by Australian Army Headquarters, Canberra.
Holden & Frost Adelaide 44 IB
Premier Wire Works Melbourne Australia on mouth piece Arrow 1942 on side
Printed book written and illustrated by men of Anzac 1916.
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