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- People in story:
- Captain Duncan Cameron Kennedy
- Location of story:
- Scotland, Greenock
- Background to story:
- Royal Navy
- Article ID:
- Contributed on:
- 25 July 2005
These are some of the medals my Grandad got.
North Africa 1942-43 Clasp.
Awarded to personnel of the Royal Navy Inshore Squadrons & Merchant Navy who worked inshore between October 1942 and May 1943.
France and Germany Clasp Denoted entilement to the France & Germany Star.
Left to right should be the right precedure.
Not as in scanned picture. Peter WW2 site Helper advised this.
War medal 1939-45
The Silver rose Emblems shown at the bottom are worn on the Campaign Stars, they were awarded to Royal Navy Inshore Squadrons.
A good site to check out the medals is the
Duncan also got the MID Oak Leaf which should be attached to the ribbon of the 1939-45 war Medal.
Hope fully my uncle can find this soon.
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