Our shop. Stanley Gibbons began as a stamp counter within a family business in Plymouth in 1856. Today at its West End emporium, it offers the broadest retail philatelic stock available anywhere in the world, with over a million stamps available to browse and purchase.
Medals Gone Missing will help you to find and recover that lost war medal. But this website can do more than just find a missing medal. It can also help you to find items of militaria that were once issued to your respective relative. Or - if you are hosting an upcoming event and want the Militaria world to know about it, you can list any Upcoming event for free - no hidden costs or strings.
Tiger Woods will have his first crack at securing a record-setting 83rd PGA Tour victory in two weeks in the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines, the former world number one confirmed this week.The King's Medal of Merit (Norwegian: Kongens fortjenstmedalje) is a Norwegian award. It was instituted in 1908 to reward meritorious achievements in the fields of art, science, business, and public service. It is divided in two classes: gold and silver. The medal in gold is rewarded for extraordinary achievements of importance to the nation and society. The medal in silver may be awarded for.Steam Trading Cards related website featuring trading cards, badges, emoticons, backgrounds, artworks, pricelists, trading bot and other tools.
Just finished King of Cards (Spoilers) spoiler. Good lord, what an experience. I completed the first world yesterday evening and then got to the end this evening, and I have to say that it was a bunch of fun and I just need to put my thoughts down. Base Mechanics: King knight obviously plays differently than the other three knights, doing a shoulder bash much like Wario and either extending.Read More
These cards, which are divided into separate sections for men and women, give details including name, rank and regimental number, as well as information about the campaign medals awarded. They also provide references to the original medal rolls (in WO 329), which can provide a piece of information missing from the card indexes: an individual's battalion number. This is important for those.Read More
One, two or three bars would be added to the medal to represent the number of years for which the medal was awarded. It was proposed that the first three medals would be in bright nickel, the second three in bronze and the final three in silver. If nickel was found to be not suitable the first six medals would be in bronze. Frank Ransom was commissioned to produce models for the various clasps.Read More
I have tried to make it as comprehensive as possible - hence sometimes I'll list a medal although I don't have a picture of it - and I'd welcome all comments and corrections, particularly if you happen to have an image I'm missing! Please click on the initial letter of the nation whose medals you would like to view. note that not everything is there yet, but this site will continue to grow.Read More
Find War Dead How To Search. Last name Initial(s) OR. First name Some records do not include a first name so try searching with initials first. Country (commemorated in) Cemetery or memorial (commemorated at) Service number.Read More
This database contains the Medal Rolls Index, or Medal Index Cards. The collection currently contains approximately 4.8 million people, which is nearly all of the total collection. The records can be searched by first and last name and Corps, Unit or Regiment. These cards were created by the Army Medal Office (AMO) of the United Kingdom in Droitwich near the close of World War I (WWI).Read More
The Costa Book Awards have been running since 1971, although they were known as the Whitbread Awards until 2005. Their aim is to reward books which are both of the highest literary merit but that also appeal to as wide an audience as possible. They are open to authors who have been resident in the UK or Ireland for six months in each of the previous three years. The Awards are generally.Read More
On two occasions, cadets of AFPI have stood first in the all India merit list for NDA and one cadet has topped the merit list for Officers Training Academy, Chennai. In December last year, one AFPI cadet was awarded the bronze medal for standing third in the overall order of merit of the passing out course at the Indian Military Academy, Dehra Dun. As many as 35 cadets of the first two batches.Read More
About UK, Naval Medal and Award Rolls, 1793-1972. This database contains lists of more than 1.5 million officers, enlisted personnel and other individuals entitled to medals and awards commemorating their service with the Royal Navy and Royal Marines between 1793 and 1972. The original medal rolls were compiled by the War Office and are housed at the National Archives of the UK in Kew, Surrey.Read More
Officers and other ranks who served overseas 1914-1918: More than 4 million index cards, created in various formats by the Army records office in the 1920’s to record medal entitlement, provide the most complete listing of those who served with the British army during the First World War. However, those who served on the Home Front or officers who did not apply for their medals are not.Read More