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Lloyd"s war medal for bravery at sea

George A. Brown

Lloyd"s war medal for bravery at sea

by George A. Brown

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Published by Western Canadian Distributors in Canada .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementGeorge A. Brown.
ContributionsLloyd"s of London.
The Physical Object
Pagination181p. :
Number of Pages181
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14905023M
ISBN 100094813655

I have just modified one external link on Lloyd's War Medal for Bravery at Sea. Please take a moment to review my edit. If you have any questions, or need the bot to ignore the links, or the page altogether, please visit this simple FaQ for additional information. I made . 18) London Passenger Transport Board: Correspondence with the London Transport Executive regarding the donation of a London Passenger Transport Board Medal for Gallantry. 19) Lloyds Medal for Bravery at Sea: Correspondence with Lloyds Banks regarding the donation of two Lloyd's Medals for Bravery at Sea.

He was later awarded the MBE and Lloyds War Medal for Bravery at Sea. The attack on Sultan Star was witnessed on the horizon by the destroyers in the screen of HMS Exeter (68) (Capt F.S. Bell, CB, RN), returning to the UK from the Battle of the River Plate. Lloyd's Medal for Bravery Master Ena de Larrinaga. King's Commendation for Bravery ; The ship was torpedoed and sank. Two boats got away, one, in charge of the second officer, was later picked up.

The master Cyril Maurice Andrews and the chief officer Eric Arnold Hickling were both awarded the OBE and the Lloyds War Medal for bravery at sea. On board: We have details of 34 people who were on board. Henry Wilson, was Fourth Engineer Office of the cargo ship S.S. Denpark, part of Convoy SL, sailing from Takoradi to Workington with a cargo of 5, tons of manganese ore, and was awarded his Lloyd’s War Medal for Bravery at Sea after the Denpark was torpedoed, miles north-west of the Cape Verde Islands, in the North Atlantic Ocean.


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Lloyd"s war medal for bravery at sea by George A. Brown Download PDF EPUB FB2

Rows  Inwith the coming of the Second World War, Lloyd's set up a committee to find means of honouring seafarers who performed acts of exceptional courage at sea, and this resulted in the announcement on 27 December of the "Lloyd’s War Medal for Bravery at Sea". The first awards were announced in March   Lloyd's war medal for bravery at sea.

by,(Corporation of Lloyds edition, in EnglishPages: “Lloyd's War Medal for Bravery at Sea” was instituted December 17th, by Lloyd’s Insurance Company and authorised by the British Admiralty and the Ministry of Shipping.

The medal was presented during World War Two only to officers and hands of the Merchant Navy and the fishing fleet for exceptionally courageous conduct in wartime. rows  The Lloyd's War Medal for Bravery at Sea is one of the four Lloyd's Medal types.

He was also awarded an OBE. This medal was awarded by Lloyds of London to officers and men of the Merchant Navy and fishing fleet in cases of exceptional gallantry at sea in time of war; the medal was first announced in Decemberwith the approval of the Admiralty and Ministry of Shipping; the medal was first awarded on 18 March Awarded to William Harvey.

Obverse: A heroic figure symbolising courage and endurance, seated looking out over the sea towards a distant liner, holding a wreath in his right hand. Legend: "AWARDED BY LLOYDS". Reverse: A trident within a wreath of oak leaves and acorns. Inscription on a ribbon accross the centre.

"BRAVERY". Unnamed Second World War period life saving medal, which was awarded by Lloyd's Committee to officers and men of the Merchant Navy and fishing fleet in cases of exceptional gallantry at sea in time of war; the medal was first announced in Decemberwith the approval of the Admiralty and Ministry of Shipping; and was first awarded on 18 March   The first awards were announced in Marchand the last in October — all awards were for acts during the Second World War.

In all Lloyd’s War Medals for Bravery at Sea were awarded. Re: Lloyds War Medal for Bravery at Sea The Loss of the Trevessa On the 7th of December,on the island of Mauritius in the Indian Ocean, there took place the final of a series of Board of Trade meetings, which then issued its Wreck Report for the steamship Trevessa.

WW2 People's War Homepage Archive List Timeline About This Site: Contact Us: Lloyd’s War Medal for Bravery at Sea (Part Two) by Bernard de Neumann. You are browsing in: Archive List > Merchant Navy. In all Lloyd’s War Medals for Bravery at Sea were awarded.

The following members of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary Service have been awarded the Lloyd’s War Medal for Bravery at Sea.

In Lloyd's of London formed a committee to find means of honouring seafarers who performed acts of exceptional courage at sea.

LLOYD'S WAR MEDAL FOR BRAVERY AT SEA by George A. Brown at - ISBN - ISBN - - HardcoverPrice Range: £30 - £ The Sea Gallantry Medal (SGM) (officially 'The Board of Trade Medal for Saving Life at Sea'), is an award for civil gallantry at sea in Great Britain and the Commonwealth.

The Merchant Shipping Act permitted the issue of this award and SGMs were first struck in Next (higher): Constabulary Medal (Ireland). Buy Lloyd's War Medal for bravery at Sea, Oxfam, Books, History. Consult Lloyd’s Medals, for a published list of officers and men of the Merchant Navy and Fishing Fleet of exceptional gallantry at sea in the time of.

Lloyd's Medal for Saving Life at Sea. The Lloyd's Medal for Saving Life at Sea was instituted in and bestowed in recognition of bravery in rescuing, or attempting to rescue, those whose lives were endangered at sea. It was also awarded during the Second World War.

LLOYD'S WAR MEDAL. FOR. BRAVERY AT SEA. THIRD LIST OF AWARDS. Charles Pollard, Chief Engineer. John Lewis Jones, Apprentice. The ship, hit by a raider and abandoned, caught fire. One boat with 16 men lay to a sea anchor during the night, as a heavy gale had sprung up.

Lloyd's War Medal for Bravery At Sea. This medal, only issued in silver, was awarded by Lloyd's to seafarers who performed acts of exceptional courage during WWII. The first awards were announced in Marchand the last in October The sources for this medal roll are as follows and we are grateful to Bob Scarlett for permission to extract the details from his book.

Award: Lloyd's War Medal for Bravery at Sea & Commendation. From Union-Castle Chronicle by Marischal Murray: "Several of the Walmer Castle's crew were killed, some in circumstances of great heroism. The cook lost his life in saving the chief steward. Lloyds Silver War Medal for Bravery at Sea.

I think the word,'War' is a clue. It was only ever awarded to Merchant Seamen regardless of rank. It came in the post. There was a citation in Lloyds Gazette. No Certificate/scroll. My Dad was not 'allowed' to wear it because it was not a Crown medal.

He valued it more than the D.S.C. because it was a. For his courage and service in PQ18, CAPTAIN HARTLEY was awarded the D.S.C and Lloyds Medal for bravery at Sea." (Ministry of War report) The COPELAND then went to Halifax for her next 4 voyages (the rescue of the SS Aymeric in May ) and then Gibraltar, then another trip to Murmansk (N.

Russia) and then Gib. again before Dad joined.Stanley Anderson (deceased) - Commendation – when Ordinary Seaman. Stanley Anderson (deceased) - Lloyd’s War Medal for Bravery at Sea – when Ordinary Seaman. Died 05 January – Tower Hill Memorial, Panel The master John Henry Biggs was awarded the CBE and the Lloyds War Medal for bravery at sea.

Photos of the sinking Strathallan: Photos taken by Paul V. Graham and courtesy of his son Roger N. Graham.