50 calibre Browning Machine Gun blank round.
Bullet (disabled, inert) on a gold chain.
This medal was awarded to all members of the armed forces, 1914-18, in recognition of their arduos services in bringing the war to a successful conclusion. It was also awarded for service in Russia in 1919-20 and for mine clearance in the North Sea between 11th November 1918 and 30th November 1919.
The need for a gallantry medal for other ranks (not officers)was first recognised during the Crimean war. The medals have always been issue named, and carry the number, rank and name of the recipient on the rim, together with the date of the act of gallantry, from 1881 until about 1901.
This medal was awarded to those who saw service in any theatre of war between 5th August 1914 and 31st December 1915, other than those who had already qualified for the 1914 star.
This gorgeous pilot bear is hand made using only the finest materials and fully conforms to all European safety standards. He comes with goggles and bomber jacket and is suitable for everyone over 3 years old.
Back in 1967 Waterloo Station was filled with the hustle and bustle of commuters, the image was captured by the renowned railway artist Terence Cuneo.
The jigsaw has 636 pieces and is panoramic.
On Monday 7th May 1945, following six years of war, the nation and indeed the whole world erupted into scenes of jubilation following the unconditional surrender by Germanys General Jodl. The war in Europe was over.
Within minutes of the announcement, many thousands of people gathered on the streets of Great Britain to celebrate the event.
This jigsaw depicts the image of one of those streets.