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1939-1945 Star

The Star was awarded for six months service on active operations for Army and Navy, and two months for active air-crew between 02 September 1939 and 08 May 1945 (Europe) or 02 September 1945 (Pacific). Battle of Britain: This bar was awarded to those members of the crews of fighter aircraft who took part in the Battle of Britain between 10 July and 31 October 1940. The ribbon consists of three equal stripes: dark blue, red, and light blue (representing the navy, army and air force).

Linked toJohn Wilfred Beattie, WW II Veteran, RCN Able Seaman; Clifford Ross Crowder,, WW II Veteran, Canadian Army ; Frank Gerrard Devereaux, WW II Veteran Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF); Earl James Etue, WW II Veteran Canadian Army A61439; Wilfred Joseph (Bob) Etue, WW II Veteran, Canadian Army M103113; Walter Leo Johnston, WW II Veteran Canadian Army.; Lawrence Smith Millard, WW II Veteran Canadian Army, F507369; Oscar George Priestap, WW II Veteran, A601719 Canadian Army.; John Harold Smith, WW II Veteran, Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF), Warrant Officer 2nd Class (WO2), R 96679, RCAF 500 Sqn; Wellan Anthony Smith, WW II Veteran, Canadian Army, Lance Corporal A37868; Fergus Joseph Wild, WW II Veteran, B135565, Canadian Army, Royal Highland Light Infantry

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