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1914-15 Star to the Royal Engineers


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1914-15 Star to the Royal Engineers

1914-15 Star to the Royal Engineers - 2nd/1st Field Company KIA - (2923 SPR. T. NATHANIEL. R.E.). Naming is officially impressed. Light contact, oxidation spots on the obverse, very fine.  Footnote: Sapper T. Nathaniel, 2nd/1st (Lowland) Field Company, Royal Engineers was the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nathaniel, of 13, Bridge St., Cambuslang, Glasgow. He died on July 12, 1915, during the Gallipoli Campaign, at the age of 19 and is remembered with honour on the Helles Memorial, Panel 23 to 25 or 325 to 328. The Helles Memorial stands on the tip of the Gallipoli Peninsula. It takes the form of an obelisk over thirty metres high that can be seen by ships passing through the Dardanelles
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