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Australia, South Africa. Four Second War Campaign Medals

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Australia, South Africa. Four Second War Campaign Medals

Three Australia medals: War Medal 1939-1945 (VX26364 W.J. JOHNSTON); Australia Service Medal 1939-1945 (SX12113 R.V. MILTON); Australia Service Medal 1939-1945; and South Africa: Africa Service Medal (172761 A.T. FORBES). Three with original ribbons, the WM with a pinback, ranging from fine to very fine.

 

Footnote: William John Johnston was born on July 2, 1907 in Culverden, New Zealand. He was a resident of Kew, Victoria when he enlisted with the Australian Army (VX26364) on June 13, 1940 at Caulfield, Victoria, naming his next-of-kin as Thelma Johnston, his awards marked "VX" ("Q" for Victoria, "X" for Australian Imperial Forces). Corporal Johnston was with 5 Australian Army when he was discharged on October 4, 1944.

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