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eMedals-Canadian Forces Decoration Group. Spr G. Marcoux

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Canadian Forces Decoration Group. Spr G. Marcoux


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Canadian Forces Decoration Group. Spr G. Marcoux

British War and Victory Medals (2134832 PTE. G. MAROUX. 22-CAN.INF.); Defence Medal; War Medal 1939-45; Canadian Volunteer Service Medal with Overseas Bar; Canadian Forces Decoration, George VI (SPR. G. MARCOUX); and Jubilee Medal 1935. Naming is officially impressed on BWM and VM; CFD officially engraved on reverse of CANADA suspension bar. Original ribbons, extremely fine. Accompanied by copies of his Attestation Paper, Service Records, Medical Records and Discharge Certificate for WWI. Footnote: Georges Marcoux was born in Sainte-Marie-de-Beauce, Quebec on August 13, 1894. He signed his Attestation Paper in Quebec City on January 13, 1917 and joined the CEF in the Great War. He arrived in England on May 14, 1917 and eventually made his way to the 22nd Battalion in September 1917. He was wounded in the field on August 28, 1918 and later received fourteen days leave in Paris that October. He sailed for Canada from Southampton and arrived in Halifax on July 8, 1919. Upon demobilization, he was discharged from active service on July 11, 1919 at Quebec City. He continued to serve his country in World War II.
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