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George VIR., reverse officially engraved: LT. COL. R.L.JUNKIN. M.C. In case of issue, extremely fine. Robert Lawrence Junkin was born in Ontario on 5th. July 1890 and prior to enlisting in the CEF on February 1915, he was a Civil Engineer. Military Cross won as a Lieutenant in the Canadian Engineers. MC citation LG 11/14/16., CG 12/23/16: For conspicuous gallantry during operations. He built a strong point by day under heavy shell-fire and in difficult circumstances. On another occasion he wired the front when the enemy was only 60 yards distant. He has done other fine work under fire.
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