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  • Canada. The Canadian Medal Rolls: Distinguished Conduct and Military Medal (1939-45 & 1950-53), by Martin Asthon
  • Canada. The Canadian Medal Rolls: Distinguished Conduct and Military Medal (1939-45 & 1950-53), by Martin Asthon

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Canada. The Canadian Medal Rolls: Distinguished Conduct and Military Medal (1939-45 & 1950-53), by Martin Asthon

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Canada. The Canadian Medal Rolls: Distinguished Conduct and Military Medal (1939-45 & 1950-53), by Martin Asthon

This is a well-preserved edition of “The Canadian Medal Rolls: Distinguished Conduct and Military Medal (1939-45 & 1950-53)”, by Martin Ashton. It is constructed of a white card stock binding, with the exterior of the cover bearing full-colour images of the applicable decorations, circumscribed by author and title, while the reverse of the exterior features a point-form list of content. The interior content consists of 129 white paper pages featuring lists of medal recipients, including unit information. It also includes five black-and-white photographs of notable recipients of the decorations. The book was published in 1983 by The Charlton Press of Toronto, Ontario. It measures 133 mm (w) x 212 mm (h). Some creasing and material fatigue is evident, but the book is in an overall better than very fine condition.

 

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