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WWII Memorial Cross Group of Five


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WWII Memorial Cross Group of Five

1939-45 Star; Defence Medal; CVSM with Overseas bar; 1939-45 War Medal; Memorial Cross, George VI.R., reverse engraved: SGT. AIR GUNNER K.P. GEMMEL R-180825); swing mounted on pin bar, very fine or better. Sergeant, Air Gunner Keith Pratt Gemmel born on 6th August 1924 in Markdale, Ontario died on 3rd July 1943 at age 19. He was in #19 Operational Training Unit andhis Whitley aircraft #AL877 crashed 7 miles south west of Solwinnie, Scotland. Group comes with a copy of his service record.
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