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eMedals-WWII Memorial Cross Group of Four

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WWII Memorial Cross Group of Four


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WWII Memorial Cross Group of Four

1939-45 Star; Air Crew Europe Star; 1939-45 War Medal; Canadian Memorial Cross, George VI.R., engraved (SGT. OBSERVER T.M.M. HUNTER, R-98980), in case of issue; Royal Lifesaving Society Medal, Bronze, engraved (.T.HUNTER/ MAY 1925); Silver Operational Wings, clutch back; extremely fine/mint condition. Thomas McLennan Miller Hunter from Winnipeg, Manitoba, was a member of the #10 Squadron. He was Killed in Action on 1st. October 1942, when the Halifax aircraft that he was in was shoot down at Schlewsig, Germany. Sergeant Hunter is buried in the Kiel War Cemetery, Schlewsig-Holstein, Germany.
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