Item DCH Mil 093. - [Decorated soldier and son]

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DCH Mil 093.


[Decorated soldier and son]


  • [c1920] (Creation)

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1 glass negative: b&w ; 140 x 88 mm.

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A private in the Royal Artillery displaying two wound stripes, two good conduct chevrons, five overseas chevrons and medal ribbons. The lower overseas chevron appears to be a different colour than the others suggesting it was coloured red to denote service in 1914. He has a patch on his upper arm showing crossed trumpets and identifyimg him as a trumpeter. He is photographed with a boy, presumably his son, aged about ten years old.

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Action: digitized. Action identifier: cymruww1. Date: 2013. Authorization: The Welsh experience of World War One, 1914-1918.


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Access to the original work by authorised permission only. Users are directed to use the digital image.

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Preferred citation: DCH Mil 093.

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Llyfrgell Genedlaethol Cymru = The National Library of Wales

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