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1914-15 Star, (8389 Sjt. T.J. Jones, R.Fus:); British War Medal; Victory Medal 1914-19, with genuine Mention in Despatches 'Emblem' on ribbon (L-8389 AWO.Cl.2 T.G. Jones, R.Fus.); Army Long Service & Good Conduct Medal, GVR., FM. bust obverse, scroll suspender (8389 CQM.Sjt. T.G. Jones, R.Fus.) : (THOMAS GRIFFITH JONES - At the outbreak of World War One the 3rd. Battalion. Royal Fusiliers was stationed at Lucknow in India and returned to England : The Battalion landed in France in mid January 1915, where during April 1915 it took part in the Second Battle of Ypres : The recipient joined the Battalion in France from 7 May 1915 and would no doubt have been in action at the Battle of Loos in September 1915 : The Battalion was sent to Egypt in October 1915 and from there to Salonika and did not return to France until 8 July 1918 : In 1920 the Battalion was sent to Danzig, Germany as part of the Occupation Force : The recipient was 'Mentioned in Despatches' by Field-Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, late Commander in Chief, British Armies in France, and announced in the London Gazette dated 12 January 1920, for "Distinguished and gallant services and devotion to duty'.) : Sold with verification, copy London Gazette entry, the recipient's original bullion chevrons of rank, collar devices, and ribbon bar : Note the different second initial letter in the naming on the 1914-15 Star : Mounted as worn on brooch bar from original silk ribbons. GVF-NEF - £445