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Victory Medal 1914-19, correctly impressed naming - 2.Lieut. C.C. ANDREWS (CECIL CHARLES ANDREWS - Born 18 September 1889 at Portsmouth, Hampshire, the son of Major Henry George Andrews : Educated at public schools in the London area and King's College, London, he was a Surveyor of Taxes by profession and a member of the Inns of Court Officer Training Corps on the date of attestation, 10 December 1915 : He was placed on Army Reserve until 12 July 1917 : On 26 March 1918 he was discharged on being appointed to a Commission as a Second Lieutenant in the Royal Munster Fusiliers : He entered the war in France from 31 August 1918 and was attached to 7th.Battalion, Royal Irish Regiment : On 1 October 1918, in action at Wervicq, Belgium, his jaw was shattered by a machine-gun bullet and on 12 October 1918 was invalided to England, where he was hospitalised for many months : He was still receiving treatment at the Experance Hospital, Eastbourne, on 30 April 1919, on which date he wrote to the War Office to make application for a wound gratuity. He was also entitled to the British War Medal.) : Sold with verification; copy Officer's Service Papers; copy London Gazette entry. NEF - £165