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For over 100 yrs the Distinguished Conduct Medal was the second highest medal that could be awarded for gallantry to the other ranks of the British Army and in some cases the RAF and Royal Navy, yet the holders of this award have rarely been given the recognition they deserve. While the heroic exploits of the Victoria Cross holders have been the subject of repeated accounts, DCM holders have been largely ignored in print.

The graphic narrative history sets the record straight by describing the conspicuous courage of men who have been awarded the DCM in the Crimean and the colonial wars, the 2 World Wars and during recent conflicts in the Falklands and the Gulf. Told often in their own words, their extraordinary acts of bravery and self-sacrifice are the central focus of this book.

THIS BOOK IS SECOND HAND- BUT AS NEW (NOT READ!)

Hardback with dust jacket, published in 2012, many black and white photographs, 200 pgs.

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