Tales of valour
PASCOE A, (Gunner)
“F” Battalion, Tank Corps
For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. In action on 20th November 1917, his tank having been knocked out by a direct hit, he volunteered to fill up a place in a crew of another tank going into action at Crevecourt. Here he was wounded and although suffering from great pain and exhaustion, he stuck to the tank which was engaged continuously till morning of 24th, when the tank returned to the rallying point.
BRITISH WAR MEDAL 1914-18 (SILVER)
Country: United KingdomBritish War Medal 1914 - 1920 This medal, issued in both silver and bronze ...