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Tank Museum, Bovington, Dorset 1 year 1 month ago #89425

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The Tank Museum is well worth a visit: tankmuseum.org/

In addition to a lot of hardware, a wealth of information and artefacts, the Tank Museum also has many medals. These are currently housed in two sets of metal pull-out drawers in the Great War and Second World War areas. A notice says they are going to be rehoused this year.

There are a few QSAs to be seen but only a handful. But the small collection is excellent.

The group to P H Johnson. Clasps CC and OFS

Pictures courtesy of the Tank Museum

Here is his biography: www.angloboerwar.com/forum/5-medals-and-...-dsos?start=96#89424

MC, QSA with clasps CC, OFS, Tr, SA01 and SA02 to T Westbrook

First-class cricketer John Hulton, DSO in 1918, served as chief instructor at the Royal Corps Central Schools at Bovington Camp from 1931 to 1935.

Olympian and Brigadier-General John Hardress Lloyd DSO*. Served with the 21st Lancers during the Boer War.

Dr David Biggins
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