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War Awards

The first lists were published in The Times August 25, 1917 of appointments to the two new Orders - the Order of the British Empire and the Order of the Companions of Honour. The First List

The Medal of the Order of the British Empire was awarded for services of special merit rendered to the Empire by men and women in manual and other work done for the war. Published in The Times August 25, 1917. Munition Workers

During March, 1917 The Times announced the names of nurses that had been brought to the notice of the Secretary of State for War, for valuable service rendered in connection with the war. While researching a family member for West Otago, I decided as other lists, to record all names found with my notes, rather than just Otago and New Zealand names.

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Announced:- The Times August 25, 1917; Companions of Honour

Indian Honours and Most Honourable Order of the Bath. Announced:- The Times January 1, 1917 Please advise me if names are spelt incorrectly as the original print was not a clear copy.

Most Honourable Order of the Bath, Announced:- The Times February 13, 1917. The Royal Victorian Order, the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George, and Knight Bachelor.

King's Police Medal to the following officers of Police Forces and Fire Brigades in the United Kingdom, the Empire of India, and his Majesty's Dominions beyond the Seas. Police Medals. Announced:- The Times February 13, 1917.

There are further lists I hope to add soon.



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