Product images of Medals awarded to Arthur Robert Blore (reverse, right to left, MED1860-1864)
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Medals awarded to Arthur Robert Blore (reverse, right to left, MED1860-1864)
Conspicuous Gallantry Medal awarded to Leading Seaman Arthur Robert Blore, Anson Battalion, Royal Naval Division. Arthur Robert Blore was born in 1890 and entered Collingwood Battalion, Royal Naval Division at the beginning of the First World War. He transferred to the Anson Battalion and served at Cape Helles, Gallipoli 1915. He was promoted to Acting Petty Officer and returned to the Western Front taking part in the Third Stage of the British Offensive, 2 September 1918. He was promoted to Chief Petty Officer in 1918. Blore died in 1947.
Sir B. Mackennal
- Image reference: F3944-2
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London