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Topics > War and Rebellion > First World War (1914-18) > Medals

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A 'Dead Man's Penny' - commemorative medal presented to families of soldiers who died during the First World WarA 'Dead Man's Penny' - commemorative medal presented to families of soldiers who died during the First World WarA 'Dead Man's Penny' - commemorative medal presented to families of soldiers who died during the First World WarA 'Dead Man's Penny' - commemorative medal presented to families of soldiers who died during the First World War
Victoria Cross, 1917Victoria Cross, 1917A letter written with his left hand by Company Sergeant Major John Henry Williams, 12 January 1919 (incorrectly dated 1918), to his Company Commander [page 1 of 2]A letter written with his left hand by Company Sergeant Major John Henry Williams, 12 January 1919 (incorrectly dated 1918), to his Company Commander [page 1 of 2]
Company Sergeant Major John Henry Williams, the most decorated Welsh First World War soldier, 12 February 1924Company Sergeant Major John Henry Williams, the most decorated Welsh First World War soldier, 12 February 1924Former Company Sergeant Major Jack Williams and former Private John Williams outside the Guard Room, Brecon Barracks at the Comrades' Reunion, 15 May 1932Former Company Sergeant Major Jack Williams and former Private John Williams outside the Guard Room, Brecon Barracks at the Comrades' Reunion, 15 May 1932