Published June 1999
by Stationery Office .
Written in English
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The main United Kingdom, or Prime Minister's list, details the people from all walks of life awarded honours for the New Year Separate lists are also published for honours awarded in a number of dependencies and overseas territories. In total 1, people have received an award. SUPPLEMENT TO^THE LONDON GAZETTE, MAY, two isolated cases. This, combined with the. fact -that the military and civil authorities were very properly endeavouring to send away all redundant personnel and stores as- quickly and inconspicuously as possible in local ships; threw a great strain both on my staff and on the staffsFile Size: 1MB. SUPPLEMENT TO THE LONDON GAZETTE, 11 SEPTEMBER, that the story of the epic fight of No. Squadron under Squadron-Leader J. W. Donaldson, D.S.O., near Andalsnes, may not be lost to History. The outcome, as it affects this account, was the virtual loss of 2 squadrons in the sinking of the •Aircraft Carrier Glorious afterFile Size: 3MB. Supplement to the London Gazette of Tuesday, 9 July , Number , pp– by Archibald Wavell Number Operations of East Africa Command, 12th .
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SUPPLEMENT TO The London Gazette of Friday, 14th June tjefr by* JVuttprriig Registered as a Newspaper SATURDAY, 15TH JUNE CENTRAL CHANCERY OF THE ORDERS OF KNIGHTHOOD ST. JAMES'S PALACE, LONDON S.W.I 15th June THE QUEEN has been graciously pleased, on the occasion of the Celebration of Her Majesty's. SUPPLEMENT TO The London Gazette Of TUESDAY, the 22nd of SEPTEMBER, by Registered as a newspaper THURSDAY, 24 SEPTEMBER, War Office, zqth September, The KING has been graciously pleased to approve the award of the VICTORIA CROSS to: No. Sergeant Keith Elliott, New Zealand Military Forces. At Ruweisat at dawn on the i5th. SUPPLEMENT TO THE LONDON GAZETTE, 8 FEBRUARY, 2nd Lt. G. C. PHILP () to be Lt, 2nd Sept. 2nd Lt. S. J. EDWARDS () to be Lt., 30thFile Size: KB. SUPPLEMENT TO The London Gazette Of TUESDAY the 10th of NOVEMBER. bg TUESDAY, NOVEM War-Office, 9th November BREVET. HER Majesty has been pleased to appoint the following Officers to take rank by Brevet as under-mentioned. The commissions to be dated 9th November General Sir George Nugent, Bart, and G.C.B. General File Size: KB.