WW2 Royal Navy Group (SPO Thomas, HMS Ivanhoe)
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Second World War medal group consisting of 1939-45 Star, Atlantic Star with France and Germany bar, Italy Star, Defence Medal, War Medal and Royal Navy Long Service Good Conduct Medal. Awarded to K65477 Stoker Petty Officer David John Thomas. The WW2 medals are un-named as issued and the Long Service medal is named as above with HMS Ivanhoe. David John Thomas was born in 1905 in Curmaman, Glamorgan, Wales, a collier by trade. He joined the Royal Navy in June 1924 and served until 1946. He first served under the number M38113 and transferred in November 1924 changing to number K65477. The long service medal was awarded in 1939. From the outbreak of WW2 until the spring of 1941 Thomas served on a number of on shore establishments (Maidstone, Pembroke and Boscowen). After that period there are no further entries on his service papers until his release in 1946 due to WW2 information restrictions. All medals are in good order on original ribbons, with copy of service papers and L.S. medal roll.
8-9 Dans Castle, Tow Law, County Durham, DL13 4AY