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Distinguished Service Cross Recipients

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  • William Lyon Nesbit Wallace (1908 - d.)
    Find a Grave Name: Bruce Martin Tiffany Wallace Birth Place: England Death Date: 31 Jan 1942 Cemetery: St Nicholas Churchyard Burial or Cremation Place: West Itchenor, Chichester District, ...
  • Admiral Sir Victor Alexander Charles Crutchley, VC, KCB, DSC, DL (1893 - 1986)
    Admiral Sir Victor Alexander Charles Crutchley VC, KCB, DSC, DL (2 November 1893 – 24 January 1986) Senior Royal Navy officer during the Second World War and a First World War recipient of the Victoria...
  • LCDR George Emerson Cox, Jr (1917 - 1972)
    , for extraordinary heroism in connection with military operations against an armed enemy while serving with Motor Torpedo Boat Squadron THEE (MTB-3), Motor Torpedo Boat FORTY-ONE (PT-41), in actio...
  • Nathan (Nate) Lieberman (1892 - 1973)
  • René Joyeuse né Veuve (1920 - 2012)
    'René Joyeuse (born Veuve) on wikipedia ..."he often assisted field surgeons in treating the wounded. The appalling death rate – he estimated that only one in 12 wounded survived – inspired him to he...

(Level 3 Gallantry Award)

Instituted 15th June 1901 as the Conspicuous Service Cross and renamed in October 1914 the Distinguished Service Cross.

The D.S.C. was awarded to naval officers below the rank of Lieutenant Commander for gallantry at sea in the presence of the enemy. Almost 2,000 D.S.C.s were awarded during the First World War.

A bar is awarded for subsequent acts of gallantry. The recipient is entitled to use D.S.C. after their name.


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