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Army. Rare WWII uniform group to Lt Col E.T. Dean. DSO, MID. Dean was an Artillery Officer who again served in WWII as Commandant Loveday Interment Camp & POW Camp. Included is a detailed research folder with WWI & WWII service data, pictures (copies) & details on Loveday Camp. In 1914 Capt Dean had 10½ years of Artillery experience. He was in command of the 35 Bty AFA. Commissioned as 2nd Lieut in the AIF he was Lieut Col in 1918. Lt Col Dean received MID (X4), DSO (for bravery), Legion D'Honneur (Chevalier), 1914-15 Star, Victory Medal, ASM, War Medal. In WWII Dean was commissioned a Lt Col. Tunic 1 ca WWII Officer's khaki wool tunic named to Lt Col Dean, made by 'Myer Store for Men'. All oxidised KC buttons, colour patches (mini WWI 1st Aust Div Artillery & 25 Garrison Bn), a cloth wound stripe, KC oxidised rising sun collars & its cloth belt. Ribbon bar & metal rank insignia have been removed. Light wear around collar & a snag to the material bottom/front. No fade to tunic. Undated. Tunic 2 WWII worn tunic attributed to Lt Col Dean. It is unknown if this is his original WWI tunic. Insignia & buttons complete & correspond to WWII, same as tunic 1. Made by 'Charles Moore and Co Adelaide'. Not named. Complete with its cloth belt. Tunic has heavy sun fading but this is over all the exposed areas. Minor mothing to front/bottom. WWI ribbon bar present. WWII medal bar missing. Excellent colour patches on both uniforms. Tunic 1 excellent fresh condition (only needs ribbon bar & crown/pip). Tunic 2 complete but shows heavy fade & light mothing. 2 tunics to a decorated Officer who served in both World Wars. Well researched with comprehensive details on WWI & WWII research. One wound stripe on left sleeves of both uniforms. (2) AVAILABLE at A$1700