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1914-50 Zeebrugge Raid Distinguished Service Medal, Croix de Guerre & 1939-45 RAN Officer's MID. group of 12: DSM, GVR - impressed officially 'LZ3892 C.E. PAGE, SIG., RNVR, ZEEBRUGGE - OSTEND, 22-3, APL, 1918'; British War Medal 'LZ3892 C.E. PAGE, SIG. RNVR.'; Mercantile Marine 'Clement E. PAGE'; Victory 'LZ. 3892 C.E. PAGE, SIG, RNVR.'; 1939-45, Africa & Pacific Stars unnamed as issued; War with MID emblem & ASM 1939-45 'C.E. PAGE, RAN' (c/1970 impressing); 1937 Coronation engraved 'C.E. PAGE, C.Y.S., ON 13583'; RN. LSGC, GVR (type II): '13583 C.E. PAGE, CH. YEO. SIGS., RAN.'; French Croix de Guerre, 1914-18 dates, with Palme (unnamed as issued). Clement Edward Page, born Grays, Essex 1897, enl Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve (Royal Naval Division) Nov 1915, 'Merchant Service as Seaman' stated as trade. To 'Victory VI' Signal School to 1916. Ships HMS's 'VIVID' (Jan-Mar 1916); 'Attentive III' (Mar '16 - June '18); 'Arrogant' (June '18 - Mar '19). Awarded DSM, LG 23/07/1918, pp8586/93 as 'Sig. Clement Edward Page, RNVR, ON London/Z.3892' under listing for 'Picket Boats, Motor Launches and Motor Boats'. To Sydney NSW & enlisted RAN (previous RNVR, service allowed to count as RAN service), Nov 1922. Awarded LSGC 1934; GVIR Coronation 1937. Signalman Service aboard HMAS' 'Cerberus', 'Sydney' (1925), 'Australia', 'ANZAC', 'Stuart', 'Hobart', 'Shropshire' etc. To RAN College 1929, Chief Yeoman of Signals. Signal Boatswain HMAS 'LADAVA', Milne Bay. discharged 1949. No copy of citation to hand, unresearched but with a huge amount of original documentation inc RNVR & RAN, enlistment & discharge certificates, service sheets, Appointment Parchments (19), promotion cert's; Coronation Medal parchment, signal training work & note books; orig photo as Leading Signalman c/1920; copy photo as Officer RAN; his orig rank shoulder boards, buttons, 2 cap badges, Returned from Active Service Badge etc. A wealth of accumulated material relative to Page's service. All mounted as worn on original ribbons, gVF-EF. A scarce complete Victoria Cross Action DSM, to a later RAN Officer with badges & ephemera. Provenance: by descent to son $10000 -AVAILABLE at A$10000