WW2 Group Capt Radford 512 Royal Army Service Corps

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1939/45 & France & Germany Stars, Defence & War Medals all unnamed as issued together with original box and slip confirming 4 medals. Also included is a large collection of original documents - 21 army group message from C-in-C Field Marshall Montgomery dated Feb and another May 1945, 512 Coy RASC Sgt Mess farwell dinner menu dated 15th Dec 1945, Victory of the Day to Capt Radford RASC from Eisenhower Summer 1944, five German documents from captured soldiers, original marriage and birth certificates, military identity card, 21 Army Group card from Field Marshall Montgomery thanking them BLA 1945, official guidance of leaving service pamphlet, 2nd Army Thanks Giving Service booklet, unemployment book, how to cook wisely in war-time booklet, Officers Release book for him, a thank you card from Saventhem Football Clun KBVB written The Belgian Footballers Boys thank you very much for the liberation, photo of him in service in WW1, envelope addressed to him at 8 Hermitage Place, Leith, Scotland - box addressed to same place.

George Evans Radford service in WW1 in 9th Royal Scots numbered 2131 as a Private and landed in France on the 24th Feb 1915. He was commissioned into the Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders and then transferred to the Kings African Rifles.