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  1. For Valour: Victoria Cross - Courage in Action by John Percival, 1986-07-10
  2. Stories of the Victoria Cross by Frank Mundell, 1000-01-01
  3. Magennis Vc: The Story of Northern Ireland's Only Winner of the Victoria Cross by George Fleming, 1998-11
  4. The End of April: A Victoria Cross Mystery by Penny Sumner, 1992-05
  5. Crosswords: The 2nd Victoria Cross Mystery (Victoria Cross Mystery, No 2) by Penny Sumner, 1994-06
  6. Victoria Crosses of the Anglo-Boer War by Ian Uys, 2000-08-30
  7. The book of the Victoria cross by Rupert Stewart, 2010-08-28
  8. Britain's Roll of Glory; Or the Victoria Cross: Its Heroes and Their Valor : From Personal Accounts, Official Records, and Regimental Tradition by D. H. Parry, 2009-12-20
  9. Great Stories of the Victoria Cross by Sir John Smyth, 1977-07-21
  10. The last heroes: The story of three Victoria Cross winners and their World War II exploits by John F Elder, 1980
  11. A bibliography of the Victoria Cross by W. James MacDonald, 1994
  12. Heroes Of The Victoria Cross by T. E. Toomey, 2010-09-10
  13. Britain's Roll of Glory: Or the Victoria Cross : Its Heroes and Their Valor : From Personal Accounts, Official Records, and Regimental Tradition by D H. Parry, 2010-03-09
  14. Neville Howse: Australia's First Victoria Cross Winner (Australian Army History)

21. Cross Country Skiing
Mt. Stirling Alpine Resort, Victoria and Southern New South Wales, Australia. Trail news, prices, photographs, and contacts.
Cross Country Skiing
Winter 2004
Visit our Winter Photo Gallery Calendar of Events 2004 Mt. Stirling Alpine Resort is the premium choice of Cross Country skiers in Victoria and Southern New South Wales. The Resort offers 60km of cross country ski trails (View Map) only three hours drive North East of Melbourne via Yea and Mansfield on the Maroondah Highway. The resort is a popular outdoor educational resource for many Primary and Secondary educational institutions. Over the years, Mt. Stirling Alpine Resort has grown in popularity. This is predominantly due to the magical atmosphere, safe trails and affordable services. Mt. Stirling Alpine Resort caters for all types of skiers from all walks of life. Please select from the list below to gain further information on your particular requirements. You may wish to start by viewing our new Value for Money Ski Packages Winter Photo Gallery , the Calendar of Events or reading our Schools Trail News circular to bring yourself up-to-date with the latest Resort developments and news.

22. Australian Red Cross
VIC. Survey. SEARCH Welcome to Australian Red Cross, Victoria. During VolunteerWeek find out more about what s involved in being a Red Cross volunteer.
Home Our services About us How you can help ... Survey SEARCH:
Welcome to Australian Red Cross, Victoria.

Need a special something to finish off your outfit? Check out the latest trends and fashion at your local Been Around Before Shop.
Thank you Red Cross Calling Volunteers! A fantastic effort was delivered by our thousands of enthusiastic volunteer collectors. ... DESIGNED BY digital@jwt

23. Skiing Victoria Cross Country Committee
Responsible for the organization, administration and development of Cross country skiing in Victoria, Australia. Includes mission statement, member clubs and contact information, events calendar, and results of interclub competitions.

24. Victoria Cross - Canadian
Feedback/Questions. Victoria Cross by Nationality. Nationality Canadian ( 90 awards) Canadian. Sort by Name, Date, Location. YOUNG, John Francis. 1918; DuryArras Sector, France. - Victoria Cross Reference Search Feedback/Questions. Log In

25. Samuel Wassall, Victoria Cross Hero
When awarded his VC after Isandlwana, Wassall was the youngest ever recipient.

26. Australian Red Cross
The world's longest, officially accredited, annual canoe race, in Victoria, Australia, between 2731 December each year, raising funds for the Australian Red Cross. Includes race history, news, contact information, and sponsors.
Home Our services About us How you can help ... Survey SEARCH:
Vic Home Vic Events
Congratulations to all paddlers, land crew and volunteers who participated in the 2003 Red Cross-Herald Sun Murray Marathon.
This 5-day event was a great success from its start in Yarrawonga on the 27th December, through to its end in Swan Hill on the 31st December.
Attracting over 700 participants, 400 volunteers and up to 3000 support crew, this event moved as a tent city from town to town. Paddlers shared the experience of being challenged, the magic and camaraderie of paddling down the Murray River and in between all this fun, supported the Australian Red Cross, Victoria.
The Murray Marathon began in 1969 as a fundraiser for the Australian Red Cross, Victoria, and 35 years later it still continues to be. Money raised in 2003 will be used to fund the Australian Red Cross, Victoria's Emergency Services.
We look forward to seeing you in 2004.
For 2003 results click onto our "Race News" section.
2003 Marathon Timetable Date Day Start Finish Distance Campsite 2003 26th Dec - LATE REGISTRATION AND BRIEFING DAY/NIGHT Tocumwal Football Reserve (Traditionally at Yarrawonga) 27th Dec Day 1 Yarrawonga Tocumwal 92 km Tocumwal Football Reserve 28th Dec Day 2 Tocumwal Picnic Point 96 km Echuca Football Ground 29th Dec Day 3 Picnic Point Echuca 78 km Echuca Football Ground 30th Dec Day 4 Echuca Torrumbarry 62 km Cohuna Football Ground 31st Dec Day 5 Murrabit Swan Hill Swan Hill - Ken Harrison Reserve
Are you prepared to 'go the distance to make a difference,' then The Red Cross-Herald Sun Murray Marathon is the challenge for

27. The Victoria Cross (in India, 1912-47)
The Victoria Cross ( in India) Until 1912, the Victoria Cross could not be awarded to Indian members of the Indian Army and was restricted for award
The Victoria Cross (in India) Until 1912, the Victoria Cross could not be awarded to Indian members of the Indian Army and was restricted for award only to Europeans (and occasional "Anglo-Indians") in the Indian Army and, with few exceptions, to Europeans in general. While this fact should not diminish the bravery of the 95 (or is it 101?) English officers who won the award for services with Indian Army Regiments before that date. (There is considerable confusion over the numbver of VCs awarded to H.E.I.C./Indian Army officers before 1912 and numbers range from 95 to 101; this is linked to the inevitable confusion of the fairly common practice of "attached" or "seconded" service.) For Indian soldiers, who were not allowed the VC, theolder Indian Order of Merit was the award "of choice" to reward bravery before 1912 when (1837-1911) 42 first class IOMs were alwards (one with a special bar), 130 second class, and 2740 third class. The Royal Warrant of 21 October 1911 (published in the London Gazette of 12 November 1911, p. 9369, but not publically announced in India until the coronantion durbar in Delhi the following month) destroyed the "color bar" for Victoria Cross awards in the Indian Army and allowed Indians to receive this decoration. Accordingly, the first class of the Indian Order of Merit was terminated by Army Order No. 757 of 3 August 1912 (w.e.f. 12 December 1911) and the remaining classes were renumbered.

28. CORNWELL, John Travers
Recipient award page of John (Jack) Travers Cornwell.

29. Australian Red Cross
Our services. About us. How you can help. News room. Contact us. Events. FAQs. Relevant links. Library. Careers. School Projects. Survey. Welcome to Australian Red Cross, Victoria. Welcome to Australian Red Cross, Victoria. A great big thank you goes out to all our collectors and those who donated to our Red Cross Calling appeal during March!

30. The Victoria Sampler Website
Features original needlework designs by Canadian designer Thea Dueck, the Beyond Cross Stitch Club and free patterns.
Newsletter Catalog Shop Finder Members Area ... Site Map
NE W!...
Two new samplers for May!
New charts will be shipped at the beginning of May..! Thea and Yvonne collaborated on this lovely new design, the "Good Friends" chart just in time for Mother's Day, and always in time for that special Birthday! Yvonne's new "Sentimental Roses" chart is a charming nostalgic design with antique Victorian colours! Click on thumbnails for more information. New Newsletter for May - June 2004
New "International Hearts"
Learning Kits...

New Zealand
The 11th and 12th "International Hearts" Learning Kits.. New Zealand and Japan are ready to stitch! Thea has added these two hearts to the International Heart series.. All hearts are at your local needlework shop now, or you can order them online in our Boutique! Find out more by clicking on the thumbnail photos!

Heirlooom Christmas Cyberclass NEW for Spring 2004!!


32. Scout V.C.'s
List of Scouts and Scouters who were Victoria Cross recipients in World War I and World War II.

TABLE-1 : CLWYD / GWYNEDD Name William Davidson,
WEALE Sir Hugh,
WILLIAMS Rank Major Sergeant General Seaman Force 14th Bn The Royal Welch Fusiliers 41st Regiment,
( The Welch Regiment ) Royal Naval Reserve * VC won Maing, France,
25 October 1918 Bazentin-le-Grand, France,
26 August 1918 Inkermann, Crimea,
5 November 1854 Atlantic Ocean, 7 June 1917 ** London Gaz 6 January 1919 15 November 1918 24 February 1857 20 July 1917 Born St Martin's, Perthshire, 7 August 1893 Shotton, Flintshire, 2 October 1897 Llanrug, Caernarvonshire, 6 May 1828 Amlwch, Anglesey, 5 October 1890 Died 12 May 1971, Wrexham, Clwyd 13 January 1959, Rhyl, Clwyd 1 August 1909, Llanrug, Gwynedd 22 October 1965, Holyhead, Anglesey, Gwynedd Grave Pentrebychan Crematorium, Wrexham Rhyl Cemetery, Clwyd St Michael's Churchyard, Llanrug, Gwynedd Amlwch Cemetery, Anglesey, Gwynedd Location of VC Royal Welch Fusiliers Museum, Caernarvon Welch Regiment Museum, Cardiff National Museum of Wales, Cardiff

34. Victoria Cross Recipients
Canadian Recipients from the Great War who are in the care of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission.

35. Search Results For Victoria Cross - Encyclopædia Britannica
Victoria Cross. the highest decoration for valour in the British armed forces, awarded for Australian Red Cross, Victoria. State branch of this international voluntary organization cross&ct=

36. Victoria Cross Awards For Service In The Boer War
Plain text listing of men who received Britain's most prestgious medal for valour in the AngloBoer War.

37. Recipients Of The Victoria Cross Prior To 1914
Recipients of the Victoria Cross Prior to 1914 By Name of Recipient.Compiled Edited by Stephen Herold. Instituted by Queen Victoria
Recipients of the Victoria Cross Prior to 1914 By Name of Recipient
Instituted by Queen Victoria on 5 February, 1856, the Victoria Cross was intended to reward individual acts of bravery. It was the lesson of the Crimean War that showed the lack of any adequate way to reward brave actions by lower ranking officers and enlisted men.The Decoration is made of bronze, originally from captured Russian cannons in the Crimea, and so its worth lay only in its honor and not its intrinsic value. Always difficult to earn, it has remained to this day one of the most honorable and sought after rewards for military service to country.
The names on this list show the recipient's rank when the award was granted and subsequent rank achieved up to 1906 in parenthesis ( ). Recipients alive in 1906 have an asterix * after their name. Regimental unit names are those in use when the particular V.C. was granted, and the date listed is when the act of bravery was performed. No Victoria Crosses were awarded from 1905 until the First World War in 1914, so these 522 first awards stand in a group by themselves.
Awards A-C
Awards D-G Awards H-L Awards M-Q ...

38. Untitled Document
Grangemouth track and field and Crosscountry club that offers competition for athletes all year round.

39. Browse Top Level > Texts > Project Gutenberg > Authors > C > Cross, Victoria
Tomorrow? 2003. There is no description available for this text. AuthorCross, Victoria Keywords Authors C Cross, Victoria; Titles T.

40. Cross Canada Priceguide To Antiques
Illustrated Canadian Priceguide to articles found in over 200 Antique stores from St John's to Victoria.
“Antiques are the Remnants of History that have escaped the Shipwreck of Time” Francis Bacon
Nick and Claudia Unitt Present......
The Cross-Canada Priceguide to Antiques and Collectibles (ISBN 0-9733693-0-2)
Finally....Canadian Prices for Canadian Collectors! We travelled across Canada this summer to gather the information contained in this book. The pictures in the book were taken in actual Antiques/Collectibles stores and the prices listed are the prices that were on the item at the time.
The book contains over 1000 original pictures from over 200 different dealers and includes a CD-ROM with colour copies of the pictures.
Our Priceguide is AVAILABLE NOW at Selected Antique Dealers and Bookstores across the country.
To view some of the pictures in the book Click Here.
For Ordering Information (ISBN 0-9733693-0-2) Click Here.

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