Efficiency Medal, GVI 1st type bust, Territorial suspension, awarded to Corporal G.H. Streeter, Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, who as a Gunner with the 97th Field Regiment, Royal Artillery, was wounded in action during the fall of France in June 1940, being then presumably evacuated from Dunkirk, he transferred to the Royal Army Ordnance Corps in November 1941, and then to the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers.

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Efficiency Medal, GVI 1st type bust, Territorial suspension, awarded to Corporal G.H. Streeter, Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, who as a Gunner with the 97th Field Regiment, Royal Artillery, was wounded in action during the fall of France in June 1940, being then presumably evacuated from Dunkirk, he transferred to the Royal Army Ordnance Corps in November 1941, and then to the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers.

Efficiency Medal, GVI 1st type bust, Territorial suspension; (891571 CPL. G.H. STREETER. R.E.M.E.)

Condition: Extremely Fine.

George Henry Streeter was a pre-war member of the Territorial Army who initially saw service during the Second World War as a Gunner (No.891571) with the Royal Artillery, being wounded in action during the fall of France on in June 1940 when serving with the 97th Field Regiment. Presumably evacuated from Dunkirk, he transferred as a Private to the Royal Army Ordnance Corps on 22nd November 1941, and was subsequently serving as a Corporal with the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers when he was awarded the Efficiency Medal.