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Great War Western Front, India North West Frontier Third Afghanistan War 1919 and Irish Civil War group awarded to Driver later Sapper P. Course, Royal Engineers, later Royal Signals, who saw service out on the Western Front from 3rd June 1915, and then

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Great War Western Front, India North West Frontier Third Afghanistan War 1919 and Irish Civil War group awarded to Driver later Sapper P. Course, Royal Engineers, later Royal Signals, who saw service out on the Western Front from 3rd June 1915, and then out in India and on the North West Frontier during the Third Afghanistan War of 1919, being employed with a Signalling Company, As of June 1920 he was with the Special Signal Company Royal Engineers Ireland and was living in Drumcondra, Dublin, when he claimed his medals. As such he must have seen service in Ireland during the Irish Civil War.

Group of 4: 1914-1915 Star; (78512 DVR: P. COURSE. R.E.); British War Medal and Victory Medal; (78512 DVR. P. COURSE. R.E.); India General Service Medal 1908-1935, 1 Clasp: Afghanistan N.W.F. 1919; (602176 SPR. P. COURSE. R.E.), mounted swing style as worn.

Condition: Good Very Fine.

Together with matching group of miniature medals, also mounted swing style as worn.

Percy Course saw service as a Driver later Sapper (No.78512 later No.602176) with the Royal Engineers, and was present out on the Western Front from 3rd June 1915, and then out in India and on the North West Frontier during the Third Afghanistan War of 1919. Course who presumably saw service with a Signalling Company during the war and in Afghanistan, was then serving as of June 1920 with the Special Signal Company Royal Engineers Ireland and was living in Drumcondra, Dublin, when he claimed his medals. As such he must have seen service in Ireland during the Irish Civil War. Course subsequently joined as a Signaller (No.2308315) the Royal Signals.