HC Deb 29 April 1919 vol 115 cc30-1W

asked the Secretary of State for War whether his atten- tion has been drawn to the fact that there is a number of Army reservists who were called to the Colours at the outbreak of War who were retained in this country for many months on account of their value as instructors to the New Armies, and who have not received the 1914 Star, the 1915 Ribbon, nor any other outward form of recognition; and whether, in view of the good service rendered by such men, it is possible for them to be given some visible recognition of their services?


A full statement as to the award of medals for service during the present War will be published shortly. The claims of the men referred to by my hon. Friend have not been overlooked.