After 67 years, a medal to honour Lan...

After 67 years, a medal to honour Lancastria's fallen and survivors

There are 1 comment on the Scotsman.com story from Dec 5, 2007, titled After 67 years, a medal to honour Lancastria's fallen and survivors. In it, Scotsman.com reports that:

“Why should my father's life and the lives of those who died with him be mis-valued against others who are remembered and honoured for their part in the war?”

SCOTTISH survivors and victims of the worst maritime disaster in British history are to be honoured with a medal in a victory for war veterans backed by The Scotsman. via Scotsman.com

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David Sedlby

Newport, UK

#1 Feb 26, 2008
Dear Sirs,
My father was a Welsh soldier who survived the sinking of HMT Lancastria. Is the medal available to other than Scotish soldiers. I have written to 'The Army' but received no comment.
Yours faithfully,
D. Selby.

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