|John Henry Stephen Dimmer|
|Born||9 October 1883
Lambeth, Surrey, England
|Died||21 March 1918 (aged 34)
|Buried at||Vadencourt British Cemetery, Maissemy|
|Years of service||1902 - 1918|
|Unit||King's Royal Rifle Corps|
|Battles/wars||World War I|
Lieutenant Colonel John Henry Stephen Dimmer VC MC (9 October 1883 – 21 March 1918) was an English recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces.
Born on 9 October 1883, Dimmer was 31 years old, married, and a lieutenant in the 2nd Battalion, The King's Royal Rifle Corps, and was awarded the VC for his actions on 12 November 1914 at Klein Zillebeke, Belgium.
This Officer served his machine gun during the attack on the 12 November at Klein Zillebeke until he had been shot five times - three times by shrapnel and twice by bullets, and continued at his post until his gun was destroyed— The London Gazette, 19 November 1914
- Monuments to Courage (David Harvey, 1999)
- The Register of the Victoria Cross (This England, 1997)
- VCs of the First World War - 1914 (Gerald Gliddon, 1994)
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