User:Necrothesp/List of recipients of the Distinguished Service Cross (United Kingdom), 1918–1938

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Name Rank/Title Service etc Nationality Conflict/Incident Gazette[1]
Babington, Hugh Lieutenant Royal Navy (Allied Lake Flotilla) British Russian Civil War (minelaying) 1920/01/22[2]
Brown, Walter Desmond Acting Lieutenant Royal Navy British World War I 1920/01/22[2]
Chilton, William Boydon, DSC* Lieutenant Royal Naval Reserve British Russian Civil War (Caspian Sea operations) 1920/01/22[2] *
Coker, George Ernest Lieutenant Royal Navy (Allied Lake Flotilla) British Russian Civil War (minelaying) 1920/01/22[2]
Enright, Daniel Patrick Joseph, DSC Chief Gunner Royal Navy (Allied Lake Flotilla) British Russian Civil War 1920/01/22[2]
King-Harman, Robert Douglas, DSC Lieutenant Royal Navy British World War I (minesweeping) 1920/01/22[2]
Macdonald, Henry Crawford Lieutenant Royal Navy (HMS Myrtle) British Russian Civil War 1920/01/22[2]
Welchman, Andrew William Eliot Midshipman Royal Naval Reserve (HMCMB No.36) British Russian Civil War 1920/01/22[2]
Barnes, Horace Nowell Mate Royal Navy (RS Kent) British Russian Civil War (Siberian Campaign) 1920/03/08[3]
Black, Albert Travers Lieutenant Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve British Russian Civil War (Baltic Campaign minesweeping) 1920/03/08[3]
Byrne, George Percy Warrant Shipwright Royal Navy (HMS Curacoa) British Russian Civil War (Baltic Campaign) 1920/03/08[3]
Campbell, John Oliver Sub-Lieutenant Royal Navy British Russian Civil War (Baltic Campaign) (Latvia) 1920/03/08[3]
Champion, Oliver Lieutenant Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve British Russian Civil War (Archangel Campaign) 1920/03/08[3]
Clarke, Cedric William Gunner Royal Navy (RS Suffolk) British Russian Civil War (Siberian Campaign) 1920/03/08[3]
Coles, Charles Edward Gunner (T) Royal Navy (HMS Dragon) British Russian Civil War (Baltic Campaign) 1920/03/08[3]
Crabb, William Charles Pascoe, OBE Lieutenant Royal Navy (HMS Phaeton) British Russian Civil War (Baltic Campaign) 1920/03/08[3]
Davidson, William Engineer Lieutenant Royal Naval Reserve (HMS Banbury) British Russian Civil War (Baltic Campaign) 1920/03/08[3]
Dean, Edward Clifford Warrant Telegraphist Royal Navy (HMS Curacoa/HMS Cleopatra/HMS Delhi) British Russian Civil War (Baltic Campaign) 1920/03/08[3]
Filleul, Philip Miles Lieutenant Royal Navy (HMS Verulam) British Russian Civil War (Baltic Campaign) 1920/03/08[3]
Fraser, Arthur Lovat Lieutenant Royal Naval Reserve British Russian Civil War (Baltic Campaign minesweeping) 1920/03/08[3]
Hollond, Hugh Ernest Lieutenant Royal Navy (HMS Valorous) British Russian Civil War (Baltic Campaign) 1920/03/08[3]
Jones, Lewis John Pitcairn Lieutenant Royal Navy (HMS Cleopatra) British Russian Civil War (Baltic Campaign) 1920/03/08[3]
King, William Edward Henry Warrant Engineer Royal Navy British World War I (minesweeping) 1920/03/08[3]
Louth, Trevor Lieutenant Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve (HMML 156) British Russian Civil War (Baltic Campaign) 1920/03/08[3]
Parker, The Hon Trevor Tempest Lieutenant Royal Navy (HMS Dragon) British Russian Civil War (Baltic Campaign) 1920/03/08[3]
Pisani, Neville Lionel John Sub-Lieutenant Royal Navy British Russian Civil War (Baltic Campaign) (Latvia) 1920/03/08[3]
Price, Edward Joseph Francis Lieutenant Royal Navy (HMS Phaeton) British Russian Civil War (Baltic Campaign) 1920/03/08[3]
Rivett-Carnac, James William Lieutenant Royal Navy (HMS Cleopatra) British Russian Civil War (Baltic Campaign) 1920/03/08[3]
Scrymgeour-Wedderburn, William Ogilvy Lieutenant Royal Navy (HMS L11) British Russian Civil War (Baltic Campaign) 1920/03/08[3]
Jebbett, George Thompson Gunner Royal Navy (HMS Verulam) British Russian Civil War (Baltic Campaign) 1920/04/23[4]
Giddy, Osman Cyril Horton Sub-Lieutenant Royal Navy (HMCMB 24A) British Russian Civil War (Kronstadt Harbour attack) 1920/05/04[5]
Peploe, Norman Boyd Fleming, DSC Lieutenant Royal Navy British Russian Civil War (Taganrog evacuation) 1920/07/06[6]
Littledale, Bernard John Lieutenant Royal Navy British 1920/09/07[7]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ In format year/month/day. Note that some awards are backdated. In such instances, the actual date of the award is given first and the gazette date is given in parentheses.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h "No. 31748". The London Gazette (Supplement). 20 January 1920. p. 948.  Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; name "gaz31748" defined multiple times with different content (see the help page).
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u "No. 31811". The London Gazette (Supplement). 5 March 1920. pp. 2860–2862.  Cite error: Invalid <ref> tag; name "gaz31811" defined multiple times with different content (see the help page).
  4. ^ "No. 31876". The London Gazette. 23 April 1920. p. 4716. 
  5. ^ "No. 31886". The London Gazette. 4 May 1920. p. 5100. 
  6. ^ "No. 31965". The London Gazette. 6 July 1920. p. 7228. 
  7. ^ "No. 32043". The London Gazette. 7 September 1920. p. 9055.