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Royal Warrant [24th May, 1949]

Great Britain. Pensions, Ministry of.

Royal Warrant [24th May, 1949]

concerning retired pay, pensions and other grants for members of the military forces and of the nursing and auxiliary services thereof disabled, and for the widows, children, parents and other dependants of such members deceased, in consequence of service after the 2nd September, 1939.

by Great Britain. Pensions, Ministry of.

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Published by H.M. Stationery Off. in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Military pensions -- Great Britain.

  • The Physical Object
    Pagination43 p. tables.
    Number of Pages43
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21327744M

    The Yee Hings in the same year restructured and became the ‘Chung Wah Ming Kuo Kung Hui’, and adopted as its English title ‘The Chinese Masonic Society’. For Melbourne it heralded the end of the Secret Society, as it pledged to make its proceedings open to the public and canvassed for the creation of a true Republic of China. * Flight Lieutenant Ash crash-landed near Calais on 24th March, , and made his way to Lille where arrangements were made for him to reach Paris. He was arrested in Paris at the end of May, , and imprisoned at Schubin (Oflag XXII). In September, , he exchanged identities with an army private and joined a fatigue party. He escaped. The original Allied Control Commission had been established by agreement of the 5th of June , to deal with Axis war criminals and to provide local governance. On the 14th June, , a Royal Warrant (/ A. O. 81/) was issued, providing Regulations for the Trial of War Criminals.


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