A History of the Ministry of Information, 1939-46

42 40

Don't want a medal - Don't believe in medals (40)

The war is over and that's it - I don't want a medal.

I've done my duty and don't want any medals.

No good - never wears last war's. Doesn't see any point in medals.

11. Doesn't want a medal.

Enjoyed being in Home Guard had his shooting practice etc. and doesn't want a medal for it.

Don't want a medal - useless.

Had a medal from last war, What good are they?

Don't need a medal. F. guard.

Don't like medals.

Feel the medal should only go to the fighting service - Don't want it.

Already got as many medals as I want from last War.

Just don't want it.

Don't want those things - We've won the war, and that's all that matters.

Don't want the medal it was no use to me - dislike the idea - swank.

Really don't want the D.M., and would rather just leave it at that.

No time to worry would never wear it anyhow.

I would do all in my power to defend my country. I don't require a medal for it

Don't want a medal for doing things like that. Everyone did their bit.

Did it in good faith and don't want a medal for it.

Don't want a medal - It was the same in the Last War (H. Guard).

Don't want a medal - don't see any object in having them - waste of money and waste of time.

The job is finished and I don't want a medal.

I did my bit in the Forces and I don't need a medal.

I was pleased to do my bit, and I don't attach a lot of importance to it,certainly would not dream of applying for one.

Don't wear medals from last war - Don't believe in medals.

Have no use for medals.

Don't believe in medals, church parades and things like that.

Was in the Civil Defence but don't want medal - never had. anything to do.

Does not wish to apply.

Have enough from the last war and they are never taken out of the drawer.

We use cookies to track usage and preferences.

Privacy & Cookie Policy Accept & Close