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French Government award Legion d’Honneur to all surviving veterans of D-Day

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The French Government wishes to award the Legion d’Honneur to all surviving veterans of D-Day.

 

The MOD website contains the following information

 

https://www.gov.uk/government/news/d-day-veterans-award-of-the-legion-dhonneur – for the MOD news story

 

https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/d-day-70-application-form-for-award-of-the-legion-dhonneur – for details about how to apply.

Once you have opened this link, follow the below instructions:

 

If you double click on where it says Administration Form for the D-Day 70 award of the Legion D’Honneur, a Word document is automatically download.

 

Complete the form remembering to save it and a copy should then either be e-mailed to PersTrg-DSSec-CommemAug1@mod.uk

 

or posted to the following address:

 

Personnel and Training - Defence Services Secretary

- Commemorations

Floor 6 Zone C

Ministry of Defence

Main Building

LONDON

SW1A 2HB


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