Pair: British War and Victory Medal, both correctly impressed to 6314 PTE S. W. PENTLOW.11 BN. A.I.F.
Stanley William Pentlow enlisted on the 11th of April 1916 listing his address as “Railway Coffee Palace, Perth W.A.
Private Pentlow embarked on the 18th September 1916 with the 11th Battalion A.I.F.
Tragically Private S. W. Pentlow was killed in action with the 11th Battalion on the Western Front on 15th April 1917. Sadly little is known about the death of Pentlow, no Red Cross file and he has no known grave being commemorated only on the Villers-Bretonneux Memorial, Somme, France.
A very sad story that’s likely no one will ever know how poor Stan really met his end.
Nearly extremely fine SOLD
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