Distinguished Conduct Medal, G.V.R. (330243 Sjt: A. Wood. 9/High: L.I.); 1914-15 Star (1784 Pte. A. Wood. 9/High: L.I.); British War Medal (1784 Sjt. A. Wood. H.L.I.); Victory Medal (1784 Sjt. A. Wood. H.L.I.). Territorial Efficiency Medal 1921, George V Issue (3299930 Sjt. A. Wood. 9-H.L.I.). Sergeant A. Wood, 9th Battalion, Highland Light Infantry. VF/GVF


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D.C.M. London Gazette 3 October 1918:
‘For conspicuous gallantry and devotion to duty. He set a magnificent example, inspiring the men with him to hold on at all costs though both flanks had gone, and to keep on shooting down the enemy. One night he led a patrol which encountered an enemy patrol, whom they dispersed, killing eight and taking four prisoners.’ Annotated Gazette states: ‘Neuve Eglise, 12-18 April 1918.’
Sold with copied research including gazette entries, M.I.D., War Diary extracts, and a detailed report describing the bitter fighting during the operations of 11-18 April 1918 by the Glasgow Highlanders, in which they suffered total casualties of 20 officers and 387 other ranks. T.E.M. Army Order August 1923.