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http://collections.aucklandmuseum.com/ontology/core/accessionDate 15 Aug 2001
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http://erlangen-crm.org/current/P3_has_note 1914-15 Star ES 2485 Charles Anderson, Royal Naval Reserve, WW1 Served: WW1: minesweepers & troopships; WW2: home service. Scottish-born Charles Anderson served as an engineer with the Royal Naval Reserve during WW1. This included service on mine-layers and on troopships, including NZ Transports. He took his discharge in Aberdeen, circa 1919. By the following year Charles Anderson was based in New Zealand. He undertook further qualifications as Second-class Engine Driver for Stationary Engines; and worked as fireman on a number of coastal vessels. During the 1920s he served with the 1st Battalion Taranaki Regiment, being posted to the Reserve in 1927. Charles Anderson was living in Wanganui and was 52 years old when he signed up for war service in April 1941. He was discharged at his own request six months later in October 1941, but had served long enough to qualify for his War Medal 1939-1945 and his New Zealand War Service Medal.
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http://purl.org/dc/elements/1.1/description 1914-15 Star awarded to ES 2485 Charles Anderson, Royal Naval Reserve, WW1 part of set, bronze four pointed star, 55mm width, ring suspender, with ribbon obverse: a four pointed star having the uppermost point replaced by a crown, two crossed swords, the points and handles of which protrude between the points of the star. In the centre on a scroll is the date ‘1914-15’, this is surrounded by an oak wreath, on the bottom of which is a ‘G’ which encloses a ‘V’. inscribed verso: E.S. 2485 / C.ANDERSON / ENGN. R.N.R. ribbon: grosgrain ribbon, 32mm wide, a watered ribbon of red merging into white which merges into blue. Scottish-born Charles ANDERSON enlisted as an engineer with the Royal Naval Reserve during WWI, commencing service on mine-layers and on troopships, including New Zealand transports, on the 27th September 1914. The 1914-15 Star was issued to officers and men of British and Imperial forces who served in any theatre of the War between 5 August 1914 and 31 December 1915 (other than those who had already qualified for the 1914 Star). ANDERSON received the British War Medal and Victory Medal with the 1914-1915 Star—it was never awarded singly. His rating at time of discharge was Engineman, and an identity certificate issued circa time of discharge is dated 11 June 1919, noting present branch of service as R.N.R.T. He was discharged in Aberdeen on the 11th June 1919. Post-WWI, ANDERSON based himself in New Zealand. He undertook further qualifications as Second-class Engine Driver for Stationary Engines, and worked as fireman on a number of coastal vessels. During the 1920s he served with the 1st Battalion Taranaki Regiment, being posted to the Reserve in 1927. Charles ANDERSON was living in Wanganui and was 52 years old when he signed up for war service in April 1941. He was discharged at his own request six months later in October 1941, but had served long enough to qualify for his War Medal 1939-1945 and his New Zealand War Service Medal.
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