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National Service Medal Presentation Set
National Service Medal Presentation Set

SAVE £18 when you purchase any Commemorative Medal Presentation Set

The exclusive presentation set features an engraved full-size medal, miniature medal and matching ribbon brooch bar elegantly displayed in this attractive case which will be personalised with your service details.

As this presentation features a genuine full-size medal, it is only available by completing the application form below.

  • Item Code
  • CMPSNS
  • Price
  • £75.00
Type
Eligibility
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Personalisation
Nickel Finish Medal Clasp 1

Nickel Finish Medal Clasp 1

£8.50

Nickel Finish Medal Clasp 2

Nickel Finish Medal Clasp 2

£8.50

Nickel Finish Medal Clasp 3

Nickel Finish Medal Clasp 3

£8.50

Accessories
NATIONAL SERVICE RIBBON FULL SIZE

NATIONAL SERVICE RIBBON FULL SIZE

£2.50
National Service Miniature Ribbon

National Service Miniature Ribbon

£2.50
National Service Crown Lapel Badge

National Service Crown Lapel Badge

Regular Price: £5.95

Special Price £2.50

National Service Tie

National Service Tie

Regular Price: £16.50

Special Price £9.95

Description

Details

Medal Presentation Set featuring National Service full-size and miniature Commemorative medals, matching ribbon brooch bar and presentation case.
History

History

In 1939 Parliament introduced the National Service Act, calling on the men and women of the UK to prepare for National Service, either within an arm of the regular services or as a civilian in one of the many voluntary groups being formed and trained at that time. With typical British pride the nation rallied to this call and the ranks of both the armed forces and home defence elements swelled until those who fought for peace were backed by over sixteen million men and women registered for non-military National Service. After WWII others were called to National Service and served with pride to carry the flag to the farthest corners of the globe. By December 1960 when the National Service Act was abolished some five million three hundred thousand young people had been conscripted into the forces.
Eligibility

Eligibility

The National Service Medal is available to those who performed National Service, both military and civilian, between January 1939 and December 1960. Next of kin or direct descendants may also apply.
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