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To All Who Shall See These Presents Greeting:

This is to Certify that
The President of the United States of America
Takes Pride in Presenting


THE 
DISTINGUISHED SERVICE MEDAL
to

 

ADYE, JOHN
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to John Adye, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. General Adye's services were of conspicuous merit as a member of the Committee on Return of Prisoners of War. His large experience in the Near East, combined with rare judgment and quiet forcefulness, made his work especially valuable in securing the rapid return of American and allied prisoners and in alleviating their condition.
War Department, General Orders No. 16 (1920)


ALLENBY, EDMUND H. H.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Edmund H. H. Allenby, General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. The American Army will every remember General Allenby's valiant services as Commander of the 3d British Army in France from 19154 to 1917, and for his marvelous successes in Palestine, rendering services of distinction to the allied cause.
War Department, General Orders No. 126 (1919)


ANDERSON, STUART M.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Stuart M. Anderson, Brigadier General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I, with the Royal Artillery, 1st Australian Division, British Expeditionary Forces. The accurate and highly efficient support by the Artillery under General Anderson's command contributed materially to the successful assaults on the Hindenburg line by the 30th U.S. Division, 29 September 1918. The part played by him in achieving that success has won for him the deepest gratitude and admiration on the part of the American officers and soldiers with whom he was cooperating during the great advance.
War Department, General Orders No. 126 (1919)


ATKINSON, CHARLES F.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Charles F. Atkinson, Major, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Instructor, Army Intelligence School, Major Atkinson rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


AULD, SAMUEL J. M.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Samuel J. M. Auld, Major, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. Serving with the 4th Battalion, Royal Berkshire Regiment, British Army, and as Liaison Officer between the British and Chemical Warfare Services, Major Auld rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


BALFOUR, ALFRED G.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Alfred G. Balfour, Brigadier General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Commander of the Embarkation Area of the Port of Southampton, by his earnest spirit of cooperation with the American authorities at the Port of Southampton, General Balfour rendered valuable assistance, offering them every facility at his command for the proper handling of the important problem of troop shipments.
War Department, General Orders No. 46 (1920)


BEADON, ROGERS H.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Rogers H. Beadon, Colonel, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As a member of the British Section, Supreme War Council, Colonel Beadon rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


BESSELL-BROWN, ALFRED J.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Alfred J. Bessell-Brown, Brigadier General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I, while serving with the 5th Australian Division, British Expeditionary Forces. The relations of the American and Australian forces, cooperating with each other, were always marked with the utmost harmony, but never was the spirit more clearly manifested than during the period from 16 to 19 October 1918 when the 30th U.S. Division went forward in attack against the enemy, supported by artillery under General Bessell-Brown's command. To his consummate technical skill and unflagging energy is due much credit for the successful results attained in these operations.
War Department, General Orders No. 126 (1919)


BETHELL, HUGH K.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Hugh K. Bethell, Brigadier General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. General Bethell Commanded with distinction the 66th British Division with which the 27th American Division was affiliated during its training period. By his broad-minded policy, personal interest, and careful supervision he gave great assistance to the division, enabling the American troops to readily adapt themselves to the methods and conditions of service with a foreign army.
War Department, General Orders No. 126 (1919)


BIRCH, JAMES F. N.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to James F. N. Birch, Lieutenant General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Chief of Artillery, British Expeditionary Forces, General Birch rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


BIRDWOOD, WILLIAM R.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to William R. Birdwood, General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. While Commanding the 5th Army, British Expeditionary Forces, General Birdwood rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 17 (1919)


BLAKE, DAVID V. J.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to David V. J. Blake, Major, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Commanding Officer, 3d Squadron, Australian Flying Corps, British Expeditionary Forces, Major Blake rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


BOND, FRANCIS G.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Francis G. Bond, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Director of Quarterings, British Army, General Bond rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


BONHAM-CARTER, CHARLES
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Charles Bonham-Carter, Brigadier General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As General Officer in Charge of Training at British General Headquarters during the period the 2d Army Corps was in the British Expeditionary Forces, General Bonham-Carter rendered exceptional service to the U.S. Army. His knowledge of training methods was extensive, and with loyal cooperation he gave us the benefit of his experience.
War Department, General Orders No. 87 (1919)


BOWDDER, BASIL W. B.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Basil W. B. Bowdder, Lieutenant Colonel, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. While he was on duty in the Intelligence Section at British General Headquarters and as Chief of the Information Section, Lieutenant Colonel Bowdder's assistance and advice in inspecting and training American officers were of distinct advantage to the American Expeditionary Forces. He displayed military attainments of a high order, and at all times cooperated with the American military authorities whole-heartedly.
War Department, General Orders No. 126 (1919)


BOWLBY, ANTHONY A.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Anthony A. Bowlby, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As eminent Consulting Surgeon, and while serving with the British Expeditionary Forces in France, with untiring zeal General Bowlby devoted his time and energy toward cooperating with and unreservedly placing at the disposal of the American Expeditionary Forces his eminent talents, broad experience, and knowledge of general conditions in preventing wastage among our forces from wounds and disease. His research work in wound bacteriology and evacuation resulted in the saving of many lives among our sick and wounded.
War Department, General Orders No. 124 (1919)


BOYCE, CHARLES E.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Charles E. Boyce, Major, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. While attached as Staff Officer, Units of Royal Field Artillery, serving with the 2d Army Corps, American Expeditionary Forces, Major Boyce rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


BRIDGES, GEORGE T. M.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to George T. M. Bridges, Lieutenant General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I, for services rendered the U.S. Army while serving as the Military Representative to the British Mission of the United States (April 1917) and later (1918) as Chief of the British Military Mission to the United States.
War Department, General Orders No. 11 (1919)


BURGESS, WILLIAM L. H.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to William L. H. Burgess, Brigadier General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. General Burgess Commanded with distinction the 4th Australian Artillery Division while it was in support of the 27th American Division during the operations near St. Souplet, east of the La Selle River. His consummate skill as an artillerist and forceful determination in keeping his batteries well to the front were most potent factors in the successes achieved. The services which he rendered to the American Expeditionary Forces were of inestimable value.
War Department, General Orders No. 126 (1919)


BURTCHAELL, CHARLES H.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Charles H. Burtchaell, Lieutenant General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Director General of Medical Service, British Expeditionary Forces, General Burtchaell displayed untiring zeal, eminent talents, and broad experience in providing adequate hospitalization and evacuation facilities for the sick and wounded of the American troops serving with the British Armies. His individual efforts counted largely in enabling the American Medical Service to function efficiently.
War Department, General Orders No. 87 (1919)


BUSH, W. A.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to W. A. Bush, Captain, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. At the request of the American Expeditionary Forces, Captain Bush was detailed as Instructor in gas defense, and rendered services of extraordinary merit at the school at Hanlon Field. Largely as the result of his energy, skill, and exact knowledge the school accomplished a most important mission, providing a course of instruction which, when put in practice in the field, prevented many casualties.
War Department, General Orders No. 87 (1919)


BUTLER, RICHARD H. K.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Richard H. K. Butler, Lieutenant General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. While Commanding the 3d Army Corps, British Expeditionary Forces, General Butler rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


BYNG, JULIAN H. G.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Julian H. G. Byng, General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. While Commanding the 3d Army, British Expeditionary Forces, General Byng rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 17 (1919)


CAMPBELL, RONALD B.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Ronald B. Campbell, Lieutenant Colonel, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. While serving as Deputy Inspector of Bayonet and Physical Training, British Expeditionary Forces, Lieutenant Colonel Campbell rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


CARTER, EVAN E.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Evan E. Carter, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. While serving as Director General of Forage and Supplies, British Expeditionary Forces, General Carter rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


CASSEL, FELIX
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Felix Cassel, Judge Advocate General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Judge Advocate General of the British forces, he ably assisted the American authorities with whom he came in contact. By his sound advice and able counsel on all questions affecting military justice he rendered services of great value to the American Expeditionary Forces.
War Department, General Orders No. 46 (1920)


CHARTERIS, JOHN
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to John Charteris, Colonel, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Brigadier General of Intelligence at British General Headquarters, Colonel Charteris rendered most valuable service to the American Expeditionary Forces during the early period of the organization of the staff by placing every facility at the disposal of the American staff officers who were sent to British General Headquarters for the purpose of instruction. He displayed military attainments of high order, tireless energy, and marked zeal in the performance of his exacting duties. He was at all times tactful and proved himself a loyal friend.
War Department, General Orders No. 126 (1919)


CHURCHILL, MR. WINSTON
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Mr. Winston Churchill, Minister of Munitions, a British civilian, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. Mr. Churchill rendered the Allied cause service of inestimable value. As British Minister of Munitions, he was confronted with a task of great magnitude. With ability of a high order, energy, and marked devotion to duty, he handled with great success the trying problems with which he was constantly confronted. In the performance of his great task he rendered valuable service to the American Expeditionary Forces.
War Department, General Orders No. 62 (1919)


CLARKE, TRAVERS E.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Travers E. Clarke, Lieutenant General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Quartermaster General, British Expeditionary Forces, General Clarke rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


CORNWALL, JAMES H. M.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to James H. M. Cornwall, Lieutenant Colonel, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. While a member of the Intelligence Section at British General Headquarters, Lieutenant Colonel Cornwall rendered us very valuable and distinguished services by his hearty cooperation in placing at the disposal of the American officers sent to British General Headquarters his experience and profound knowledge regarding the work of intelligence. He was at all times tactful and helpful, proving himself a loyal friend.
War Department, General Orders No. 126 (1919)


COVELL, FRANK C.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Frank C. Covell, Captain, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Liaison Officer at General Headquarters, Base Section No. 3, in London, Captain Covell performed his duties with great tact, skill, and indefatigable zeal. The harmony which constantly characterized the relations of the American authorities with the British War Office was due, in no small degree, to his faithful services.
War Department, General Orders No. 126 (1919)


COWANS, JOHN S.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to John S. Cowans, General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Quartermaster General to the Forces, British Army, General Cowans rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


CRAVEN, FRANCIS W.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Francis W. Craven, Lieutenant, British Royal Navy, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. While Commanding His Majesty's destroyer MOUNSEY, Lieutenant Craven rescued 7 officers and 313 men of the American forces at sea on 16 October 1918.
War Department, General Orders No. 27 (1919)


CROOKSHANK, SYDNEY D'A
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Sydney D'A Crookshank, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. The services General Crookshank rendered as Director General of Transportation of the British forces were of great merit. He heartily cooperated with the American authorities and gave much assistance to our Transportation Corps. He lent every effort to further those friendly relations which characterized the transportation services of the British and American Armies.
War Department, General Orders No. 2 (1920)


CUNINGHAME, THOMAS A. A. M.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Thomas A. A. M. Cuninghame, Lieutenant Colonel, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Instructor, Army Staff College, American Expeditionary Forces, Lieutenant Colonel Cuninghame rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


CURRIE, ARTHUR W.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Arthur W. Currie, Lieutenant General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. While Commanding Canadian Corps, British Expeditionary Forces, General Currie rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 17 (1919)


CURRY, PHILIP A.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Philip A. Curry, Major, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Director of Transports for the British Ministry of Shipping at the Port of New York, Major Curry rendered distinguished service during the movement of troops overseas.
War Department, General Orders No. 69 (1919)


DAVIDSON, GILBERT
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Gilbert Davidson, Lieutenant Colonel, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I, while serving with Forage and Supplies, British Expeditionary Services. Lieutenant Colonel Davidson extended whole-hearted cooperation to our supply procurement agencies, rendering very valuable services to the American Expeditionary Forces. By his efforts and devotion to the American interests, great quantities of necessary supplies were made available for our troops.
War Department, General Orders No. 87 (1919)


DAVIDSON, JOHN H.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to John H. Davidson, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. While serving with General Staff Operations, British Expeditionary Forces, General Davidson rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


DAVIES, FRANCIS J.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Francis J. Davies, Lieutenant General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Secretary of the British War Office and member of the Army Council, by his great energy and marked military attainments, General Davies rendered services of signal worth to the common cause.
War Department, General Orders No. 46 (1920)


DAWNAY, GUY
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Guy Dawnay, Lieutenant Colonel, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Head of the Staff Duties Section of the General Staff at General Headquarters American Expeditionary Forces, Lieutenant Colonel Dawnay was an important factor in the victorious termination of the war by his brilliant military attainments and unremitting zeal. He constantly manifested the utmost consideration for the American units attached to the British Armies, aiding materially in their training and thereby rendering invaluable services to the American Expeditionary Forces.
War Department, General Orders No. 126 (1919)


DEEDES, CHARLES P.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Charles P. Deedes, Brigadier General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Deputy Director of Staff Duties of the British Army, by his tact, marked ability, and spirit of whole-hearted cooperation with American officers on duty with the British Army Staff, ably assisting them in every endeavor, General Deedes rendered services of great value to the American Expeditionary Forces.
War Department, General Orders No. 46 (1920)


DELANO-OSBORNE, OSBORNE H.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Osborne H. Delano-Osborne, Brigadier General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. While serving as Director of Movements (transportation), British Army, General Delano-Osborne rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


DRAKE, JOHN
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to John Drake, Lieutenant Colonel, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Chief of the Intelligence Bureau Section at British General Headquarters, Lieutenant Colonel Drake at all times cooperated with the officers of the U.S. Army, and by his sound advice and cooperation rendered most valuable services to the American Expeditionary Forces. He was tireless in his devotion to his important duties, proving tactful and ready to come to our assistance at all times.
War Department, General Orders No. 126 (1919)


ELLES, HUGH J.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Hugh J. Elles, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. While Commanding the Tank Corps, British Expeditionary Forces, General Elles rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


EWART, RICHARD
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Richard Ewart, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Senior British Member of the Interallied Commission on the Repatriation of Prisoners of War, General Ewart has rendered conspicuous service to the United States and the allied Governments in connection with the sustenance, care, and homeward transportation of American and allied prisoners released by the armistice. He has at all times displayed a personal interest and supervising influence which resulted in speedy and comfortable repatriation of prisoners of war.
War Department, General Orders No. 126 (1919)


FORBES, ARTHUR W.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Arthur W. Forbes, Brigadier General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Commander of the Embarkation area of the Port of Liverpool, General Forbes gave important assistance to the American Expeditionary Forces. At all times he exhibited a spirit of zealous cooperation with the American authorities, placing all the facilities of his important office at their disposal. He rendered service of conspicuous worth to the American Expeditionary Forces.
War Department, General Orders No. 46 (1920)


FORD, REGINALD
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Reginald Ford, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. While serving as British Representative, Military Board of Allied Supply, General Ford rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


FOULKES, CHARLES H.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Charles H. Foulkes, Brigadier General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. While serving as Director, British Chemical Warfare Service, General Foulkes rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


FOWKE, GEORGE H.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to George H. Fowke, Lieutenant General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. While serving as Adjutant General, British Expeditionary Services, General Fowke rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


FOWLER, JOHN S.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to John S. Fowler, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Director of Signals of the British Expeditionary Forces, General Fowler constantly rendered us valuable assistance in connection with the supply of needed material at critical times. He aided us very materially in promoting the efficiency of our electrical communications, displaying at all times military and scientific attainments of a high order. He was energetic in our behalf, proving himself a loyal friend of the American Expeditionary Forces.
War Department, General Orders No. 126 (1919)


FURSE, WILLIAM T.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to William T. Furse, Lieutenant General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. While serving as Master General of the Ordnance, British Expeditionary Forces, General Furse rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


GEIGER, GERALD J. P.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Gerald J. P. Geiger, Major, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Liaison Officer of the British with the American Army, and later as Chief of the British Mission at the Headquarters of the 3d Army, Major Geiger has, by his tact, loyalty, and painstaking efforts, earnestly cooperated with the American authorities in handling the difficult problems which constantly arose, rendering services of great worth to the American Expeditionary Forces.
War Department, General Orders No. 46 (1920)


GELLIBRAND, JOHN
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to John Gellibrand, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. During the operations against the Hindenburg line near Ronssoy, in September 1918, General Gellibrand Commanded with brilliant leadership the 3d Australian Division, operating in close liaison with the 27th American Division. The fine spirit of comradeship prevailing between the officers and soldiers of these two divisions was in no small measure a reflection of the warm spirit of cooperation which he constantly manifested and his willingness to aid the American Expeditionary Forces in every way possible.
War Department, General Orders No. 126 (1919)


GILES, EDWARD D.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Edward D. Giles, Lieutenant Colonel, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Advisor to the Training and Instruction Branch, War Plans Division, Lieutenant Colonel Giles rendered invaluable assistance in making possible the inception and successful conduct of war-time instruction at the Army War College.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


GLYN, RALPH G.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Ralph G. Glyn, Major, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Instructor, Army Staff college, American Expeditionary Forces, Major Glyn rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


GOLIGHER, HUGH G.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Hugh G. Goligher, Brigadier General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. Serving as a Financial Officer of the British Expeditionary Forces in France, by his broad experience and extraordinary administrative ability, General Goligher proved a notable factor in the success of the allied cause. He was at all times at the service of the American officers, who were charged with questions of supply and finance, and by his sound advice, unfailing courtesy, and loyal spirit of cooperation rendered services of the utmost value to the American Expeditionary Forces.
War Department, General Orders No. 126 (1919)


GOODWIN, THOMAS H. J. C.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Thomas H. J. C. Goodwin, Lieutenant General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Surgeon General of the British Army, General Goodwin placed at the disposal of the American division serving with the British forces all the evacuation and hospitalization facilities at his command. His eminent skill, ability and broad experience enabled him to extend most useful cooperation.
War Department, General Orders No. 87 (1919)


GREEN, ARTHUR F. U.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Arthur F. U. Green, Colonel, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. Colonel Green has done conspicuous service as Chief of Staff of the British Mission. His sound judgment, sympathetic understanding, and steadfastness of purpose contributed in large measure to the furtherance of Anglo-American understanding and to the execution of the terms of the armistice.
War Department, General Orders No. 14 (1920)


GUTHRIE, MR. CONNOP
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Mr. Connop Guthrie, , a British Civilian, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As a Member of the Shipping Control Committee, British Ministry of Shipping, Mr. Guthrie's services in connection with negotiations for British tonnage in the interchange of tonnage by the War Department and the British Government have been conspicuous.
War Department, General Orders No. 102 (1919)


HAIG, DOUGLAS
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Douglas Haig, Field Marshall, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I, as Commander in Chief of the British Armies in France, as an expression to his of the high regard of the people of the United States and of their Army, for the distinguished and patriotic services which he has rendered to the common cause in which he has been associated on the battle fields of Europe.
War Department, General Orders No. 111 (1918)


HAKING, RICHARD C. B.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Richard C. B. Haking, Lieutenant General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. General Haking rendered conspicuously meritorious service as Chief of the British Mission, standing shoulder-to-shoulder with the Chief of the American Mission in all questions of policy, aiding with rare tact and a genial personality the cordial relations between the English-speaking missions. He saw 52 months of service in the field, Commanded the XI Army Corps, and is the hero of the relief of Lille in 1918.
War Department, General Orders No. 14 (1920)


HARINGTON, CHARLES H.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Charles H. Harington, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. Serving as Deputy Chief of the Imperial General Staff, British Army, General Harington rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


HEADLAM, JOHN E. W.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to John E. W. Headlam, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. While serving as Chief of British Artillery Mission to the United States, General Headlam rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 11 (1919)


HEATH, GERARD M.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Gerard M. Heath, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Engineer in Chief of the British Expeditionary Forces General Heath performed with conspicuous success, highly responsible duties in the struggle against the common enemy. He gave unfailing support to the American units serving with the British Armies, and in spite of the numerous other tasks sough every opportunity to aid in developing their efficiency, thereby rendering services of the utmost value to the American Expeditionary Forces.
War Department, General Orders No. 126 (1919)


HOLLAND, HENRY W.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Henry W. Holland, Lieutenant Colonel, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. Serving with the Censorship and Publicity Section, British Army, Lieutenant Colonel Holland rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


HONE, THOMAS N.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Thomas N. Hone, Captain, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Assistant to the Chief of the British Mission at American General Headquarters from December 1917 to June 1919, by his complete knowledge of the Intelligence Service, fostered by an earnest spirit of cooperation, Captain Hone gave much valuable aid to our Second Section of the General Staff, offering them every facility at his command.
War Department, General Orders No. 126 (1919)


HORNE, HENRY S.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Henry S. Horne, General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. While Commanding the 1st Army, British Expeditionary Forces, General Horne rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 17 (1919)


HUTCHINSON, HUGH M.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Hugh M. Hutchinson, Lieutenant Colonel, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Instructor at the Gondrecourt Schools, Lieutenant Colonel Hutchinson rendered service of exceptional value in the training of a large number of officers of the American Expeditionary Forces. He was tireless in devotion to his important duties and displayed military attainments of high order. Tactful and forceful in the presentation of important subjects, he gave us very valuable assistance.
War Department, General Orders No. 126 (1919)


HUTCHINSON, ROBERT
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Robert Hutchinson, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. While serving as Director of Organization, British Army, General Hutchinson rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


JACK, EVAN M.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Evan M. Jack, Lieutenant Colonel, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Officer in Charge of maps in British General Headquarters, Lieutenant Colonel Jack rendered valuable and distinguished services to the American Expeditionary Forces, making available to us all the information at his command. He provided for the instruction of American officers on the British front, and supplied us with special technical equipment that could not be obtained elsewhere.
War Department, General Orders No. 126 (1919)


JACOB, CLAUD W.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Claud W. Jacob, Lieutenant General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. While Commanding the 2d Army Corps, British Expeditionary Forces, General Jacob rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


JONES, ROBERT
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Robert Jones, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. An eminent orthopedic surgeon and Chief of the Division of Orthopedic Surgery in the British Army, General Jones placed at the disposal of the Medical Service of the American Expeditionary Forces his eminent talents and broad experience in standardizing methods of treatment for the sick and wounded and took an active personal interest in class instruction of American medical officers in this very important branch of surgery.
War Department, General Orders No. 124 (1919)


JURY, EDWARD C.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Edward C. Jury, Lieutenant Colonel, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Principal Assistant to the Chief of the British Mission attached to the American General Headquarters of the period, January 1918 to March 1919, by his brilliant military ability and his earnest spirit of whole-hearted cooperation with the personnel of our Fourth and Fifth Sections of the General Staff, Lieutenant Colonel Jury gave much valuable assistance to these sections during the period of their organization and development, rendering services of inestimable value to the American Expeditionary Forces.
War Department, General Orders No. 126 (1919)


KNAPP, KEMPSTER K.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Kempster K. Knapp, Brigadier General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. In command of the British Artillery supporting the 2d American Corps during the operations from 27 September 1918 to 21 October 1918, General Knapp proved of invaluable assistance to our Infantry. He showed himself an indefatigable worker, a brilliant tactician, and a loyal friend.
War Department, General Orders No. 87 (1919)


LAMB, MALCOLM H. M.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Malcolm H. M. Lamb, Major, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Chief of Intelligence, Line Communications, British Expeditionary Forces, Major Lamb assisted most ably in the organization, instruction, and working of the American Intelligence Section in the Services of Supply. Due to his advice, experience and aid many of the difficult problems confronting our Services of Supply during its preliminary organization were successfully overcome. The services which he rendered the American Expeditionary Forces were most valuable.
War Department, General Orders No. 126 (1919)


LAWRENCE, HERBERT A.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Herbert A. Lawrence, Lieutenant General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. While serving as Chief of Staff, British Expeditionary Forces, General Lawrence rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 17 (1919)


LAWRENCE, RICHARD C. B.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Richard C. B. Lawrence, Brigadier General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. When the American base was established at Marseille, General Lawrence was of the utmost assistance in its development and maintenance by the practical aid and valuable advice he gave. Always ready, in case of need, to place at our disposition the valuable facilities acquired by the British Base during four years of operation, he made possible an increased supply to the American troops. By his fervent spirit of cooperation he rendered service of inestimable value to the American Expeditionary Forces.
War Department, General Orders No. 126 (1919)


LEISHMAN, WILLIAM B.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to William B. Leishman, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. By his marked energy and zealous cooperation with the Medical Service of the American Expeditionary Forces in important research work, General Leishman promoted the efficient treatment of the American sick and wounded. His remarkable achievements in the domain of preventive medicine and wound bacteriology resulted in the saving of many lives among our wounded. His services were of great consequence to the American Expeditionary Forces.
War Department, General Orders No. 60 (1920)


LINDBURY, CHARLES A.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Charles A. Lindbury, Major, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. While attached to the 2d Army Corps, American Expeditionary Forces, Major Lindbury rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


LIVESAY, ROBERT O'H
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Robert O'H Livesay, Brigadier General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Instructor at the American Army General Staff College, General Livesay rendered services of exceptional value to the American Expeditionary Forces in connection with the efficient training of our officers. He displayed military attainment of high order in the performance of his exacting duties, working always whole-heartedly in our interests. He proved himself sound in judgment, tactful, and a loyal friend.
War Department, General Orders No. 126 (1919)


LYNDEN-BELL, ARTHUR L.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Arthur L. Lynden-Bell, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Director of Staff Duties at British General Headquarters, General Lynden-Bell performed with distinction the important duties of his high office. In the midst of his manifold and exacting tasks he interested himself repeatedly in behalf of the American Expeditionary Forces, rendering us service of exceptional value. Through his instrumentality masses of information requested by us of the British Mission at Washington, Versailles, and at American General Headquarters have been made available. Most helpful at all times, he has proved himself a loyal friend.
War Department, General Orders No. 126 (1919)


MACDONOGH, GEORGE M. W.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to George M. W. MacDonogh, Lieutenant General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Adjutant General to the forces, British Army, General MacDonogh rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


MACPHERSON, WILLIAM G.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to William G. MacPherson, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Deputy Director General of Medical Services of the British Armies in France, General MacPherson displayed exceptional energy, initiative, and good judgment in directing and supervising in the most expeditious manner possible the organization , equipment, and training of medical department units of the 2d Corps, American Expeditionary Forces, serving with the British Expeditionary Forces. It was largely through his cooperation and individual efforts that the Medical Service of the 2d Corps, American Expeditionary Forces, was prepared in time to proficiently discharge its duties to the sick and wounded in combat.
War Department, General Orders No. 56 (1921)


MAUD, HARRY
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Harry Maud, Colonel, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. Serving with the Forage and Supplies, British Expeditionary Forces, Colonel Maud gave most valuable assistance to the American Expeditionary Forces in the procurement of necessary supplies for our troops. He rendered tactful and most willing service, affording whole-hearted cooperation in his important duties.
War Department, General Orders No. 87 (1919)


MAY, REGINALD S.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Reginald S. May, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. While serving as Deputy Quartermaster General, British Expeditionary Forces, General May rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


MCLACHLAN, JAMES D.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to James D. McLachlan, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I, for services rendered the U.S. Army while serving as Military Attaché to the British Embassy, Washington, D.C.
War Department, General Orders No. 11 (1919)


MCNAMEE, JOHN T.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to John T. McNamee, Captain, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Instructor with the 1st Gas Regiment, American Expeditionary Forces, Captain McNamee worked unceasingly in developing aggressive forms of gas attack. He was tireless in his devotion to duty, showing particularly valuable ability in personally supervising the liaison and conduct of the gas operations in the Meuse-Argonne Drive.
War Department, General Orders No. 126 (1919)


MILNE, GEORGE F.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to George F. Milne, Lieutenant General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As British Minister of War General Milne displayed military attainments of a high order, achieving a brilliant success. Untiring in devotion to his important duties, he was aggressive and capable, rendering service of inestimable value to the American Expeditionary Forces and the allied cause.
War Department, General Orders No. 62 (1919)


MONASH, JOHN
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to John Monash, Lieutenant General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. While Commanding the Australian Army Corps, British Expeditionary Forces, General Monash rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 4 (1919)


MONTGOMERY, ARCHIBALD A.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Archibald A. Montgomery, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Chief of Staff of the 4th British Army, General Montgomery directed the operations of the 2d American Army Corps with distinguished ability, displaying military attainments of the highest order. The officers and soldiers of the 27th, 30th, and 33d U.S. Divisions are justly proud of having served with their English comrades against the common foe and of having shared with them in the successes which were due, in no small degree, to his capable direction.
War Department, General Orders No. 126 (1919)


NASH, PHILIP A. M.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Philip A. M. Nash, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. The service General Nash rendered the American Expeditionary Forces as Inspector General of Transportation for the British Army and as a Member of the Interallied Transportation Council was of the greatest value. He lent every possible assistance to the American military authorities, giving us sound advice and important information.
War Department, General Orders No. 87 (1919)


NEEDHAM, HENRY
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Henry Needham, Lieutenant Colonel, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. While serving as Instructor at the Army General Staff College, American Expeditionary Forces, Lieutenant Colonel rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


OVERTON, GEORGE C. R.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to George C. R. Overton, Lieutenant Colonel, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. While serving as Liaison Officer, American Rest Camp, Winchester, England, Lieutenant Colonel Overton rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


PAKENHAM, HERCULES A.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Hercules A. Pakenham, Lieutenant Colonel, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. While serving on the General Staff, British Army, Lieutenant Colonel Pakenham rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 29 (1919)


PARSONS, HAROLD D. E.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Harold D. E. Parsons, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Director of Equipment and Ordnance Stores of the British Expeditionary Forces, General Parsons was able to render assistance of the greatest value to the American Expeditionary Forces. He aided us most markedly in the procurement of artillery material and ammunition from British sources, at all times giving loyal cooperation.
War Department, General Orders No. 87 (1919)


PEAL, EDWARD R.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Edward R. Peal, Lieutenant Colonel, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. While in Charge of the British Aviation Office at Paris, France, Lieutenant Colonel Peal rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


PHILLIPS, OWEN F.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Owen F. Phillips, Brigadier General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I, as Commanding General, 2d Australian Division, British Expeditionary Forces. Commanding the Artillery in support of the 30th American Division in the operations of 8 - 11 October 1918, General Phillips added greatly in the successes achieved at that time during these operations. He displayed military ability of the highest order and a spirit of earnest cooperation which made the members of the American units proud to be associated with him in their operations against the common foe.
War Department, General Orders No. 126 (1919)


PLAYFAIR, PATRICK H. L.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Patrick H. L. Playfair, Lieutenant Colonel, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. While Commanding the 13th Wing, Royal Air Forces, Lieutenant Colonel Playfair rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


PLUMER, HERBERT C. O.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Herbert C. O. Plumer, General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. While Commanding the 2d Army, British Expeditionary Forces, General Plumer rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 17 (1919)


PRITCHARD, CLIVE G.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Clive G. Pritchard, Brigadier General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. The valuable service General Pritchard rendered to the American Expeditionary Forces in supplying our divisions with artillery while he was serving as Deputy Chief of Artillery, 4th British Army, will ever be remembered. Giving us the benefit of his brilliant experience as an artillerist he made an extended tour of American Artillery camps and thereby aided materially in bringing this branch of our arms up to the standard required for effective combat.
War Department, General Orders No. 126 (1919)


PUCKLE, FREDERICK K.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Frederick K. Puckle, Lieutenant Colonel, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. With the British Ministry at Washington and later in France, Lieutenant Colonel Puckle rendered services of inestimable value in the training of officers for the U.S. Quartermaster Corps and in the preparation of that department for oversea service. He gave us great assistance also in connection with the preliminary arrangements for the supply of our forces. He was tireless in the performance of his exacting duties, tactful at all times, and a loyal friend.
War Department, General Orders No. 126 (1919)


RADCLIFFE, PERCY P. DEB
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Percy P. deB Radcliffe, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Director of Military Operations, British War Office, General Radcliffe rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


RAWLINSON, HENRY S.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Henry S. Rawlinson, General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. While Commanding the 4th Army, British Expeditionary Forces, General Rawlinson rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 17 (1919)


RENNISON, WILLIAM
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to William Rennison, Major, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. While serving as Instructor, Army School of the Line, American Expeditionary Forces, Major Rennison rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


ROBERTSON, WILLIAM R.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to William R. Robertson, General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Commander in Chief, British Army, General Robertson rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


RUDOLPH, FREDERICK
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Frederick Rudolph, Lieutenant General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. While Commanding the 10th British Army in Italy, General Rudolph rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


SACKVILLE-WEST, CHARLES J.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Charles J. Sackville-West, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I, for services to the Allied and associated governments as Permanent Military Representative, British Section, Supreme War Council.
War Department, General Orders No. 75 (1919)


SALMON, GEOFFREY N.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Geoffrey N. Salmon, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. Detailed as an Instructor to the school at Chatillon-sur-Seine, France, General Salmon displayed military attainments of a high order, and rendered very valuable services to the American Expeditionary Forces in connection with the training of its officers. He was tireless in devotion to his important duties, and at all times tactful and energetic in the presentation of important subjects.
War Department, General Orders No. 126 (1919)


SALMOND, JOHN M.
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The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to John M. Salmond, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As General Officer Commanding the British Royal Air Forces in the field, General Salmond distinguished himself by the exceptionally valuable services he performed. He aided and furthered the training of the units of the U.S. Air Service attached to his command. He organized the training in the field of squadrons, pilots, ground officers, and mechanics of the American Air Service, rendering us most valuable assistance at all times.
War Department, General Orders No. 87 (1919)


SARGENT, HARRY N.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Harry N. Sargent, Brigadier General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Chief of the British Military Mission, Headquarters, Services of Supply, General Sargent provided for prompt and satisfactory procurement of enormous amounts of supplies from England, thereby contributing greatly to the successes achieved by the American Expeditionary Forces.
War Department, General Orders No. 87 (1919)


SINCLAIR-MACLAGAN, EWEN G.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Ewen G. Sinclair-Maclagan, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. The 27th and 30th U.S. Division profited by the wide experience and brilliant military attainments which General Sinclair-Maclagan displayed as Commander of the 4th Australian Division, British Army, when he served with the 2d American Army Corps and so ably assisted in the direction of the operations. The officers of these organizations count it a high privilege to have been associated with him during the final phases of the struggle with the common enemy, in which he and his forces played such a splendid part.
War Department, General Orders No. 126 (1919)


STUDD, HERBERT W.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Herbert W. Studd, Brigadier General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I, for services to the allied and associated Governments as Chief of Staff, British Section, Supreme War Council.
War Department, General Orders No. 75 (1919)


SYKES, FREDERICK H.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Frederick H. Sykes, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Chief of Staff of the British Air Forces, by his willing spirit of cooperation with the American authorities in all matters pertaining to the Air Service and its operation, General Sykes rendered service of great worth to the American Expeditionary Forces.
War Department, General Orders No. 46 (1920)


THOMAS, GEORGE P.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to George P. Thomas, Captain, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. Captain Thomas rendered valuable services to the American Expeditionary Forces in connection with the training of American Artillery officers. He displayed high military attainments and a keen comprehension of conditions in the field. His service was continuously marked by devotion to duty, tireless energy and tact.
War Department, General Orders No. 126 (1919)


THOMPSON, HARRY N.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Harry N. Thompson, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. An eminent Medical Officer, and as Director of the Medical Service, 1st British Field Army in France, General Thompson placed his time and energy at the disposal of the American Expeditionary Forces. The Sanitary School maintained in his Army for teaching front-line medical requirements was utilized for the instruction of the American Medical Officers sent to him by classes. The observation and experience gained by these student officers under his able supervision and guidance eventually resulted in the saving of lives of many American wounded.
War Department, General Orders No. 124 (1919)


THORNTON, HENRY W.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Henry W. Thornton, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Paris Representative of the Director of General Movements and Railways in London, General Thornton rendered the greatest assistance to the American Expeditionary Forces in the procurement of hospital trains and supplies. He furnished us with information which proved most important in the development of the American Transportation Corps.
War Department, General Orders No. 87 (1919)


THWAITES, WILLIAM
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to William Thwaites, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Director of Military Intelligence, British War Office, General Thwaites rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


TRENCHARD, HUGH M.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Hugh M. Trenchard, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Chief of Air Service, British Expeditionary Forces, General Trenchard rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


TROTTER, GERALD F.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Gerald F. Trotter, Brigadier General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I, for services rendered the U.S. Army while serving as Chief of the British Military (or Advisory) Mission to the United States.
War Department, General Orders No. 11 (1919)


TWINING, PHILIP G.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Philip G. Twining, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As Director of the Royal Engineers, British Army, by his active interest in behalf of the needs of the American services in both France and England, General Twining has given valuable services to the American Expeditionary Forces. Always manifesting an aggressive spirit in furthering our efforts, he handled many important questions of supply with marked tact and diplomacy.
War Department, General Orders No. 126 (1919)


WAGSTAFF, CYRIL M.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Cyril M. Wagstaff, Brigadier General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. Serving as Chief, British Mission, General Headquarters, American Expeditionary Forces, General Wagstaff rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


WALLACE, CUTHBERT S.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Cuthbert S. Wallace, Major General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As eminent Consulting Surgeon, and while serving with the British Expeditionary Forces in France, with untiring zeal General Wallace devoted his time and energy toward promoting standard methods for efficient treatment of American sick and wounded, and unreservedly placed at the disposal of the medical service of the American Expeditionary Forces his eminent talents, broad experience, and knowledge of general conditions, with a view to assisting in the prevention of wastage among our forces from wounds and disease.
War Department, General Orders No. 124 (1919)


WATTS, HERBERT E.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Herbert E. Watts, Lieutenant General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. While Commanding the 19th Army Corps, British Expeditionary Forces, General Watts rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


WEIR, MR. ANDREW
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Mr. Andrew Weir, , a British Civilian, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. As British Surveyor General of Supplies, Mr. Weir displayed ability of a high order, untiring devotion to duty, and zeal in the performance of his exacting duties. At all times he worked with singleness of purpose for the good of the allied cause, rendering service of exceptional value to the American Expeditionary Forces.
War Department, General Orders No. 62 (1919)


WEIR, MR. WILLIAM
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Mr. William Weir, , a British Civilian, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I, as British Secretary of State for the Royal Air Force. In the performance of his important duties, Mr. Weir displayed great energy and ability of a high order. He handled difficult situations with tact and aggressiveness, achieving brilliant results. At all times he was zealous to the best interests of the American Expeditionary Forces.
War Department, General Orders No. 62 (1919)


WELLESLEY, WILLIAM R.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to William R. Wellesley, Lieutenant Colonel, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. In his capacity as Undersecretary of State for War, Lieutenant Colonel Wellesley manifested a constant desire to assist the American Expeditionary Forces in every possible way. The cordial spirit of cooperation and harmony which has marked the relations between the British and American forces during their struggle against the common enemy has been due, in large measure, to his zealous efforts.
War Department, General Orders No. 46 (1920)


WILSON, HENRY H.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Henry H. Wilson, General, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. Serving as Chief of the Imperial General Staff, British War Office, General Wilson rendered invaluable service to the American Expeditionary Forces and to the cause in which the United States has been engaged.
War Department, General Orders No. 45 (1919)


WINTERBOTHAM, HAROLD ST. J. L.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Harold St. J. L. Winterbotham, Lieutenant Colonel, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I. Lieutenant Colonel Winterbotham's advice, constructive criticism, and keen personal interest influenced greatly the organization and methods of training for topographic and ranging work in the American Expeditionary Forces. He personally furnished us with a large amount of important topographic data and information on survey and ranging work in the British and German Armies which could not have been obtained elsewhere and which proved of the greatest value to us.
War Department, General Orders No. 126 (1919)


WORTHINGTON, EDWARD S.
Citation:
The President of the United States takes pleasure in presenting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Edward S. Worthington, Colonel, Royal British Army, for exceptionally meritorious and distinguished service in a position of great responsibility to the Government of the United States, during World War I, for services demanding the fullest of his time and energy. Colonel Worthington exerted himself to such good purpose in behalf of Medical Officers of the U.S. Army that large numbers of them were sent for special and intensive instruction to the various special medical and hospital centers in the British Isles, where they received at the hand of Great Britain's most eminent instructors the lessons learned from three years of war, thereby enabling the American surgeons to apply the knowledge acquired, with the result that many lives and limbs were conserved in the American Expeditionary Forces.
War Department, General Orders No. 2 (1920)

 

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