Gabriele d’Annunzio (Italian) OMS,GMG, MVM
Paul Bewsher, DSC
Edmund Blunden MC
Lt. John Brown, MC
Charles Carrington, MC
Erskine Childers, DSC
2nd Lieutenant L. N. Cook, MC, GVR, Royal Lancaster Regiment
Miles Jeffery Game Day, DSC
Owen Evans, MM (1888 – 1918) - Welsh poet – Bardic name Rhiwlas
John Orr Ewing, MC
Denys Garstin MC, DSO, Order of St. Catherine of Russia (1890 - 1918) – British writer, poet, diplomat and soldier
Edward John Langford Garstin MC (1893 - 1955) – British poet
The Hon. Julian G. Grenfell, DSO
Lt. Col. John Hay Maitland Hardyman DSO, MC
F.W. Harvey, DCM
Ivan Heald MC (1883 - 1916) - British writer, poet and journalist
William Noel Hodgson, MC
Geoffrey Anketell Studdert Kennedy MC (1883 –1929) aka Woodbine Willy; Army Chaplain and poet
Joyce Kilmer (1886 - 1918) – French Croix de Guerre
Percy Hugh Beverley Lyon, MC – British poet known as PHBL
Ewart Alan Mackintosh, MC
John Charles Beech Masefield, MC
Charles Scott Moncrieff, MC
Armine Frank Gibson Norris MC
Wilfred Owen, MC
Vivian Telfer Pemberton MC,
Alexander Lancaster Pemberton, MC
Claude Quayle Penrose MC and Bar, MiD
Herbert Edward Read, MC, DSO, MiD,
Edgell Rickword MC
Siegfried Sassoon, MC
William Maunsell Scanlan, MC, MM – Canadian
Gerald Caldwell Siordet, MC – British (Somme, 1st July 1916 kia Feb. 1917)
Francis W. Smith, MC Lieutenant, Leeds Rifles, West Yorks Regt. Reilly p 296
Captain James Sprent, MC (1883 - 1948) – Australian poet and doctor
Adrian Consett Stephen, MC – Australian writer
John Ebenezer Stewart MC
Patrick Shaw-Stewart was awarded the Chevalier of the Legion of Honour – Croix de Guerre (France) for his services as a Liaison Officer with the French Headquarters.
W.G. Thomas, MC (1883 - 1960) - Captain
Edward John Thompson, MC, MiD - Poet and Chaplain (1886 – 1946) – 7th Division, Mesopotamia
Arthur Walderne St. Clair Tisdall VC (1890 - 1915) – British poet
Richard Brereton Marriott Watson MC
Archibald Percival Wavell, 1st Earl Wavel MC (1883 - 1950) - awarded MC during 2nd Battle of Ypres
John Hunter Wickersham Congressional Medal of Honor (1890 - 1918) – American WW1 soldier poet
Eric Fitzwater Wilkinson, MC
Fabian Strachey Woodley, MC
Robert Julian Yeatman MC (15 July 1897 – 13 July 1968) - British humorist wrote for “Punch” magazine.
Edward Hilton Young, GBE, DSO, DSC & Bar, PC
Geoffrey Winthrop Young (1876 - 1958) - British poet and mountaineer; served with the Friends Ambulance Unit,and later in command of the First British Ambulance for Italy. He was mentioned in British Despatches and awarded the Belgian Order of Leopold for exceptional courage and resource, and the Italian silver medal' for Valour'
Geoffrey de Gruchy Barkas, MC, artist/film maker
Hans Bartle (1880 - 1943) - Austrian official WW1 artist. Iron Cross; Silver Medal for Bravery; the Knight's Cross of the Franz Joseph Order
Alan Edmund Beeton, MC
John Warwick Brooke DCM – official WW1 war photographer
Helena Gleichen Italian Bronze Medal of Military Valour
William Robert Gregory MC (1881 – 1918) - Irish-born, RFC/RAF British airman, artist and cricketer; France made him a Chevalier of the Legion d'Honneur in 1917
Antony Gibbons Grinling, MC – artist and sculptor
Carl W Herman, MM (1888 – 1955) – artist
Charles Sargeant Jagger MC ARA (1885 – 1934) British sculptor
Richard Barrett Talbot Kelly MC (1896-1971), Lieutenant Royal Field Artillery
A W Lloyd, MC – Arthur Wynell Lloyd (1883 - 1933) – British cartoonist
Walter Marsden MC (1882–1969) – sculptor
John B. McDowell, MC, BEM (1877 – 1954) – British film maker, director and cameraman during WW1
Waldo Peirce (December 17, 1884 – March 8, 1970) was an American painter, who for many years reveled in living the life of a bohemian expatriate. Croix de Guerre
William Charles Penn MC
Geneste Penrose MM
Gerald Spencer Pryse MC (1882–1956) was a British artist and lithographer.
E.H. Shepard, MC – artist
William George Storm, MC (1882 - 1917) – Canadian artist
Dents Wells, BEM (1881-1973) served in the Artists Rifles during WWI; awarded a B.E.M. for gallantry. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/British_Empire_Medal
Sir George Hubert Wilkins MC & Bar (31 October 1888 – 30 November 1958).
NOTE; James Miles Langstaff ( 1883 - 1917) was Mentioned in Despatches and recommended for a Military Cross.
Rev. WRF Addison VC
Rev. Theodore Bayley Hardy, VC, DSO, MC (20 October 1863 – 18 October 1918)
Reverend Captain Herbert B. Cowl, MC
Rev. Geoffrey Anketell Studdert Kennedy MC (1883 –1929) aka Woodbine Willy; Army Chaplain and poet
Rev. Noel Mellish VC, MC
Rev. Basil Pemberton Plumptre, MC (1883 - 1917) – British Army Chaplain
Rev. Morgan Watcyn-Williams, MC
Medal Shown above: British Military Cross. The Military Cross award was created on 28th December 1914 for commissioned officers of the substantive rank of Captain or below and for Warrant Officers. Awards were announced in “The London Gazette”. From August 1916, recipients of the Cross were entitled to use the post-nominal letters MC, and bars could be awarded for further acts of gallantry meriting the award.
The award was established in 1916, with retrospective application to 1914, and was awarded to other ranks for "acts of gallantry and devotion to duty under fire".
The Military Medal was discontinued in 1993 when it was replaced by the Military Cross, which was extended to all ranks, while other Commonwealth nations instituted their own award systems in the post war period.
The Victoria Cross
The Victoria Cross (VC) is the highest military decoration awarded for valour "in the face of the enemy" to members of the armed forces of various Commonwealth countries, and previous British Empire territories. It takes precedence over all other orders, decorations and medals.
The VC t may be awarded to a person of any rank in any service and to civilians under military command. The VC is usually presented to the recipient or to their next of kin by the British monarch at an investiture held at Buckingham Palace.
The VC was introduced on 29th January, 1856 by Queen Victoria to honour acts of valour during the Crimean War. Since then, the medal has been awarded 1,358 times to 1,355 individual recipients.