George Broadley was officer in charge, Stretcher Parties, West Ham Casualty Service. He was involved in incidents at South Hallsville School Holborn Road and Jersey Road.
He was awarded the George Medal 4th April 1941. The George Medal is the second highest honour for bravery for a civilian. Also shown is his Defence Medal which was awarded for three years service in Great Britain, six months abroad or three months in a mine or bomb-disposal units. (attachment shows reverse of the medals)
Part of Newham Heritage & Archives collection