Captain of the Afterguard Thomas Pride VC - Royal Navy ( HMS 'Euryalas' )




National Maritime Museum



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The following Victoria Crosses are held by the National Maritime Museum
Rank First Name Last Name National Maritime Museum
Crimean War ( 1854-1856 )
Vice Admiral Sir William HEWETT Royal Navy ( Naval Brigade )
Rear Admiral Charles Davis LUCAS * Royal Navy ( HMS 'Hecla' )
Captain Sir William PEEL Royal Navy ( Naval Brigade )
Boatswain John SHEPPARD Royal Navy ( Naval Brigade )
Indian Mutiny ( 1857-1858 )
Boatswain Mate John HARRISON Royal Navy ( Naval Brigade )
Able Seaman Edward ROBINSON Royal Navy ( Naval Brigade )
Captain Thomas James YOUNG Royal Navy ( Naval Brigade )
Shimonoseki, Japan ( 1864 )
Captain of the
Afterguard
Thomas PRIDE Royal Navy ( HMS 'Euryalas' )
First World War ( 1914-1918 )
Captain Ronald Neil STUART Royal Naval Reserve ( HMS 'Pargust' )
Kronstadt Harbour, North Russia ( 1919 )
Rear Admiral Claude Congreve DOBSON Royal Navy ( Coastal Motor Boat No. 31 )
Second World War ( 1939-1945 )
Able Seaman William Alfred SAVAGE Royal Navy ( Raid on St Nazaire )

* = The reverse of the Charles Lucas Victoria Cross is not engraved and is recognised as being a very poor 'copy' VC.

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1 December 2010