Campaign Group to 393885 SJT A E Robinson R Tank R / somehow awarded LSGC
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Albert Edward Robinson was a Postman from Camberwell London.
He had two periods of service in the Army. The first being marred by terrible conduct. He first signed up on 19th March 1920 joining the Dragoons.
In March 1931 he was reduced to the ranks from L/Sergt and jailed from 56 days. His charges were;
1. Striking a superior officer being in the execution of his duty.
2. Using threatening language to his superior officer.
3. Resiting his escort whose duty it was to have him in charge.
4. When in arrest escaping.
He made his way back up to L/Cpl. However, he was deprived of the rank on 13th September 1937 when he failed to carry out his duties and not complying with an order to revert to the permanent grade of Cpl.
Upon discharge in 1938 his character was noted as 'Bad'
In July 1939 he rejoined and served in Burma and India with the Light Tank branch of the RTR. He was awarded the Long Service Good Conduct Medal on 19th May 1945.
With full-service papers. Medals confirmed.
Swing mounted as worn.
LSGC correctly impressed 393885 SJT A E Robinson RTR