Arakan Campaign
    Agnew, Richard Leslie ( 1943-1945 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Britain
    Assheton, William Radclyffe
Barran, Philip Henry
Branch, Guy Rawstron
Davis, Carl Raymond
Hives, Edward ( 1940 )
Kay-Shuttleworth, Richard Ughtred Paul, 2nd Baron Shuttleworth
St. John, Peter Cape Beauchamp ( 1940 )
    Count equals 7 individuals.

Battle of Crete
Acheson, Nicholas Archibald Edward Patrick
    Pack-Beresford, Denis John
Wuthenau, Carl Adam
    Count equals 3 individuals.

Battle of Dunkirk
    Beamish, Richard Marie ( 1940 )
    Hamill-Stewart, Charles Edward ( 1940 ), where he was captured and became a POW
    Count equals 2 individuals.

Battle of El Alamein
Bruhl, Heinrich ( 1 Jul 1942 )
Bulwer-Lytton, Alexander Edward John, Viscount Knebworth
Craig, Ian Neville ( Oct 1942 )
Evatt, John Henry Beckwith ( Oct 1942 )
Fortescue, Hugh Peter, Viscount Ebrington ( 17 Jul 1942 )
Legge, William, Viscount Lewisham
Lyle, Ian Archibald de Hoghton ( Oct 1942 )
    Tomkin, James Michael Heigham Royce
Ward, Denis Erskine ( Oct 1942 )
Wyndham, Henry Scawen ( 28 Oct 1942 )
    Count equals 10 individuals.

Battle of Knightsbridge
Seely, William Evelyn ( 6 Jun 1942 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of Stalingrad
Kloss, Friedrich Anton
Thurn und Taxis, Gabriel
    Count equals 2 individuals.

Battle of the Java Seas
    St. Aubyn, Erskine Knollys Heveningham ( Mar 1942 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of the Rhine Crossings
Boyle, Richard ( Mar 1945 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Battle of the River Plate
    Dreyer, Desmond Parry ( 1939 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Crete Campaign
    Yarde-Buller, Henry ( 1898 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Crete massacres
    Feilden, Edward Leyland Cooke ( 1898 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

D-Day
Barber, Robert Heberden ( 6 Jun 1944 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Second Battle of El Alamein
Wheeler, James Napoleon ( 2 Nov 1942 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

Second World War
    Abbott, Albert Francis ( 1941-1945 ), in the Royal Australian Air Force
    Abercromby, Keith Douglas
    Abercromby, Robert Alexander, of Birkenbog, 9th Bt.
    Abney-Hastings, Ian Huddleston, Lord Mauchline
    Acheson, Archibald Alexander John Stanley, 6th Earl of Gosford
    Ackery, Alan Melville
    Ackner, Desmond James Conrad, Baron Ackner
    Acland, Antony Guy, 5th Bt.
    Acland, Arthur William, in the 21st Army Group Headquarters
    Acland, Charles Edward Bankes
    Acland, Colin Dyke, with the South African Forces
    Acland, Edward Fox Dyke
    Acland, Emily Mary Dyke, in the Auxiliary Territorial Service and First Aid Nursing Yeomanry
    Acland, Henry Vivian, where he was again mentioned in despatches
    Acland, Ian Hugh
    Acland, James Alison ( 1939-1945 )
    Acland, Michael Dyke
    Acland, Peter Bevil Edward, where he was mentioned in despatches and wounded
    Acland, Thomas St. Hill, as part of the 2nd NZ Expeditionary Force
    Acton, Chichester Charles Hampden
    Acton, Edward Leslie Lowry
    Acton, Margaret Janet Olivia
    Acton, Thomas Heward
    Acton, Thomas John Hampden
    Acworth, Herbert William, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Adair, Allan Henry Shafto, 6th Bt. ( 1939-1945 ), where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
Adair, Desmond Allan Shafto
    Adams, Charles Ephraim John
    Adams, Edward Ward Dillon
    Adams, Henry Joseph
    Adams, John Harold, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Adams, John Roger Smith
    Adams, Lionel Douglas
    Adams, Violet Eleanor Sheila
    Adderley, John Arden, 7th Baron Norton, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Adderley, Michael Charles
Addis, Richard Graham
    Addison, Christopher, 2nd Viscount Addison
    Addison, Donald
    Addison, Michael, 3rd Viscount Addison ( 1941-1945 )
    Adeane, Michael Edward, Baron Adeane ( 1939-1945 ), where he was mentioned in despatches and wounded
    Adye, John Frederic, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Agar, Augustine Willington, V.C.
Agar, John Herbert
Agnew, Andrew Quentin
    Agnew, Charles David
Agnew, David Michael
    Agnew, David Quentin Hope, in Burma and Malaya, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Agnew, Frederick Douglas
    Agnew, George Keith, 5th Bt.
Agnew, Michael Hugh
Agnew, Patrick Alexander
    Agnew, Peter Douglas, where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches
    Agnew, Peter Garrett, 1st Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Agnew, Peter Graeme
    Agnew, Stephen William, where he was wounded
    Agnew, William Gladstone
    Aird, John Renton, 3rd Bt.
    Aird, Joseph Maurice
    Aird, Malcolm Henry, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Aird, Malcolm Robin Meredith, where he was wounded
    Aird, Ronald, where he was wounded
    Aitken, John William Maxwell, 2nd Bt.
    Aitken, Peter Rudyard, where he was wounded
    Aizlewood, John Aldham, and was mentioned in despatches
    Aizlewood, Peter George Dennis
    Akers-Douglas, Ian Stanley
    Albu, George Werner, 2nd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
Alcantara di Querrieu, Pierre, Comte d'Alcantara di Querrieu
    Alcock, Margaret Savage
Alderson, Richard Cosmo
Aldworth, John Richard St. Leger
    Aldworth, Robert Harvey
    Alexander, Brian, with the 2nd Australian Imperial Force, 6 Division
    Alexander, Bryan James Mildmay
    Alexander, Caledon Charles
    Alexander, Charles Gundry, 2nd Bt.
    Alexander, Charles Otway, after being reactivated
    Alexander, Claud, where he was mentioned in despatches four times
    Alexander, Conn, with the Pioneer Corps and CMP
    Alexander, Evelyn Ruth Dorinda Mary, with the First Aid Nursing Yeomanry
    Alexander, Herbrand Charles
    Alexander, John Edward
    Alexander, Lennox Bruce
    Alexander, Margaret Sylvia Daphne, with the Women's Royal Naval Service (W.R.N.S)
    Alexander, Michael Charles, with the Duke of Cornwall's Light Infantry
    Alexander, Nancy Stuart, with the Young Men's Christian Association (Y.M.C.A.)
    Alexander, Nigel William
    Alexander, Paul Robert Mayne
    Alexander, Robert Christopher
    Alexander, William Sigismund Patrick, where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches
    Allen, Conway Benning
    Allen, Douglas Albert Vivian, Baron Croham
    Allen, Geoffrey Michael
    Allen, Henry Adair
    Allen, Samuel Carson Fitzwilliam ( 1939-1945 ), in the Royal Air Force
    Allen, William Edward David ( 1939-1943 )
    Allenby, Claude William Hynman
    Allenby, Dudley Jaffray Hynman, 2nd Viscount Allenby of Megiddo
    Alleyne, John Meynell, 4th Bt.
    Alleyne, Reynold Meynell
    Allison, Joseph William Sloan
    Allsopp, Henry Richard, 5th Baron Hindlip of Hindlip
Allsopp, John Ranulph
    Alport, Cuthbert James McCall, Baron Alport, with the Royal Welsh Fusiliers and the King's African Rifles in East Africa
Alston-Roberts-West, William Reginald James
Alverny, Francois
    Ancketill, Henry George
    Ancketill, Matthew David, with the South African Coastal Defence Force
    Anderson, Charles Bevan Carew, where he was mentioned in despatches
Anderson, Guy Michael Craigie
Anderson, William Alexander
    Andrews, Harold James, with the Royal Air Force (R.A.F.) on special duties in Portugal and the Azores
    Andrews, Herbert Frank, as a Major with the Ulster Rifles
    Andrews, John Haldane, as a Chief Engineering Officer for the Royal Navy
    Andrews, Terence George, as a Major with the Royal Artillery
Andrews, Walter Moubray, with the Royal Canadian Air Force
    Andrews, William, as a Captain of the Royal Army Ordinance Corps and as a Lieutenant of the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve
Andrews, William Henry Thomson
    Andrews, William Terence, with the Royal Navy
    Annan, John
    Annan, Nöel Gilroy, Baron Annan
    Annan, Thomas Quinn, in the Fleet Air Arm and Intelligence Corps
    Annesley, Robert, 9th Earl Annesley, in the Royal Signals
    Anson, Anthony John, with the Royal Corps of Signals
    Anson, Edward John
    Anson, Edward Reynell, 6th Bt.
    Anson, Frederic
    Anson, Henry Adelbert
    Anson, Peter, 7th Bt. ( 1941-1945 ), where he served in the South West Pacific and was a Prisoner of War
    Anson, Thomas George
    Anson, Thomas William Arnold, Viscount Anson
    Anstruther, Alexander Meister
    Anstruther, Ralph Hugo, of that Ilk, 7th/12th Bt., where he was wounded
    Anstruther, Robert Lewin
    Anstruther-Gough-Calthorpe, Richard Hamilton, 2nd Bt.
    Anstruther-Gray, William John St. Clair, Baron Kilmany
    Antrobus, Charles Hugh ( 1939-1945 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Antrobus, Crawfurd Ralph, where he was wounded
    Antrobus, Dennis Ronald ( 1940-1945 ), where he became a prisoner of war
    Antrobus, Edmund Shakerley Alexander ( 1940-1945 )
    Antrobus, Frances Joan ( 1942-1946 ), in the South African Military Nursing Service
    Antrobus, Henry Lindsay ( 1940-1945 )
    Antrobus, Philip Coutts, 7th Bt. ( 1939-1942 ), when he became a prisoner of war
    Antrobus, Robert Michael ( 1940-1945 ), in the South African Engineers Corps, where he was invalided
    Arbuthnot, Andrew Robert Coghill ( 1944-1945 ), where he was wounded
    Arbuthnot, Archibald Hugh Gough ( 1939 )
    Arbuthnot, Clive Denison
    Arbuthnot, Ernest Douglas, as a Political Officer on the Abyssinian Frontier
    Arbuthnot, Hugh FitzGerald, 7th Bt.
    Arbuthnot, John Keith
    Arbuthnot, John Sinclair-Wemyss, 1st Bt. ( 1939 )
    Arbuthnot, Patrick Charles, in the Middle East, where he was mentioned in despatches
Arbuthnot, Peter Charles Reginald
Arbuthnot, Richard Henry Myles, where he was mentioned in despatches
Arbuthnot, Robert Dalrymple, 6th Bt.
    Arbuthnot, Terence John, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Arbuthnott, Archibald
    Arbuthnott, Hugh, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Arbuthnott, Hugh John, where he was mentioned in despatches and wounded
    Arbuthnott, James Gordon
    Arbuthnott, John Campbell, 16th Viscount Arbuthnott, in the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve (Fleet Air Arm)
    Arbuthnott, John St. Clair
    Arbuthnott, Robert, with the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
    Arbuthnott, Robert Keith, 15th Viscount Arbuthnott, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Arcedeckne-Butler, St. John Desmond
    Archdale, Alexander Mervyn
    Archdale, Audley Montgomery, with the Scots Guards
    Archdale, Audley Quintin
    Archdale, Edward Folmer, 3rd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Archdale, Fulbert Audley, with the Pioneer Corps
    Archdale, Helen Elizabeth, Women's Royal Naval Service (W.R.N.S.)
    Archdale, Humphreys
Archdale, Michael Mervyn Lyon
    Archdale, Nicholas Montgomery, with the 60th Rifles and Parachute Regiment
    Archdale, Osmund Audley
    Archdale, Patrick John Audley, with the Royal Norfolk Regiment
    Archdale, Patrick Mervyn, mentioned in despatches
    Archdale, Richard Montgomery, Gloucestershire Hussars
Archdall, Maynard Kingsley
    Archdall, Mervyn
Archdall, Warwick Henry
    Archer, Henry David
    Archibald, Gordon King
Arco-Zinneberg, Ludwig
Arco-Zinneberg, Ludwig
Arco-Zinneberg, Wilhelm
    Armitage, Benjamin Rhodes
Armitage, Stanley Rhodes
    Armstrong, Andrew St. Clare, 5th Bt., in the Royal Australian Engineers, 2nd Australian Infantry Force
    Armstrong, Christopher Wyborn
    Armstrong, Edmund Charles Mark
    Armstrong, James Robert Bargrave
    Armstrong, Michael Henry
    Armstrong, Montagu John Proby, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Armstrong, Robert Anthony
    Armytage, Walter John, where he was mentioned in despatches, and became a POW
    Arnott, John Anthony, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Arnott, John Frederic, in the Saskatchewan Regiment
    Arnott, Thomas John, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Arthur, George Leonard, serving in Palestine and Italy
    Arundell, John Francis, 16th Baron Arundell of Wardour, and became a POW in 1940, including a spell in Colditz before being repatriated to Britain in 1944 with tuberculosis
    Ashburnham, Anchitel Fleetwood ( 1939-1940 )
    Astley, Edward Delaval Henry, 22nd Lord Hastings
    Astley, Philip Reginald, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Astley, Simon Nevill
    Astor, Ava Alice Muriel, as an ambulance driver
    Astor, Francis David Langhorne
    Astor, Gavin, 2nd Baron Astor of Hever
    Astor, Hugh Waldorf
    Astor, John ( 1942-1946 )
    Astor, John Jacob, in Italy, France, Germany and Norway
Atchison, Ian Alexander Nigel
    Atkinson, Anthony Guy ( 1941-1945 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
Atkinson, Donald John
    Atkinson, Guy Montague, as the Lieutenant-Colonel commanding Battalion Wiltshire Home Guard
    Attlee, David Charles, in the Irish Guards
    Aubrey-Fletcher, Henry Lancelot, 6th Bt. ( 1940-1945 )
    Aubrey-Fletcher, John Henry Lancelot, 7th Bt.
    Aubrey-Fletcher, Lancelot Philip ( 1939-1940 ), where he was wounded and held as a POW
    Aubrey-Fletcher, Nigel Chilton ( 1941-1945 )
    Auchincloss, Hugh Dudley, Jr., with the Office of Naval Intelligence
    Auchinleck, Claude John Eyre
    Auden, John Anthony Lorimer
    Austin, John Byron Fraser, 3rd Bt., in the King's African Rifles in Tanganykia and Burnma, where he was mentioned in despatches
Austin, John Patrick Standidge, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Austin, Michael Trescawen, 5th Bt., in the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve
    Aykroyd, Bertram, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Aykroyd, William Miles, 3rd Bt.
    Aylmer, Blanche Mary, in the Womens Royal Air Force
    Aylmer, Edward Arthur, where he was again mentioned in despatches
    Aylmer, Gerald Edward, in the Royal Navy
    Aylmer, Henry Gerald, in the Home Defence Forces
    Aylmer, John Anthony
    Aylmer, John Wyndham, where he was mentioned in despatches thrice
Aylmer, Matthew
    Aylmer, Richard Michael, mentioned in despatches
    Back, Terence Hugh
Backhouse, John Edmund, 3rd Bt.
    Backhouse, Johnathan
    Backhouse, Roger Trelawny
    Backhouse, Wilfrid Jaspar, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Bacon, Edmund Castell, 13th and 14th Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Bacon, Henry Thomas ( 1939-1945 )
    Baddeley, Allan
    Baddeley, William Shaw
    Bagenal, Beauchamp, with the Royal Air Force
    Bagenal, John Stuart
Bagenal, Philip, with the 2/10 Battalion Australian Imperial Force
    Bagge, John Alfred Picton, 6th Bt., with the Cheshire Yeomanry in Palestine, Sudan and the British Military Missions to Ethiopia and Bulgaria
    Bagnall, Charles Frederick Rex ( 1939-1945 )
    Bagnell, William David Armstrong, with the Allied Liaison, Headquarters
    Bagot, Charles Edward Kirwan
    Bagot, Charles Frederic Villiers, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Bagot, Oliver Robin, where he was taken Prisoner of War
    Bagwell, John
    Bagwell, William
    Bagwell, William Edward Gumbleton, as a Major of the Royal Norfolk Regiment
    Bagwell-Purefoy, Arthur Edward
    Bailey, David Cecil
    Bailey, David Russell Bailey, 4th Baron Glanusk of Glanusk Park
    Bailey, Derrick Thomas Louis, 3rd Bt.
    Bailey, George Allen
    Bailey, James Richard Abe
Bailey, John Vivien
    Baillie, Arthur Malcolm Augustus
    Baillie, George Evan Michael
    Baillie-Hamilton, George, 12th Earl of Haddington
    Baillie-Hamilton, Walter Stuart, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Baillieu, Edward Latham, where he was invalided
    Baillieu, Robert Latham, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Baillieu, William Latham, 2nd Baron Baillieu ( 1939-1940 ), where he was invalided
    Baird, George Henry William
    Baird, James Richard Gardiner, of Saughtonhall, 10th Bt.
Baird, Robert Alexander Greville ( 1939-1943 )
    Baird, Robert Walter Stuart ( 1939-1941 ), with the Lothian and Border Yeomanry, and was then held as a Prisoner of War
    Baird, William Henry Gardiner
    Baker Wilbraham, Randle John, 7th Bt.
    Baker, Chester Hamilton, with the Canadian Infantry
    Baker, Hugh Thomas, as a Lieutenant with the Royal Engineers
    Baker, Nigel Ernest Westby
Baker-Falkner, Roy Sydney, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Baldwin, Arthur Windham, 3rd Earl Baldwin of Bewdley
    Baldwin, John Eustice Arthur
Baldwin, John Herbert Lacy
    Baldwin, Oliver Ridsdale, 2nd Earl Baldwin of Bewdley ( 1940-1945 )
    Balfour, Alexander Norman ( 1940-1945 ), in France and North Africa, and was mentioned in despatches
    Balfour, Eustace Arthur Goschen, in North Africa and Italy, where he was wounded
    Balfour, Gerald Arthur James, 4th Earl of Balfour, in the Merchant Navy
    Balfour, Ian, 2nd Baron Balfour of Inchrye ( 1942-1945 ), in the Royal Navy
    Balfour, Robert Arthur Lytton, 3rd Earl of Balfour
Balfour, Ronald Edmond
    Ball, Douglas George, Royal Army Service Corps
    Ball, Peter Halley
Ball, Robert Sturge
    Banbury, Charles William, 2nd Baron Banbury of Southam, where he wa mentikoned in dispatches
    Bancroft, Donald Royle Jackson, in France and Burma
    Bannerman, Donald Arthur Gordon, of Elsick, 13th Bt.
Bannerman, Douglas Edward
    Barber, Anthony Perrinott Lysberg, Baron Barber ( 1939-1945 ), where he was mentioned in despatches and captured as a POW
    Barber, Derek Coates, Baron Barber of Tewkesbury, where he was invalided
    Barber, William Francis, 2nd Bt., fighting in Palestine, Egypt, North Africa and North West Europe
Barbour, David Murray
Barchard, Francis
Barclay, Aubrey Geoffrey de Rune
Barclay, Beauchamp d'Epinay
    Barclay, Colville Herbert Sanford, of Pierston, 14th Bt. ( 1941 )
Barclay, John Francis St. Barbe
    Barclay, Robert Charles Sanford
    Barclay, William Cradock de Rune, with the New Zealand Forces, where he was invalided
    Barcroft, Cecil Leonard, with the Coastguard Service
    Barcroft, Robert Ball
    Baring, Aubrey George Adeane
Baring, David Stuart
    Baring, Denzil
    Baring, Dudley William
    Baring, Edward Thomas, when he was mentioned in despatches
    Baring, Esmond Charles
Baring, Francis Anthony
    Baring, Francis William
    Baring, George Rowland Stanley, 3rd Earl of Cromer, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Baring, Hugo Charles, serving in the Middle East and Italy, and was mentioned in despatches
    Baring, Mark
    Baring, Maurice Bingham
    Baring, Michael John
Baring, Patrick
    Baring, Robin Windham
    Baring, Rupert, 4th Baron Revelstoke of Membland
Baring-Gould, Benjamin Gordon
    Baring-Gould, Edward Arthur
Baring-Gould, Jasper Julian
Barker, John Frederick
Barker-Hahlo, John Francis Crofton
    Barlow, Christopher Edward Emmott
    Barlow, Richard Hugh, 6th Bt.
    Barnett, Joel, Baron Barnett, in the Royal Army Service Corps
    Barnewall, Francis Richard, in the South West Pacfic
    Barnewall, John Robert, serving in Syria and New Guinea
    Barnewall, Patrick Joseph
    Barnewall, Reginald Robert, 13th Bt.
    Barran, Edward Nicholson
    Barran, John Leighton, 3rd Bt.
    Barran, Lilian Joan ( 1940-1946 ), in the Women's Royal Naval Service
    Barrett, John Rollo, where he became a POW in Greece
    Barrett, Rollo Samuel
    Barrett-Lennard, Alexander Dacre
Barrett-Lennard, Dacre
Barrett-Lennard, Dacre Lowther
Barrett-Lennard, Francis Graham, Royal Australian Air Force, and attached to the Royal Air Force
    Barrett-Lennard, Hugh Dacre, 6th Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
Barrett-Lennard, Michael Godfrey
    Barrett-Lennard, Trevor Henry, in the Australian Infantry Force
    Barrington, Alexander Fitzwilliam Croker, 7th Bt. ( 1939-1942 ), and was then captured as a POW
    Barrington, Croker Edmund, where he was again mentioned in despatches
    Barrington, John
    Barrington, John Frederick, in the occupying troops in Trinidad
    Barrington, John William ( 1939-1943 ), serving in Italy, and captured as a POW
    Barrington, Peter Malet, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Barron, Percy Edward Abney Paul, as a Lieutenant, Free French Forces
    Barron, William Geoffrey Eustace Innes
Barrow, Alick
    Barrow, Cecil Ronald Patrick, in which he was wounded
Barrow, David
    Barrow, George Lennox, in the British Solomon Islands Protectorate Defence Force
    Barrow, George de Symons, with the Home Guard
Barrow, John Geoffrey, as a 2nd Lieutenant with the Royal Engineers
    Barry, Edward Courtenay Tress, in the Royal Artillery
    Barry, Gerald, including serving as Deputy Military Secretary of the Eastern Army of India
    Barry, Hubert Wyndham
    Barry, John Stapleton
    Barry, Rupert Rodney Francis Tress, 4th Bt., where he was captured and held as a POW
    Bartlett, Basil Hardington, 2nd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches and wounded
Bartlett, George Arthur
    Bartlett, Henry David Hardington, 3rd Bt.
    Barton, Andrew Synge
    Barton, Bertram James Richardson, as a Captain with the Home Guard
    Barton, Brough Godfrey
    Barton, Denys Evelyn
    Barton, Frederick Bertram, after which he retired as an honorary Captain
Barton, Henry, with the Royal Air Force
    Barton, Hugh David MacEwen
    Barton, Hugh Ronald, attached to the Free French Forces
Barton, John Charles
Barton, Pamela Espeut, as a Flying Officer with the Womens Auxiliary Air Force
    Barttelot, James Nigel Walter
Barttelot, Walter de Stopham, 4th Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Barttelot, William Frederick Geoffrey Nelson
    Bataille, Richard Albert, serving in New Guinea
    Bates, Austin Graves ( 1939-1943 )
Bates, Edward Percy
    Bates, Geoffrey Voltelin, 5th Bt.
    Bates, John Dawson, 2nd Bt.
    Bates, Philip Edward
    Bathe, Christopher Albert, 6th Bt.
    Batho, Maurice Benjamin, 2nd Bt.
Bathurst, Allen Algernon, Lord Apsley ( 1939-1942 ), with the Arab Legion from 1941 to 1942
    Bathurst, Benjamin Ludlow, 2nd Viscount Bledisloe
    Bathurst, Christopher Metcalfe Addington, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Bathurst, Peter
    Bathurst, Philip Charles Metcalfe
    Bathurst, William Ralph Seymour
    Bayly, Charles
    Bayly, George Henry Uniacke
    Bayly, James Cartwright Uniacke
    Bayly, John
    Bayly, Lancelot Peter
    Bayly, Patrick Uniacke
    Baynes, Anthony Edward George
    Baynes, Rory Malcolm Stuart, 6th Bt.
    Bazley, Thomas Stafford, 3rd Bt., in the Intelligence Services and Ministry of Information
    Beamish, Agnes Olive, in the Auxiliary Territorial Service
    Beamish, Antonia Vivien Hamilton, as a Subaltern in the Auxiliary Territorial Service
    Beamish, Brian Plues, with the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserves (R.A.F.V.R.)
    Beamish, Desmond William
    Beamish, Geoffrey Vance Gordon
    Beamish, Gerald Colmley, as a Flying Officer for the Royal Air Force
    Beamish, Helen Evelyn Hamilton, as a Red Cross Nursing Sister
    Beamish, Henry Hamilton, he was mentioned in despatches
    Beamish, Henry William Basil Patrick, with the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserves (R.A.F.V.R.)
Beamish, John Otway Hamilton
    Beamish, Noreen Violet, in the Territorial Army Nursing Service
    Beamish, Patrick Hugh, as a Captain in the Royal Army Medical Corps
    Beamish, Rex Orpen, with the Australian Military Forces and with the Royal Australian Air Force
    Beamish, Richard Ludlow
    Beamish, Richard Marie
    Beamish, Richard Sackville Hamilton ( 1940-1945 ), he was held as a prisioner of war
    Beamish, Tufton Victor Hamilton, Baron Chelwood, in France, Belgium, Singapore, Burma, North Africa and Italy
    Beamish, William Anthony Alten, as a Lieutenant with the Royal Signals
    Beatty, John Lionel, with the 14th/20th King's Hussars
    Beatty, Peter Randolph Louis, in the Royal Naval Reserve
    Beatty, William Richard Le Hunte, in the Naval Ordnance Inspection Department
Beaufort-Spontin, Karl Albrecht
    Beaumont, George Howland Francis, 12th Bt., in the Coldstream Guards
    Beaumont, Thomas, in the Royal Artillery, in Africa, India and Burma
    Beaumont, Wentworth Hubert Charles, 3rd Viscount Allendale, where he was wounded and taken as a prisoner of war
    Becher, Charles Henry
Becher, John Henry
    Becher, John Kenneth
    Becher, Michael Henry Geoffrey
    Becher, Otto Humphrey
    Becher, Ralph Frederick Richard, during which he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Becher, Richard, with the Royal Air Froce
    Beck, Richard
    Beckett, Christopher John, 4th Baron Grimthorpe
    Beckett, Martyn Gervase, 2nd Bt.
    Beckett, Ralph William Ernest, 3rd Baron Grimthorpe, where he was mentioned in despatches
Beckwith-Smith, Merton, and was captured as a POW
    Beckwith-Smith, Peter Merton, serving in France, North-West Europe and Palestine
    Beecham, Joseph Michael
    Beecham, Thomas Welles
Beevor, Thomas Lubbock, 6th Bt.
    Bell, Frank Erskine, where he became a POW in Borneo
    Bell, Hugh Francis, 4th Bt.
Bell, John Laurence
Bell, John Lowthian
    Bellamy, Robert Hugh
    Bellew, George Rothe, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Bellingham, Arthur Stuart
    Beloff, Max, Baron Beloff, with the Royal Signals
Belzunce, Henri, Marquis de Belzunce
    Benn, Edward Glanvill, where he was mentioned in despatches
Benn, Frederick Christopher
    Benn, John Andrews, 3rd Bt.
    Bennett, Charles Wilfrid, 2nd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Benson, John Roby, 2nd Baron Charnwood
Bentheim und Steinfurt, Alexis
Bentheim und Steinfurt, Georg-Viktor
    Bentinck, Henry Noel, 11th Earl of Portland, where he was wounded and became a POW
    Bentinck, Wolf Wolter Rudolf
    Beresford, Alfred de la Poer
    Beresford, Arthur George Marcus Douglas de la Poer, 6th Baron Decies
    Beresford, Benedict Henry de la Poer, with the Royal Armoured Corps
Beresford, Brian de la Poer
    Beresford, Charles Marcus Tristram de la Poer, in the Royal Australian Air Force
    Beresford, George de la Poer ( 1939-1942 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
Beresford, Hugh Tristram de la Poer
    Beresford, Marcus Gervais de la Poer
    Beresford, Marcus Walter de la Poer, in the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve
    Beresford, Stephen Marcus de la Poer
    Beresford-Peirse, Francis Campbell de la Poer
    Beresford-Peirse, Henry Campbell de La Poer, 5th Bt.
    Beresford-Peirse, Raymond Windham de la Poer
    Beresford-Peirse, Robert Henry Windham de la Poer
    Berkeley, Basil Robert, where he was wounded
    Berkeley, Edward Henry, in the Royal Engineers, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Berkeley, Maurice
    Bernard, Charles Broderick Amyass, and was mentioned in despatches
    Bernard, Percy Ronald Gardner, 5th Earl of Bandon ( 1939-1945 ), and was mentioned in despatches three times
    Berney, John Reedham, in the Royal New Zealand Air Force
    Berney, Richard Bruce, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Berney, Robert Henry
    Berney, Sinclair Henry Hanson, in the 2nd New Zealand Expeditionary Force
    Berney, Thomas Reedham, 10th Bt.
Bernus, Ludwig
    Berridge, James Willcox
    Berridge, Robert Lesley
    Berry, John Seymour, 2nd Viscount Camrose, in North Africa and Italy, and was mentioned in despatches
    Berry, Julian
    Berry, Oliver Charles David ( 1939-1945 )
    Berry, Rodney Mathias, where he was wounded
    Berry, William Michael, Baron Hartwell, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Bertie, John Edward
    Best-Shaw, John Michael Robert, 10th Bt. ( 1943-1945 )
    Best-Shaw, Julia Aylmer ( 1943-1945 ), in the Women's Royal Naval Service
    Bethell, John Raymond, 2nd Baron Bethell
    Bethell, William Gladstone ( 1939-1941 ), when he was invalided
Bevan, Anthony George, with the Royal Navy, aboard the HMS Daring
    Beven, Susan Emily Shellah
    Bewicke-Copley, Robert Godfrey Wolseley, 5th Lord Cromwell, where he was wounded and became a POW
    Bibby, Derek James, 2nd Bt. ( 1942-1946 ), where he was wounded
    Bibby, James David
    Bibby, John Eric Hartley
    Biddulph, Anthony
    Biddulph, Francis John
    Biddulph, Frank Michael
    Biddulph, Jean, in the Women's Royal Naval Service
    Biddulph, Michael Anthony
    Biddulph, Nicholas Osborne John, as a Temporary Captain with the Royal Engineers
    Biddulph, Rowland, in France and Burma
    Bingham, Francis Humphrey, in Somaliland and Abyssinia
    Bingham, George Roderick Bentinck
    Bingham, Hugh Denis Sinclair
    Bingham, John Edward, in North Africa, with the Derbyshire Yeomanry and Special Air Service
    Bingham, John Michael Ward, 7th Baron Clanmorris of Newbrook, with the Royal Engineers and attached to the General Staff
    Bingham, John Nigel Ralph, where he was wounded
    Birch Reynardson, Vere Henry
    Birdwood, Christopher Bromhead, 2nd Baron Birdwood
    Birdwood, Christopher R. Brodrick, in the Royal Engineers
    Birdwood, Felix Tolcher
    Birdwood, Nigel Fortune, in the Royal Engineers
    Birdwood, Richard Douglas Davis
    Birkin, Charles Lloyd, 5th Bt.
    Birkin, David Leslie
    Birkin, Geoffrey Ivor, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Birkin, James Michael
    Birkin, Peter Lawrence ( 1939 ), where he was mentioned in despatches, and held as a POW 1942-1943
Birkin, Philip Gervaise, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Birkmyre, Archibald, 3rd Bt., in Burma
    Birkmyre, Archy ( 1939-1943 ), in the Royal Armoured Corps, and was invalided
    Birtwistle, Michael Albert Astley
Bischoffshausen, Claus-Henning
Bisping, Johann
Blaber, Sidney Clive
    Blackburn, Arthur Seaforth, V.C. ( 1939-1942 ), when he was captured in Java and became a POW
    Blacker, Robert Stewart
Blacker, William Desmond, as a Lieutenant-Colonel of the Royal Artillery
    Blackett, Charles Douglas, 9th Bt. ( 1939-1942 ), when he became a POW
    Blackett, Francis Hugh, 11th Bt.
    Blackett, George William, 10th Bt., in the Corps of Military Police
    Blackett, John Harold Booth, where he was wounded and invalided
    Blackett, Rupert Henry ( 1939-1942 ), where he was wounded twice
Blackham, unknown son
    Blackwood, Guy Neville
    Bladon, Frank McKno, with the 8th Army
    Blair-Cunynghame, James Ogilvy
Blair-Imrie, Hew Angus Christopher
    Blair-Oliphant, David Nigel
Blake, Charles Anthony Howell Bruce
Blake, Desmond O'Brien Evelyn ffrench
    Blake, Francis Edward Colquhoun, 2nd Bt.
    Blake, Martin Arthur O'Brien ffrench
    Blake, Pamela ( 1943-1945 ), in the Women's Royal Naval Service
    Blake, Robert Lifford Valentine ffrench
    Blake, Robert Norman William, Baron Blake, where he was a POW from 1942 until he escaped in 1944, and was mentioned in despatches
    Blake, Ulick Temple, 16th Bt.
    Blake, Valentine John Bruce, where he became a POW
    Blakeney, Charles Llewellyn
    Blakeney, Charles Noel ( 1943 ), he was mentioned in despatches
    Blakeney, Robert Edward
    Blakeney, Stephen Richard
    Blakeney, Thomas Newcome
    Blakeney, William Ernest
    Blaker, Peter Allan Renshaw, Baron Blaker, where he was wounded
    Blakiston-Houston, Barbara Kathleen
    Blakiston-Houston, John ( 1939-1942 )
    Blakiston-Houston, John Matthew
    Bland, Henry Archibald Forster
    Bland, James Franklin McMahon, with the Canadian Army
    Bland, Sydney Frances Josephine, as a Sister for the Joint War Committee
Blennerhassett, Marmaduke Charles Henry Joseph Casimir, 6th Bt.
    Bligh, Noel Gervase ( 1940-1945 ), with the Royal Pioneer Corps
    Bligh, Peter Stuart, 10th Earl of Darnley, where he became a POW
    Block, David Arthur Kennedy William, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Blois, Anthony Gervase
    Blois, Gervase Ralph Edmund, 10th Bt.
    Blois, Gervase Vanneck
    Blois, Jane Elizabeth Georgiana Joan
    Blois-Brooke, Michael Steuart
    Blomefield, Peregrine Maitland, where he was wounded
    Blomefield, Thomas Edward Peregrine, 5th Bt.
Blomefield, Wilmot Edward, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Blood, Bindon, wounded, mentioned in despatches
    Blood, Bindon Fitzgerald
    Blood, Jeffrey Armstrong
    Blood, John Hector
    Blood, Lewis Edward Lloyd Bindon
    Blood, Thomas Holcroft
    Blood, William Edmund Robarts
    Blood-Smyth, Liddon FitzGerald ( 1946-1948 ), as a Seaman in the service of the United States Navy
    Blount, Walter Edward Alpin, 12th Bt., serving in Motor Torpedo Boats
Blucher von Wahlstatt, Nikolaus
    Blunden, Philip Overington, 7th Bt. ( 1942-1945 ), in the Royal Navy
Blunt, Charles John Harvey
    Blunt, Evelyn Powlett Clavell ( 1942-1946 )
    Blunt, Grant Anthony Clavell
    Blunt, John Edward Chicheley
    Blunt, Michael Hugh ( 1944-1947 ), serving in Burma
    Blunt, Richard Mark
    Blunt, William Senhouse
    Blunt-Mackenzie, Walter Osra ( 1941-1943 ), in the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserves
Boal, Samuel McCaughey
    Boardman, Thomas Gray, Baron Boardman
Bocholtz-Asseburg, Max
    Boden, Patrick Anthony Drummond ( 1943-1945 )
Boeselager, Maximilian
    Boileau, Edmond Charles, 7th Bt.
    Boisville Newby, Cecil Hugo, and was in command of HMS Echo during the sinking of the Bismarck
Boles, Gerald Fortescue, 2nd Bt.
    Bolitho, Simon Edward, and was wounded twice
    Bolitho, William Robins, in Coldstream Guards and Parachute Regiment
Bols, Kenneth William
    Bolster, David Charles
Bolster, John Lander
Boltenstern, Hans Albrecht
Bomford, Charles Powell
    Bomford, George Warren
    Bomford, Guy
    Bomford, John Chaloner
Bomford, John Hamilton, in Royal New Zealand Air Force
Bomford, Michael Stephen
    Bomford, Peter, with 1st Gurkha Rifles
    Bomford, Raymond Francis, and became a POW in Malaya
Bomford, Richard Lyndon
Bomford, Stephen Robert William, in 2nd New Zealand Expeditionary Forces
    Bomford, Trevor Laurence
Bomhard, Friedrich
Bond, Charles Frederick Gordon
    Bonham, Antony Lionel Thomas, 4th Bt.
    Bonham, John Henry Hamilton, where he was wounded and became a POW
    Bonham, Richard Charles
Bonner, George Edward
    Bonsor, Bryan Cosmo, 3rd Bt., with the Buckinghamshire Yeomanry, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Bonsor, David Victor
    Boord, Oscar Leslie
    Booth, David Reginald Peter
    Booth, George
    Booth, James Charles Macaulay, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Booth, John Brabazon, in India
    Booth, John Roberts ( 1939-1945 ), where he was mentioned in despatches twice and was wounded three times
    Booth, Philip, 2nd Bt., with the Royal Canadian Air Force, Royal Fusliers and Pioneer Corps
    Booth-Jones, Garry Twemlow
    Booth-Jones, Thomas Vernon
    Boothby, Basil Frederick ( 1942-1945 )
    Boothby, Christopher Evelyn
    Boothby, Hugo Robert Brooke, 14th Bt. ( 1942-1944 )
Boothby, Osbert Stephen ( 1939-1940 )
    Borghese, Junio Valerio Scipione
    Borrie, Albert Ernest, in the Green Howards, fighting at Dunkirk and North Africa. He was caputerd peronally by Rommel, and was taken prisoner three times in Italy
    Borthwick, Algernon Malcolm
    Borthwick, Brian Thomas
    Borthwick, John Henry Stuart, of that Ilk, 23rd Lord Borthwick
    Borthwick, John Thomas, 3rd Bt.
Borthwick, Peter George Alexander
    Borthwick, William Jason Maxwell
    Borwick, James Hugh Myles, 4th Baron Borwick, where he was wounded
    Borwick, Michael George, in the Middle East Commandos, where he was mentioned in despatches and became a POW
    Borwick, Peter Malise
Boscawen, Evelyn Frederick Vere
    Boscawen, George Hugh, 9th Viscount Falmouth, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Boscawen, Henry Edward
    Boscawen, John Perceval Townshend
    Boscawen, John Roger, in the South-West Pacific
    Boscawen, Owen Tremayne
    Boscawen, Robert Thomas, where he was wounded
    Bossom, Clive, 2nd Bt.
    Bossom, Doric
    Bosville Macdonald, Alexander Somerled Angus, of Sleat, 16th Bt. ( 1939-1943 ), where he was wounded
    Bosworth-Martin, Stephen Bosworth
    Boughey, Edward Peter Fletcher
Boughey, John Fletcher
    Boughey, Richard James, 10th Bt. ( 1943-1945 )
Boula de Mareuil, Armand
    Boulton, Christopher Carmichael, serving in France, the Middle East, Italy and Austria
    Boulton, Denis Duncan Harold Owen, 3rd Bt.
Boulton, Duncan Davidson
    Boulton, Edward John, 2nd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Boulton, Harold Hugh Christian, 4th Bt.
    Boulton, William Whytehead, 3rd Bt. ( 1939-1944 ), with the Essex Yeomanry, 104th Royal Horse Artillery and 14th Royal Horse Artillery
    Bourke, Arthur John Henry, and was mentioned in despatches
    Bourke, Bryan Longley
    Bourke-Borrowes, Cecil Hubert, attached to RAF North Weald and SHAEF HQ
    Bowater, Ian Frank
    Bowater, John Vansittart, 4th Bt., in the Royal Artillery
    Bowden, Frank Houston, 3rd Bt.
Bowen, Cecil Leander John
    Bowen, Nicholas Edward
    Bowen, Robert Edward Cole
    Bowen-Colthurst, Charles Patrick Russell
Bowes-Lyon, John Patrick, Master of Glamis
    Bowlby, Adelbert Charles Edward Salvin ( 1940-1945 )
    Bowlby, Cuthbert Francis Bond ( 1939-1945 )
    Bowlby, Edward John Mostyn
    Bowlby, Francis Edward Salvin, in the Middle East, Italy and North-West Europe
    Bowlby, George Molesworth Salvin
    Bowlby, Hugh Savin ( 1940-1942 )
    Bowlby, Vivian Russell Salvin ( 1939-1945 )
    Bowman, Paul Humphrey Armytage, 5th Bt.
Bowyer, Richard Laurence Grenville
    Bowyer-Smyth, Philip Weyland, 14th Bt., where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches
    Boxwell, Francis St. Leger, in the Irish Guards
    Boyd, Francis Bagenal, where he was mentioned in despatches
Boyd, Ronald Walter
    Boyd-Carpenter, John Archibald, Baron Boyd-Carpenter
Boyd-Orr, Donald Noel
    Boyd-Rochfort, Harold, on staff
    Boylan, Edward Thomas Arthur George
    Boylan, Francis Michael Benedict Carey
    Boyle, Alasdair David Forbes, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
    Boyle, Charles Norman Cavendish, where he was mentioned in despatches
Boyle, David Logan
    Boyle, David William Maurice, 9th Earl of Glasgow, in the Atlantic, Arctic and East Indies, and was mentioned in despatches
Boyle, Douglas
    Boyle, Edmund Michael Gordon Leventhorpe
    Boyle, Hugh MacCormac
    Boyle, John David
    Boyle, John William, 14th Earl of Cork, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Boyle, Patrick James
Boyle, Patrick John Salvin
    Boyle, Patrick Reginald, 13th Earl of Cork
    Boyle, Peter Norman, where he became a POW
    Boyle, Ranald Hugh Montgomerie, where he was wounded
    Boyle, Richard Courtenay
Boyle, Robin Lascelles
    Boyle, William Henry Dudley, 12th Earl of Cork ( 1939-1940 ), where he commanded the expedition to Narvik
    Brabazon, Anthony Windham Normand, 14th Earl of Meath, where he was wounded
    Brabazon, Campbell Anthony, in the Australian Imperial Forces, and was wounded
    Brabazon, Robert Charles, in the Australian Imperial Forces, and became a POW
Brabetz, Peter
Brace, Eustace Frank Feilden
    Bradford, Berenger Colborne, where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches
    Bradford, Cassandra Felicity
    Bradford, Donald Clifton
    Bradford, Edward Montagu Andrew, 3rd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
Bradford, Ridley Lewkenor
    Brain, David Francis
    Brain, Geoffrey John Farrer ( 1942-1945 )
    Braine, Bernard Richard, Baron Braine of Wheatley, with the North Staffordshire Regiment, in Africa, North-West Europe and South-East Asia
    Bramall, Edwin Noel Westby, Baron Bramall ( 1944-1945 ), in North-West Europe
    Brand, Charles Andrew, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Brand, David Francis, 5th Viscount Hampden of Glynde
    Brand, Humphrey Ranulph
    Brand, Michael Charles, where he was wounded
Brand, Robert James
    Brand, Robin
    Brandon, Henry Vivian, Baron Brandon of Oakbrook, with the Royal Artillery, in Madagascar, India and Burma
    Brandon, Richard Ernest, where he was mentioned in despatches
Branson, Clive Ali Chimmo
    Brasier-Creagh, Brian Richmond
    Brasier-Creagh, Jack Gerard, with Somerset Light Infantry
    Brasier-Creagh, Percy Brooke, in Royal Electricial and Mechanical Engineers
    Brassey, Bernard Thomas, 2nd Baron Brassey of Apethorpe, where he was wounded
    Brassey, Hugh Trefusis
    Brassey, Peter Esmé, where he was wounded
    Brazier-Creagh, George Edward Brian, with Royal Artillery
    Brazier-Creagh, Kilner Rupert, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Brazier-Creagh, Neville Henry Sherlock
Breakwell, Oliver
    Brenan, Gerald John Noel, with North Irish Horse
    Brereton, Thomas Franc Sadleir
    Brett, Antony Reginald Forbes Baliol
Brett, John
    Brett, Lionel Gordon Baliol, 4th Viscount Esher, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Brickwood, Basil Greame, 3rd Bt., in the Royal Air Force
    Brickwood, Rupert Redvers, 2nd Bt.
    Bridge, Arthur Darley ( 1940-1945 )
    Bridge, Nigel Cyprian, Baron Bridge of Harwich, serving in Italy, France and Germany
    Bridgeman, Geoffrey John Orlando
    Bridgeman, Gerald Michael Orlando, 6th Earl of Bradford, where he was mentioned in despatches
Bridgeman, Humphrey Reginald
    Bridgeman, Robert Clive, 2nd Viscount Bridgeman ( 1939-1944 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Briggs, Asa, Baron Briggs ( 1942-1945 ), in the Intelligence Corps
    Brinckman, Roderick Napoleon, 5th Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches, wounded, capptured as a POW, and escaped
    Brinckman, William Brian ( 1942-1945 ), in the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, and was mentioned in despatches
    Brisco, Donald Gilfrid, 8th Bt., and was a POW from 1942 to 1945
Brisco, Robert Hilton
    Briscoe, John Arthur
    Briscoe, John Leigh Charlton, 4th Bt.
    Briscoe, Richard Kynaston ( 1940-1945 )
    Broadbridge, Rupert Guy, in Abyssina, Libya and Triploi
    Brocklebank, John Montague, 5th Bt., where he was a POW from 1943 to 1945
    Brocklebank, Thomas Gordon
Brocklehurst, Henry Courtney
    Brodie, Montagu Ninian Alexander, 25th of Brodie ( 1940-1945 ), with the Royal Artillery
Brodrick, Francis Alan
Brodrick, Michael Victor
Broke, Charles Vere
    Bromhead, Edmund de Gonville Hosking
    Bromhead, Robert Benjamin Gonville
    Bromley, Rupert Howe, 9th Bt.
    Brook, Philip Roy
    Brooke, Alan Francis, 1st Viscount Alanbrooke ( 1939-1945 ), where he was again mentioned in despatches
    Brooke, Anthony Walter Dayrell ( 1941-1945 )
    Brooke, Basil Arthur
    Brooke, Basil Charles Barrington
    Brooke, Basil Gerald
Brooke, Basil Julian David
    Brooke, Basil Malise
    Brooke, Edward Acton
    Brooke, Frank Hastings ( 1939 )
    Brooke, Geoffrey Arthur George, including serving the battleship H.M.S Prince of Wales when it was sunk
    Brooke, George Francis Cecil, 3rd Bt., where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches
Brooke, Henry Alan
    Brooke, Henry Arthur Gunning, in Tunisia and Italy
    Brooke, Henry John Allen, in the Mediterranean, North African Landings, Artic Convoys and Pacfic, and was mentioned in despatches
    Brooke, John Warden, 2nd Viscount Brookeborough, where he was wounded
    Brooke, John Weston, 3rd Bt.
    Brooke, Oliver George
    Brooke, Peter Barrington, with the Royal Naval Reserve
Brooke, Reginald Acton
    Brooke, Richard Neville, 10th Bt., where he was wounded, became a POW, and escaped
    Brooke, Thomas Eardley
    Brooke, Thomas, 2nd Viscount Alanbrooke, in the Royal Artillery
Brooks, Allan William Ivo
    Brooks, Christopher John
    Brooks, Ronald Marshall
    Brooksbank, Edward William, 2nd Bt.
    Brooksbank, Stamp Godfrey
Broome, Keith
Brotherton-Ratcliffe, Edward
    Brougham, John Collingwood
    Brougham, Victor Henry Peter, 4th Baron Brougham and Vaux, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Broughton, Evelyn Delves, 12th Bt.
    Broughton, Peter John Delves
    Broughton, William Edward
    Broun, Hulance Haddington, in the Middle East
    Broun, Lionel McIntyre, with the Royal Australian Air Force
    Broun, William Windsor, of Colstoun, 13th Bt.
Brown, Alexander Bruce Hargreaves
    Brown, Charles Frederick Richmond, 4th Bt.
Brown, George
    Brown, Ralph Richmond
Browne, David
    Browne, Dominick Andrew Sidney, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Browne-Clayton, Robert Denis
    Browne-Clayton, William Patrick
    Brownlow, James Christy, with King's Royal Rifle Corps
    Brownlow, William Stephen, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Bruce Lockhart, Logie
    Bruce Lockhart, Rab Brougham
    Bruce, Andrew Douglas Alexander Thomas, 15th Earl of Kincardine, where he was wounded
    Bruce, Bernard, where he was mentioned in despatches
Bruce, Charles John, in North West Europe
    Bruce, Colin Michael Fairlie
    Bruce, David, where he was wounded twice
    Bruce, David Kirkpatrick Este, with the Office of Strategic Services
    Bruce, Donald William Trevor, Baron Bruce of Donington, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Bruce, Edward Macaulay, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Bruce, Francis Michael Ian, of Stenhouse, 12th Bt., in the U.S. Marine amphibious forces
    Bruce, Henry Victor, of Salloch
    Bruce, Hervey John William, 6th Bt.
    Bruce, Ian Robert Craufurd George Mary
    Bruce, Jean, in the Women's Royal Naval Service
    Bruce, John Bernard
    Bruce, John Charles Douglas
    Bruce, Merlin
    Bruce, Michael William Selby, of Stenhouse, 11th Bt., and was wounded again
    Bruce, Nigel Henry Clarence
    Bruce, Nigel Macaulay
    Bruce, Nigel Patrick
    Bruce, Nikita, in the Sherwood Foresters and the Intelligence Corps
Bruce, Robert
    Bruce, Robert Graham Dalzel, and became a POW
    Bruce, Robert Richard Fernie
    Bruce, William Fox
Bruce, William Reginald Richard Stewart
    Bruce-Gardner, Bryan Charles ( 1942-1946 )
    Brudenell-Bruce, Chandos Sydney Cedric, 7th Marquess of Ailesbury, where he was mentioned in despatches, captured as a POW, annd escaped from captivity
    Bruen, Francis
    Bruen, John Martin
Bruhl, Friedrich
Bruhl, Ludwig
    Brush, Auriol Henry, with 9th Australian Division, and was wounded
    Brush, Edward James Augustus Howard, where he was wounded
    Buchan, Alastair Francis
    Buchan, John Norman Stuart, 2nd Baron Tweedsmuir
    Buchan, William de l'Aigle, 3rd Baron Tweedsmuir
    Buchan-Hepburn, Ninian Buchan Archibald John, of Smeaton Hepburn, 6th Bt., in India and Burma
    Buchanan, Charles James, 4th Bt.
    Buchanan-Jardine, Andrew Rupert John, of Castlemilk, 4th Bt.
    Buckmaster, Martin Stanley, 3rd Viscount Buckmaster, in the Middle East
    Bucknall, Richard Drummond Hay
    Bucknall, William Rixon
Bucknill, Samuel John Rennie
    Buffett, Arthur Benjamin Ward, in the New Zealand Expeditionary Force
    Buffett, Charles Ivens, in England, India, Burma, and Thailand
    Buffett, Colin Lindsay
    Buffett, Edwin Sydney
    Buffett, George William McLeave
    Buffett, Henry Rowland
    Buffett, Leslie Edward Wynyard, in the Royal Australian Air Force
    Buffett, Moresby, in the Norfolk Island contingent
    Buffett, Neville Albert Herbert, and was captured as a POW in Singapore
    Buffett, Selwyn Richard, in the Middle East and New Guinea
    Buffett, Thomas Francis, 6th Australian Light Horse Regiment
    Bull, Anthony
    Bull, Frederick Cecil, in North Africa and Italy
    Bull, George, 3rd Bt.
Bull, Martin Christopher Dashwood
    Bull, Peter Cecil
Bull, Stephen John, 2nd Bt.
    Bullen, Dennis Owen
    Bullen, Paul Gillespie
    Buller, Alexander John Stuart
    Buller, Peter Henry
    Buller, Robert Francis, and was mentioned in despatches
    Bullock-Webster, Sandro Ansell George Stuart, in the Russian Convoys and Normandy Campaign
    Bulteel, Christopher Harris
    Bulteel, Tom Oliver
    Bunbury, Francis Ramsey St. Pierre, where he was mentioned in dispatches
    Bunbury, John William Napier, 12th Bt.
    Burdett, Charles Henry, with 21st Lancers
    Burdett, Henry Leatham, in Royal Engineers
    Burdett, John Arthur Hugo, in the Royal Air Force
    Burdett, John Head
    Burges, Richard Ynyr
    Burges, Ynyr Alfred
    Burges-Lumsden, Patrick Claud
    Burgh, Charles
    Burgh, Desmond Herlouin
    Burgh, Hugo Christopher Henry, with 9th Australian Division, Australian Imperial Forces
    Burgh, Hugo Graham, when he became a POW and escaped
    Burgh, John Hubert, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Burgh, Patrick Rupert Richard, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Burgh, Richard Ulick Paget
    Burgh, Robert Henry
    Burgh, Robert Sydney Maxwell, with Royal Australian Air Force
    Burgh, Ulric Campbell
    Burgh, Wilfred John, with 6th Australia Division, Australian Imperial Forces
    Burke Cole, John William
    Burke Cole, Michael James
    Burke, Brian Arthur ( 1939-1945 )
    Burke, Charles Dominick
Burke, Henry Patrick Joseph Mary
    Burke, Patrick Henry Anthony ( 1939-1944 ), where he was wounded
    Burke, Patrick Hubert Charles
    Burke, Ulick Richard Samuel
    Burke-Roche, Ulick Edmund
    Burnell-Nugent, Anthony Frank, and was mentioned in despatches
    Burnett, David Humphrey, 3rd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
Burnett, Roger William Odo
    Burney, Cecil Denniston, 3rd Bt., in the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserves
    Burns, George
    Burns, John Alan, 4th Baron Inverclyde of Castle Wemyss
    Burrell, Peter Eustace ( 1940-1944 )
    Burrell, Walter Raymond, 8th Bt.
    Burrough, Harold Martin
    Burrowes, Alec
    Burrowes, James Edward
    Burrowes, Robert Philip
    Burrowes, Terence, with 7th Indian Division, 3rd British Division and RMonRE (Militia)
    Burton, Edward Thomas Derrick
    Burton, Lucas John Harmsworth
    Burton, Percy Basil Harmsworth, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Burton, Richard John, in the Royal Air Force (Radar)
Burton-Chadwick, Noel Kenneth Burton
    Burton-Chadwick, Robert Peter Burton, 2nd Bt. ( 1942-1945 ), with NZ Military Force in North Africa and Italy
    Bury, William Gledstanes
Butler, Beauchamp Henry
    Butler, Clarence Francis, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
    Butler, Edmund Pierce
    Butler, Eileen Mary Paget ( 1940 ), with CWAC in the U.K., Holland and France
Butler, Greville Humphrey
    Butler, Hubert Blennerhassett, in Egypt
    Butler, James Dighton, in the Middle East, Persia and India, and was mentioned in despatches
    Butler, James Humphrey
    Butler, James Whitwell
Butler, Patrick Henry Stanley Danvers
    Butler, Patrick Theobald Tower, 18th/28th Baron Dunboyne, and became a POW in 1940 and was repatriated in 1943
    Butler, Richard Shirley
    Butler, Theobald FitzWalter ( 1941-1946 ), with the Royal Air Force in India and Singapore
    Butler, Theobald Walter Somerset Henry, 8th Earl of Carrick
    Butler, Thomas Pierce, 12th Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Butler, Walter George Ormonde
    Butler-Henderson, Edward
    Butler-Henderson, Lionel
    Butler-Henderson, Patrick
    Butler-Stoney, Charles
Butler-Stoney, Thomas FitzHerbert
    Butt, Alfred Kenneth Dudley, 2nd Bt.
    Butterfield, Charles Harris, and was a POW 1942-5
    Butterworth, John Blackstock, Baron Butterworth, in the Royal Artillery
    Buxton, Aubrey Leland Oakes, Baron Buxton of Alsa ( 1944 ), in the Royal Artillery, and was mentioned in despatches
    Buxton, Desmond Gurney
    Buxton, Edward North
    Buxton, Gerard St. John Roden
    Buxton, Jocelyn Charles Roden, 7th Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
Buxton, Joseph Gurney Fowell
    Buxton, Julian Wilberforce
    Buxton, Mark
    Buxton, Maurice
    Buxton, Mervyn
    Buxton, Michael Auriol
    Buxton, Nigel Arthur
    Buxton, Paul William Jex, where he was wounded
Buxton, Peter Stapleton
    Buxton, Roden Henry Victor
    Buxton, Rupert
Buxton, Samuel Luckyn
    Buzzard, Anthony Wass, 2nd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Buzzard, John Huxley, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Byers, Frank May Reid, attached to the 1st KGV's O Bengal S and M
    Byers, Rowland Morrow, where he was mentioned in despatches
Byng, Francis Russell Dacres
    Byrne, Robert Guy
    Byron, Richard Geoffrey Gordon, 12th Baron Byron of Rochdale
    Byron, Rupert Frederick George, 11th Baron Byron of Rochdale, with the Royal Navy
    Cadman, Kenneth John
    Cadman, Martin Henry
    Cadman, Richard
    Cadman, Richard Edward Charles, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Cadman, William Guy
    Cadogan, Ambrose Alec Patrick George, in the Home Guards and Royal Marines, and was invalided
    Cadogan, Christopher Michael
    Cadogan, Edward Cecil George, in the Royal Air Force
    Cadogan, Francis Charles
    Cadogan, Peter, with SHAEF
    Cadogan, William Gerald Charles, 7th Earl of Cadogan
Caffery, Redge
    Cairnes, Francis Herbert, in Military Intelligence
    Cairnes, James Elliot
Cairnes, John Elliot
    Cairnes, Tom Algar Elliot, with the Royal Air Force
    Cairns, David Charles, 5th Earl Cairns, where he was mentioned in despatches
Cairns, Hugh Wilfred John, Viscount Garmoyle
    Cairns, Hugh William, where he was wounded
    Callaghan, Leonard James, Baron Callaghan of Cardiff, in the Royal Navy
    Calmady-Hamlyn, Vincent Warwick, in the Middle East, and was mentioned in despatches
    Calvert, Edmund Archibald, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Calvocoressi, Ion Melville, serving in Egypt, Italy and the Far East, and was wounded in 1942
Cambridge, Frederick Charles Edward
    Cameron, Allan John, in the Middle East, and was a POW from 1942
    Cameron, Angus Ewen Selwyn
    Cameron, Charles Alexander, in Egypt and Italy, and was wounded
    Cameron, Donald Hamish, of Lochiel, 26th Chief of Clan Cameron, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cameron, Neil, Baron Cameron of Balhousie
    Cameron, Robert Vernon, and became a POW in Singapore
    Campbell, Alan Keir, 4th of Auchendarroch, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Campbell, Alan Robertson, Baron Campbell of Alloway, and was a POW at Colditz from 1940 to 1945
    Campbell, Alastair, 4th Baron Stratheden of Cupar and Campbell of St. Andrews ( 1939-1945 ), and was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Campbell, Alexander Douglas, serving in France, Middle East and North-West Europe, he was mentioned in despatches
    Campbell, Alexander Purdon, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Campbell, Alexander Roy Carlyon
Campbell, Alister Henry
    Campbell, Alister Henry
    Campbell, Angus Mervyn, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Campbell, Charles Colin
    Campbell, Charles Grimshaw
    Campbell, Colin Moffat, of Aberuchill, 8th Bt., where he was wounded
    Campbell, David Colin, 3rd Baron Colgrain, in the 9th Lancers, where he was wounded
    Campbell, Donald Swinton, 2nd Baron Colgrain
    Campbell, Duncan Bruce
    Campbell, Edward FitzGerald
    Campbell, Edward FitzGerald David
    Campbell, Edward Fitzgerald
    Campbell, Elidor Diarmid Calder
    Campbell, Ewan Alexander
    Campbell, George Ilay, of Succoth, 6th Bt. ( 1940-1943 )
    Campbell, Gillachrist, in France and Malaya
    Campbell, Gordon Thomas Calthrop, Baron Campbell of Croy ( 1942-1945 ), in North-West Europe, where he was disabled
    Campbell, Guy Theophilus Halswell, 5th Bt., where he was wounded
    Campbell, Ian Douglas, 11th Duke of Argyll, and was held as a Prisoner of War (1940-1945)
    Campbell, Ian George Hallyburton
    Campbell, Ian Robert, where he was a POW
    Campbell, John Archibald
    Campbell, John Duncan Vaughan, of Cawdor, 5th Earl Cawdor of Castlemartin, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Campbell, John Romer Boreland, 10th Earl of Breadalbane, where he was mentioned in despatches, and was invalided
Campbell, John Ronald
    Campbell, Lorne Maclaine, of Airds, V.C.
    Campbell, Louis Hamilton, of Auchinbreck, 14th Bt., with the Royal Navy Reserve
    Campbell, Michael, with the Royal Artillery
    Campbell, Neil Donald
    Campbell, Niall Alexander Hamilton, of Barcaldine, 8th Bt.
    Campbell, Norman Dugald Ferrier, of Auchinbreck, 13th Bt. ( 1940 ), with the Truro 10th Battalion, Home Guard
    Campbell, Robert Dudley, where he was wounded
    Campbell, William lan, where he was mentioned in despatches and became a POW
Campbell-Canney, P.
    Campbell-Gray, Lindsay Stuart, Master of Gray
    Campbell-Grey, Ian Douglas
    Campbell-Orde, Harry Eustace, in Europe and the Middle East
    Campbell-Orde, Ian Ridley, where he was mentioned in despatches
Campbell-Orde, Peter Stewart
    Campbell-Orde, Simon Arthur, 5th Bt.
    Campbell-Robson, Lorne, with the Royal Army Medical Corps, and was mentioned in despatches
    Canning, Alexander Leopold Ivor George, 5th Baron Garvagh, in Burma, where he was mentioned in despatches
Canning, Victor Stratford de Redcliffe, where he was mentioned in despatches
Canstein, Herbert
    Capell, Robert Edward de Vere, 10th Earl of Essex
    Capponi, Ferrante Luigi Oscar, 9th Conte di Capponi, for the Allies
    Carden, Andrew
    Carden, Eustace Markham
    Carden, Henry Christopher, 4th Bt.
Carden, John Rory
    Carden, Richard Henry Lowry
    Carden, Robert Arthur, with the Royal Hampshire Regiment
    Carew, Gavin George, in the Western Desert, Italy, Belgium and Germany, and was mentioned in depstaches
    Carew, John Mohun ( 1943-1944 ), in Burma with the 3rd Gurkha Rifles, and was wounded
Carew, Nicolas Jasper-Grenville
    Carew, Peter Cuthbert
    Carew, Reginald Lionel Otho
    Carington, Peter Alexander Rupert, 6th Baron Carrington of Upton
    Carleton Paget, Guy Montgomerie
    Carleton, Guy
    Carleton, John Dudley, attached to the Special Forces
    Carnegie, David James, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Carnegie, James Murray
    Carnegie, John Fraser
    Carnegie, Raymond Alexander, where he was wounded three times and was mentioned in despatches
    Carnegie, Robert Murray
    Carroll, Donough
    Carroll, John Frederick
    Carter, Geoffrey Victor Tilson Shaen
    Carter-Campbell, Duncan Maclachlan, 8th of Possil, in Italy and Europe
Cartland, John Ronald
    Carver, Richard Michael Power, Baron Carver ( 1939-1945 )
    Cary, Lucius Henry Charles Plantagenet, 14th Viscount Falkland ( 1941-1945 )
    Cary, Philip Plantagenet
    Cary, Robert Archibald, 1st Bt. ( 1939 )
    Cary, Roger Hugh, 2nd Bt. ( 1945 )
    Casement, Francis Charles
    Casement, Julius John
    Casement, Peter Reginald
    Casement, Robert Michael
    Casement, Roddie
    Casement, Roy Samuel
    Cassel, Harold Felix, 3rd Bt.
    Cassidi, Arthur Desmond
    Cassidi, Robert Alexander
Castell-Castell, Gustav Friedrich
Castell-Rüdenhausen, Friedrich-Franz
Castell-Rüdenhausen, Otto Friedrich
    Cathcart, Alan Reginald
    Cathcart, Alan, 6th Earl Cathcart, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cathcart, Charles Frederick, where he was mentioned despatches
    Catto, Stephen Gordon, 2nd Baron Catto ( 1943-1947 ), in the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
    Caulfeild, Arthur James
    Caulfeild, Charles Edward St. George, 9th Viscount Charlemont
    Caulfeild, Evan Michael St. George, with the British Army (1939-40) and with the Canadian Forces (1940-46)
    Caulfeild, Robert
    Caulfeild, St. George Frederick Gordon, with the Naval Staff, Admiralty
    Caulfeild, Toby St. George, serving in France and South-East Asia
Caulfeild, William Henry
    Caulfeild, Wilmot Smyth
    Cave, John Laurence Mark, in North Africa and Italy
Cave-Browne, Edward Henry
    Cave-Browne, John Raban, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cave-Browne, William ( 1939-1941 ), where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Cave-Browne-Cave, Anthony, in Burma and Indonesia
    Cave-Browne-Cave, Bernard Adrian, in Germany and Palestine
    Cave-Browne-Cave, Bryan William
    Cave-Browne-Cave, Paul Asteley, in Germany
    Cavendish, Alexander Arbuthnott
    Cavendish, Andrew Robert Buxton, 11th Duke of Devonshire
    Cavendish, Charles Francis Alwyn Compton, in the Middle East and North-West Europe, and was wounded
    Cavendish, Edwin Pearson Delmar, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cavendish, Godfrey Herbert Richard, in the Middle East
    Cavendish, Hubert Gordon Compton, in East Africa
    Cavendish, Jean May, in the First Aid Nursing Yeomanry
    Cavendish, John Charles Compton, 5th Baron Chesham
    Cavendish, John Compton, 4th Baron Chesham
    Cavendish, Richard Edward Osborne
    Cavendish, Ronald Valentine, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cavendish, William Delmar, where he was wounded twice
Cavendish, William John Robert, Marquess of Hartington, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cawley, Frederick Lee, 3rd Baron Cawley, where he was wounded
Cawley, Harold Kenneth John
    Cawley, Stephen Robert, with the Royal Signals
    Cayley, Cuthbert John
    Cayley, Cyril, where he was wounded
    Cayley, Edward Cartwright
    Cayley, Forde Everard de Wend, where he became a POW
    Cayley, Hugh Cartwright
    Cayley, Hugh Edward
    Cayley, Kenelm Henry Ernest, 10th Bt.
    Cayley, Paul Charles Cuthbert
    Cayley, Philip Estcourt ( 1939-1943 )
Cayley, Richard Douglas
    Cayley, Richard Wilkins
    Cayley, William Arthur Seton
    Cayley, William Bernard, where he became a POW
    Cayzer, Bernard Gilbert Stancomb
    Cayzer, Charles William, 3rd Bt.
    Cayzer, Harold Stanley, where he was wounded
Cayzer, Nigel John, 4th Bt.
    Cecil, Barclay James Amherst
    Cecil, George Henry Vanderbilt, in the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve
Cecil, Henry Kerr Auchmuty
    Cecil, Henry Mitford Amherst
    Cecil, Rupert Arthur Victor
    Cecil, William Alexander Evering, 3rd Baron Amherst of Hackney ( 1940-1945 )
    Chadwyck-Healey, Charles Arthur, 4th Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Chadwyck-Healey, Edward Randal, 3rd Bt., where he was wounded
    Chadwyck-Healey, John Hugh, where he was wounded
    Chaloner, Desmond Willoughby Richard, with the King's African Rifles
    Chaloner, Thomas Weston Peel Long, 2nd Baron Gisborough
    Chance, Roger James Ferguson, 3rd Bt. ( 1940-1941 )
    Chapman, Robert MacGowan, 2nd Bt.
Chaponay-Morance, Pierre Emmanuel François Henri Baudoin
    Charley, William Robert Hunter
    Charmoy Grey, Rodney York, with the Royal Canadian Air Force
    Charteris, Martin Michael Charles, Baron Charteris of Amisfield, in the Middle East
Chartres, John Wilfred, with 5th Gurkhas
    Chartres, Thomas Victor George, with North Irish Horse
    Chartres, William David Graham
    Chavasse, Evelyn Henry
    Chavasse, Kendal George Fleming, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Chavasse, Paul Morrison Bushe, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Chaytor, Edward John Clervaux, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Chaytor, John Clervaux
    Chenevix Trench, Alfred Saward
    Chenevix Trench, Anthony ( 1939-1942 ), where he was captured as a POW
    Chenevix Trench, Godfrey Maxwell
    Chenevix Trench, John Gordon
Chenevix Trench, Maxwell
    Chenevix Trench, Richard Blakesley, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Chenevix Trench, Robert Denis ( 1942-1945 ), where he was captured by the Japanese and held as a POW
    Chester, Anthony James Bagot
    Chester, John Greville
    Chetwode, George David, where he was wounded
Chetwode, John
    Chetwynd, Adam Duncan, 9th Viscount Chetwynd of Bearhaven
    Chetwynd, Arthur Henry Talbot, 7th Bt.
    Chetwynd, Wentworth Randolph
    Chetwynd-Stapylton, Christopher George
    Chetwynd-Stapylton, Edward Henry
    Chetwynd-Stapylton, Edward Mark, where he was mentioned in despatches
Chetwynd-Stapylton, Edward Miles
    Chetwynd-Stapylton, Henry Philip
    Chetwynd-Stapylton, Miles Richard John
    Cheyne, Andrew Watson, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cheyne, Joseph Lister Watson, of Leagarth, 3rd Bt.
    Cheyne, Joseph Lister, of Leagarth, 2nd Bt.
    Cheyne, William Watson, where he became a POW in 1940
Chichester, Arthur Patrick Spencer
    Chichester, Charles Frederick Spencer
    Chichester, Dermot Richard Claud, 7th Marquess of Donegall, in teh Middle East and Africa, and became a POW
    Chichester, Desmond Clive, in North Africa and Italy, and was mentioned in despatches
    Chichester, Desmond Shane, in North Africa and Italy
    Chichester, Edward John, 11th Bt.
    Chichester, Oscar Richard Herschel
    Chichester, Patrick George ( 1939-1943 )
    Chichester-Clark, James Dawson, Baron Moyola, where he was wounded
    Child-Villiers, Edward Mansel, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Child-Villiers, George Francis, 9th Earl of the Island of Jersey
    Chinnery-Haldane, Alexander Napier, 25th of Gleneagles
    Chinnery-Haldane, Brodrick Vernon, with the Royal Artillery
    Chisholm, Alastair Hamish Wiland Andrew Fraser, of Chisholm, in Seaforth Highlanders, and seconded to the Royal Indian Army Service Corps
    Chisholm-Batten, Alexander William
    Cholmeley, Hugh John Francis Sibthorp, 5th Bt.
    Cholmeley-Harrison, Cholmeley Dering
    Cholmondeley, Anthony Pitt, where he became a POW
    Cholmondeley, George Hugh, 6th Marquess of Cholmondeley, in the Middle East, Italy, France and Germany
    Cholmondeley, George Hugo
Cholmondeley, Henry Pakenham Grenville
    Cholmondeley, John George
    Cholmondeley, Thomas Pitt Hamilton, 4th Baron Delamere of Vale Royal
Christian, Charles Allen
    Christian, Charles George Hornby ( 1939-1943 ), when he was invalided
    Christian, Charles Reuben ( 1940-1944 )
    Christian, Frederick John ( 1939-1943 ), in the Royal Army Service Corps, and was wounded in North Africa
    Christian, George Maitland ( 1939-1945 )
    Christian, Holder Stanley
Christian, Jack Laurence Kingsmill ( 1939-1944 )
    Christian, John Monsell, in North Africa, Italy and Austria
    Christian, Julius Reuben Charles
    Christian, Owen Michael Kingsmill ( 1939-1945 ), in Italy
    Christian, Richard Frederick
    Christian, Stephen John
    Christie, Hector Lorenzo, where he became a POW
    Chubb, David William Early, and was mentioned in despatches and became a POW
    Citrine, Norman Arthur Citrine, 2nd Baron Citrine
Clapton, Thomas Lionel Ashburner
    Clark, Aubrey Alexander Maxwell
    Clark, Charles Brian
    Clark, Charles John Alexander, with North Irish Horse
    Clark, Colin Douglas, 4th Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
Clark, Cuthbert King, in the Royal Air Force
    Clark, Francis Drake, 5th Bt. ( 1943-1946 ), in the Royal Navy
    Clark, George Anthony, 3rd Bt.
    Clark, Henry Francis
    Clark, Henry James Douglas ( 1939-1945 )
    Clark, Henry Wallace Stuart, with bomb and mine disposal
Clark, Ian Ronald Wentworth
    Clark, John Courtenay, with the Royal Army Pay Corps
    Clark, John Maurice
    Clark, Richard Conyngham
    Clark, Thomas George Ramsay Davidson, in the Royal Air Force
    Clark, Thomas Jackson
Clark, Thomas Roderick Jackson
    Clark, Wentworth Douglas, where he was wounded
    Clark, William Gibson Haig, Baron Clark of Kempston ( 1941-1946 )
    Clarke, Brian William Marshal, with the Submarine Service
    Clarke, Charles Martin
    Clarke, Colin Grenville
    Clarke, Edward Granville Woodchurch, in Burma
    Clarke, Edward Neville
Clarke, Ernest Edward Dowling, in the Royal Air Force
    Clarke, George Erskine Lee
    Clarke, John Russell, with the Australian Imperial Forces
    Clarke, Marshal Falconer
    Clarke, Marshal Llewelyn
    Clarke, Michael Alastair
    Clarke, Peter Ethelston, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Clarke, Peter Geoffrey Woodchurch, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Clarke, Ralph Lionel, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Clarke, Reginald Clive Nevil, iin Royal Australian Air Force
    Clarke, Robert Nunn Stephenson, in the Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve
    Clarke, Rupert William John, 3rd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Clarke, Samuel Henry Rendall, with RAC
    Clarke, Thomas Graves, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Clarke, Thomas Hughes
    Clarke, Thomas Humphrey Woodchurch
Clarke, William, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Clarke, William Antony Francis
    Clayton, Arthur Harold, 11th Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Clayton, Arthur John Granville, with Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve
    Clayton, Gilbert Talbot Hatton ( 1942-1945 ), in Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
    Clayton, Henry Hubert
Cleeve, Anthony Thomas Russell, in Royal Air Force
    Cleeve, Brian Talbot, with the Merchant Navy, King's African Rifles and Military Intelligence
Cleeve, Desmond
    Cleeve, Henry John
    Cleeve, Terence Vincent Aylmer
Clegg-Hill, Frederic Raymond, and was mentioned in despatches
    Clegg-Hill, Gerald Rowland, 7th Viscount Hill of Hawkestone and of Hardwicke
    Clements, Charles Marcus Lefvre
    Clements, Henry Theophilus Wickham
    Clerk, John Dutton, of Penicuik, 10th Bt.
    Clerke, John Edward Longueville, 12th Bt.
Clerke, Nicholas John
    Clerke, Rupert Francis Henry
    Clifford, George Gilbert Joseph ( 1939 )
    Clifford, Lewis Hugh, 13th Baron Clifford of Chudleigh, where he became a POW, but escaped in 1943
    Clifford, Peter Frazer Sinclair, in North Africa
    Clifton, Peter Thomas
    Clifton-Brown, Anthony George, where he was wounded
    Clifton-Brown, Geoffrey Benedict
    Clive, Archer Francis Lawrence
    Clive, John William Evelyn Somerset
Clive, Meysey George Dallas
Close, Peter Thrale
    Close, William Herbert, in Greece, North Africa and Normandy
    Close, William Taliaferro
    Close-Smith, Henry Temple
    Coates, Frederick Gregory Lindsay, 2nd Bt., in North Africa and North-West Europe, where he was twice wounded
    Coats, Alastair Francis Stuart, 4th Bt.
    Coats, Ian Charles James
    Coats, Ivor Paul, in North Africa and Italy, where he was wounded and became a POW
    Coats, James Stuart, 3rd Bt.
    Coats, Vernon William ( 1939-1945 )
Cobb, Henry Patrick
Cobb, Wilton Winstanley
Cobbe, Alexander William Locke
Cobbe, Charles Hugh
    Cobbe, Francis Charles
    Cobbold, Michael David Nevill ( 1940-1945 )
    Cobbold, Peter Fromanteel
Cobbold, Robert Nevill
    Cochrane, Alexander Francis
    Cochrane, Archibald Douglas ( 1941-1945 )
Cochrane, Archibald Hamish FitzGerald
    Cochrane, Desmond Oriel Alastair George Weston, 3rd Bt.
    Cochrane, Edward Owen, where he was menioned in despatches
    Cochrane, Ernest Henry
Cochrane, Francis Alfred Arthur
    Cochrane, Harold Hubert
    Cochrane, Ian Douglas Leonard, 14th Earl of Dundonald, in North Africa, Sicily, Italy and Greece
Cochrane, James Owen
Cochrane, John
Cochrane, John Blair
    Cochrane, John Erskine Dundonald
    Cochrane, John Noble, with Royal Air Force
    Cochrane, John Peter
Cochrane, Palmer Basil Dundonald
    Cochrane, Peter William FitzGerald
    Cochrane, Ralph Alexander, where he was mentioned in despatcces twice
    Cockburn, John Elliot, of that Ilk, 12th Bt. ( 1944-1948 ), with the Royal Air Force
    Cockburn-Campbell, Alexander Bruce
    Cockburn-Campbell, Thomas, 6th Bt., with the Australian Imperial Forces
    Cockburn-Campbell, Urban Alfred
    Coddington, Dixie Henry
Coddington, Hubert Geoffrey John, in the Royal Air Force
    Codrington, Geoffrey Ronald ( 1939-1946 ), at HQ London District
    Codrington, Simon Francis Bethell, 3rd Bt. ( 1942-1945 ), in Italy
    Codrington, William Richard, 7th Bt.
    Coghill, Joscelyn Ambrose Cramer, 7th Bt.
    Coghill, Marmaduke Nevill Patrick Somerville, 6th Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Cohen, Leonard Harold, where he was wounded
    Cokayne, Charles Borlase Marsham, 2nd Baron Cullen of Ashbourne
    Cokayne, Edmund Willoughby Marsham, 3rd Baron Cullen of Ashbourne
    Cokayne, Thomas Probyn
    Coke, Anthony Louis Lovel, 6th Earl of Leicester of Holkham, with the Royal Air Force
Coke, David Arthur
    Coke, Gerald Edward
    Coke, Lovel William
    Coke, Richard Lovel, in Italy
    Coke, Roger
    Coke, Thomas William Edward, 5th Earl of Leicester of Holkham
    Cole, Michael Galbraith Lowry, Viscount Cole
    Cole-Hamilton, Anthony Mervyn, where he was mentioned in despatches
Cole-Hamilton, David Edmund
    Cole-Hamilton, Hugh Arthur Willoughby, when he was invalided
    Cole-Hamilton, John Beresford
    Cole-Hamilton, John Claud
    Coleridge, Antony Duke, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Coleridge, Arthur Nicholas
    Coleridge, Francis Stephen
    Coleridge, James Bernard
    Coleridge, Paul Humphrey
    Coleridge, Richard Duke, 4th Baron Coleridge of Ottery St. Mary
    Colfox, William John, 2nd Bt.
    Collier, Angus Lyell ( 1939-1945 )
    Collings, Geoffrey Stephen d'Auvergne
    Collins, Christopher William Edward, in North Africa and Italy
    Colmore, Peter Dashwood Murray, in East Africa and Ethiopia
    Colquhoun, Donald Alan ( 1939-1946 )
    Colquhoun, Ivar Iain, of Luss, 8th Bt.
    Colt, Henry Archer, 9th Bt.
    Colt, John Rochfort
    Colthurst, Charles St. John
    Colvill, David Chaigneau
    Colvill, James Chaigneau, where he commanded destroyers
    Colvill, Robert Lowry Chaigneau
    Colville, Archibald
    Colville, Charles Alexander, 3rd Viscount Colville of Culross
Colville, David
    Colville, David Richard
    Colville, Edward Charles, where he was mentioned in despatches
Colville, Frederick James
    Colville, John Gilbert
    Colville, John Rupert
    Colville, Philip Robert ( 1944-1945 ), in North-West Europe, and was mentioned in despatches
    Colville, Ronald John Bilsland, 2nd Baron Clydesmuir, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Colyer-Fergusson, James Herbert Hamilton, 4th Bt., And was a POW (1940-45)
Colyer-Fergusson, Max Christian Hamilton
Combe, Robert Tristram
    Comyn, John Andrew, in North Africa, where he became a POW
    Comyn, Nugent Gerald Ward, with South African Engineer Corps in East and North Africa, Italy and Austria
Comyn, Reginald
    Comyn, Victor Lewis
    Conant, John Ernest Michael, 2nd Bt. ( 1942-1945 )
Conant, Rupert Thomas
    Concannon, John Noel
    Conolly-Carew, William Francis, 6th Baron Carew, where he was wounded
Considine, Anthony Talbot Percy, in the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
    Considine, Brian Bertram, with the Royal Air Force
    Considine, Patrick Heffernan
    Considine, Peter Reginald Francis
    Considine, Thomas George
    Constable-Maxwell, Gerald Joseph, and was mentioned in despatches
    Constable-Maxwell, Michael Hugh, in the Battle of Britain and Duth East Indies
    Constantine, Theodore, Baron Constantine of Stanmore
    Cooke, Adrian Fitzpatrick
    Cooke, Bryan Edward ( 1939-1942 ), when he became a POW
    Cooke, Charles Arthur John, 11th Bt. ( 1939-1940 ), where he became a POW
    Cooke, David Charles Darwin
Cooke, Eldred Rodney Fitzpatrick
    Cooke, John Gervaise Beresford
    Cooke, John Sholto Fitzpatrick
    Cooke, Thomas Fitzpatrick
    Cooke-Collis, Edward Cunliffe, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Cookman, Basil Thornton
    Cookman, Nathaniel Henry Edward Rogers
Cookson, Christopher
    Cookson, John Butler
    Cooper, Adolphus Richard, where he became a POW and escaped
    Cooper, Anthony Matthew, with Combined Operations in Algeria, Middle East and Sicily
Cooper, Astley John, with the Glider Pilot Regiment, 1st Airborne Division
    Cooper, Austin Eric Lloyd, with 4th Division and Indian Army
    Cooper, Austin Francis, with 4th KOR Regiment (Lancaster)
    Cooper, Austin Owen, with Royal Army Pay Corps
Cooper, Donald Lewis Astley
    Cooper, Edward Francis Patrick
    Cooper, Frederick Owen, with the Royal Air Force in India and Burma
Cooper, Geoffrey Desmond
    Cooper, Geoffrey Mervyn
    Cooper, Gerald Nigel Astley
    Cooper, Giles Stannus, with RW Yorkshire Regiment
    Cooper, Matthew Pennefather Lloyd, as Major (Staff)
    Cooper, Patrick Graham Astley, 6th Bt. ( 1939-1940 ), when he was invalided
    Cooper, Peter Robert
    Cooper, Richard Guy, with Royal Irish Fusiliers
    Cooper, Richard Philip
    Cooper, Robert Henry, where he was wounded
    Cooper, William Herbert, 3rd Bt. ( 1939-1945 ), in the Royal Observer Corps and Royal Air Force
    Cooper-Chadwick, John Lionel, where he was wounded
    Coote, Brian Philip
    Coote, Denis Ivor, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Coote, Dermot Chenevix, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Coote, Eric Royds Methuen ( 1940-1944 )
    Coote, John Oldham
    Coote, John Ralph, 14th Bt.
    Coote, John Robin
    Coote, Maxwell Henry, with the Royal Air Force, where he was mentioned in despatches
Coote, Patric Bernard
    Copeman, Michael George Auchel
    Corballis, Basil Joseph
    Cordeaux, Edward Cawdron
    Cordle, John Howard, in the Royal Air Force
Corkery, Eric Denis
    Cornwall Legh, Evelyn Henry Shuldam, where he was invalided
    Cornwall-Legh, Charles Legh Shuldham, 5th Lord Grey (of Codnor), with the Auxiliary Air Force and Royal Air Force
    Cornwallis, Fiennes Neil Wykeham, 3rd Baron Cornwallis ( 1940-1944 ), when he was invalided
    Corry, William James, 4th Bt.
Cory-Wright, Anthony John Julian
    Cory-Wright, Francis Newman, where he was wounded
Cory-Wright, Jonathan Francis
    Cory-Wright, Michael, where he became a POW
    Cosby, Eric James Dudley
    Cosby, Errold Ashworth Sydney
    Cosby, Ivan Robert Sydney, where he was mentioned in despatches
Cosgrave, Henry Alexander, with the Royal Tank Regiment
    Cosgrave, Robert Gerald, with Royal Air Force
    Cotter, Arthur Gerald Purcell
    Cotter, Arundel
    Cotter, Arundel John Plunkett
Cotter, David Grenfell
    Cotter, Delaval James Alfred, 6th Bt., in North-West Europe
    Cotter, Harry Norman Rogerson
    Cotter, Hilary James Coughtrie, where he was invalided
    Cotter, James Lawrence, with the Royal Canadian Army Service Corps
Cotter, Laurence Stopford Llewellyn
    Cotter, Lloyd George
    Cotter, Louis Stephen, with the Canadian Army
    Cotter, Richard Duncan Rogerson
    Cotterell, Richard Charles Geers, 5th Bt., in the Middle East and Italy, and was mentioned in despatches
    Cotton, Francis Brian Egerton
    Cotton, Hugh Philip Stapleton
    Cotton, Simon Arthur
    Cotts, Robert Chrichton Mitchell, 3rd Bt.
    Couper, George Robert Cecil, 5th Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Couper, Jem Ramsay ( 1941-1945 )
    Courage, Anthony
    Courage, Richard Hubert ( 1945 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Courcy, John Arthur Gerald
    Courcy, Michael John Rancé
    Courtenay, Charles Christopher, 17th Earl of Devon, where he was wounde and was mentioned in despatches
    Coventry, Cecil Dick Bluett, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Coventry, Charles William Gerald
    Coventry, Digby Colquitt, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Coventry, Francis Henry, 12th Earl of Coventry
Coventry, George William Reginald Victor, 10th Earl of Coventry
    Coventry, Gerald Victor ( 1939 ), with the Candadian Amry
Coventry, Henry Reginald
Coventry, Robert George
Cox, Charles Ian
    Cox, Frederick George ( 1942-1945 ), with Royal Air Force Bomber Command
Cox, Ralph George Snead
    Cox, Reginald Egerton ( 1943-1945 )
    Cradock-Hartopp, John Edmund, 9th Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Cradock-Hartopp, Kenneth Alston, 10th Bt.
    Craig, James, 2nd Viscount Craigavon
    Craig, Patrick William Dennis ( 1939-1945 ), where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Cramer, Albrecht Wolfgang Eberhardt
Cramer, Johann Ulrich
    Cramsie, Alexander James Henry, where he was wounded
    Cramsie, Arthur Vacquerie, with Intelligence Corps
    Cramsie, Charles Murray
Craven, George Edward James, with the Royal Air Force
    Craven, William George Bradley, 6th Earl of Craven
Crawford, David Robert
    Crawley, Charles David
    Crawley, James Bryan, with the Royal Air Force and Royal Canadian Air Force
    Crawley, John Lloyd Rochfort, in the Merchant Navy
    Crawley, Michael, with the Royal Canadian Army Service Corps
Crawley, Michael
    Crawley-Boevey, Anthony
    Crawley-Boevey, Arthur Martin, where he was mentioned in despatches
Crawley-Boevey, Thomas Roger
    Creagh, Edward Philip Nagle
    Creagh, James Patrick Nagle
    Creagh-Barry, Charles Philip Nagle, with the Irish Guards
    Creagh-Barry, Philip Edward March Steuard, in the Irish Guards
    Crichton, Alexander Cochrane
    Crichton, David George, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Crichton, Francis Michael ( River 1937 ), in the Atlantic, Mediterranean, Burma and Pacific
    Crichton, John Henry George, 5th Earl Erne of Crom Castle
    Crichton, John Richard
    Crichton, Marcus Henry Reginald
    Crichton, Michael Henry
    Crichton, Patrick Henry Douglas, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Crichton, Richard John Vesey, where he was mentioned in despatches, and wounded twice
    Crichton-Stuart, Michael Duncan David, where he was wounded twice
    Crichton-Stuart, Patrick Dudley, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cripps, Charles Thomas Joyce
    Cripps, Frederick Heyworth, 3rd Baron Parmoor
    Cripps, Matthew Anthony Leonard
    Critchett, Ian George Lorraine, 3rd Bt.
    Critchley-Waring, Arthur Cunliffe Bernard
    Croasdaile, Alan Lancelot
Croft, James Herbert, 11th Bt.
    Croft, John Archibald Radcliffe, 5th Bt., where he was wounded twice
    Croft, John Armentières, where he was wounded
    Croft, Michael Henry Glendower Page, 2nd Baron Croft
    Croft, Richard Arthur Fitzroy Page, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Crofton, Desmond Gerald ( 1944-1945 ), in France and North-West Europe, where he was wounded, and was mentioned in despatches
    Crofton, Edward Blaise, 5th Baron Crofton of Mote
    Crofton, Malby Sturges, 5th Bt.
    Crofton, Morgan George, in Burma, and was mentioned in despatches
    Crofton, Patrick Donavan ( 1943-1945 ), in Italy and North-West Europe, where he was mentioned in despatches
Crofton, Robert Denis
    Croker, Crofton ( 1939-1942 ), when he was invalided
    Croker, Edward James O'Brien
    Croker, Edward James O'Brien, recalled for special service
    Croker, George FitzGerald
    Croker, John Newport
    Croker, William Pennefather, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cronin-Coltsmann, Terence Daniel
    Cros, Arthur Roy Peter
    Cros, Claude Philip Arthur Mallet, 3rd Bt.
    Cros, Philip Harvey, 2nd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Crosbie, John Leslie, with Coastal Command
    Crosbie, Robert Fitzgeorge
    Cross, Assheton Henry, 3rd Viscount Cross
Cross, Richmund Gilfred
    Crossley, John Richard Irwin
    Crossley, Michael Nicholson, where he was mentioned in despatches
Crossley, Nigel John
Croÿ, Alfred Franz Johann de Nepomuk Maximilian Karl Gerhard Benedikt Maria
Croÿ, Franz de Paul Alfred Maximian Aloysius Maria
Croÿ, Hubert Marie Francois Louis
    Cubitt, Charles Guy
    Cubitt, Henry Edward, 4th Baron Ashcombe, with the Royal Air Force
    Culme-Seymour, Evelyn
    Culme-Seymour, Gerald Henry Hobert
    Culme-Seymour, John Dennis
    Culme-Seymour, Mark Charles, where he was wounded
    Culme-Seymour, Michael, 5th Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cummins, Arthur Aylmer
    Cummins, Christopher Fenton Aylmer
    Cummins, Donald Fenton, in Royal Engineers
    Cummins, Henry Alfred Poole
    Cummins, Maurice Lyle, severely wounded in Italy
    Cummins, William Alfred Brian
    Cuningham, Alister Gordon, with the Australian Imperial Force
Cuningham, Archibald Loudoun, with the Australian Imperial Force
    Cuningham, Robin Ellison, with the Australian Imperial Force
    Cunliffe, Bruce Fergusson
    Cunliffe, Colin Fergusson ( 1939-1945 ), with the Grandier Guards
    Cunliffe, Robert Lionel Brooke, where he was mentioned in despatches
Cunliffe-Lister, John Yarburgh
    Cunliffe-Owen, Dudley Herbert, 2nd Bt.
Cunliffe-Owen, Hugo Leslie
    Cunningham, Andrew Browne, 1st and last Viscount Cunningham of Hyndhope
    Cunynghame, Frank Vincent ( 1940-1945 ), with the Australian Imperial Forces
    Cunynghame, Henry David St. Leger Brooke Selwyn, of Milncraig, 11th Bt.
Cunynghame, Wilfrid Bertram Stuart
    Cuppage, Desmond George Burke
    Currie, Arnold William Rivers, where he was wounded
    Currie, Disney Rivers, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Currie, Edward John Charles ( 1942 ), with the Malayan Defence Force at Singapore, and became a POW
    Currie, Frederick Disney Rivers ( 1943 ), in Burma, and was wounded
    Curtis, Arthur Derek Edward
    Curtis, Arthur Drury ( 1939-1945 )
    Curtis, Berwick, as Commodore of Convoys
    Curtis, David Sacheverell ( 1939-1945 ), where he was mentioned in despatches four times
    Curtis, Peter, 6th Bt.
Curtis, Richard Osborne
    Curtis, Robert Cecil
    Curzon, Chambré George William Penn
    Curzon, Edward Richard Assheton Penn, 6th Earl Howe
    Curzon, James Quintin Penn ( 1942-1945 )
    Curzon-Howe, Henry
    Curzon-Howe-Herrick, Assheton Penn, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Cust, Lionel George Arthur, where he was again mentioned in despatches
    Cust, Peregrine Francis Adelbert, 6th Baron Brownlow of Belton
    Cutler, Arthur Roden, V.C.
Czartoryski, Louis
Cziráky de Czirák de Dénesfalva, Nikolaus
    D'Arcy, Edward John Wakefield
D'Arcy, John
    D'Arcy, John Conyers, where he was mentioned in despatches
    D'Arcy, Michael Charles Norman, where he was wounded
    D'Arcy, Thomas Norman
    D'Arcy, William Isidore
    D'Oyly, John Rochfort, 13th Bt.
    D'Oyly, Nigel Hadley Miller, 14th Bt., in Hong Kong and France
D'Oyly, Reginald Clare Hastings
    Dahl, Roald, in North Africa, and Greece
    Dalrymple-Hay, Brian George Rowland
    Dalrymple-Hay, Christopher Montague Vernon Francis ( 1939-1944 ), where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Dalrymple-Hay, Houston Stewart
    Dalrymple-Hay, Hugh Brereton, where he became a POW
    Dalrymple-Hay, James Erroll
    Dalrymple-Hay, Kenneth Houston
    Dalrymple-White, Henry Arthur Dalrymple, 2nd Bt.
    Daly, Albert Peter Vincent, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Daly, Denis Bowes
    Daly, Denis William
    Daly, Dermot Ralph
    Daly, George Dermot
    Daly, James Henry
    Daly, Victor Alexander Henry
Damer, George
    Dampier, Denis John
Dane, Henry, where he became a POW
Dane, Richard Cecil Allen
Dane, Richard Louis Hastings
    Daniell, David Francis Blackburne, with Royal Air Force
    Darby, James Lionel d'Esterre
Darby, John Richard d'Esterre
    Darell, Jeffrey Lionel, 8th Bt.
    Darell, William Oswald, 7th Bt., with the Intelligence Corps
    Darling, Gerald Ralph Auchinleck
Darling, James Weyland
    Darling, Ralph Reginald Auchinleck ( 1939-1943 ), when he retired due to ill health
    Darling, Robert Charles Henry, 2nd Baron Darling
    Darling, Thomas Auchinleck
    Darroch, Duncan, 7th of Gourock, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Dashwood, Alexander John
Daublebsky, Otto, Freiherr von Sterneck zu Ehrenstein
    Daunt, William Achilles
Davidson, Colin Keppel
    Davidson, Kenneth Bulstrode Lloyd, where he was mentioned in despatches
Davies, David Michael, 2nd Baron Davies
    Davies, Denis Norman
    Davies, Islwyn Edmund Evan
Davies-Berrington, Douglas John
    Davies-Cooke, Paul John
    Davies-Cooke, Philip Ralph
    Davison, Patrick Owen Alexander, 2nd Baron Broughshane
    Davison, Thomas Arthur
    Davison, William Kensington, 3rd Baron Broughshane
    Davson, Harry Miller
Dawans, Sigismund-Helmut
    Dawnay, Christopher Payan, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Dawnay, David
    Dawnay, Eric Christopher ( 1939-1941 ), where he became a POW
    Dawnay, George William ffolkes
    Dawnay, Michael
    Dawnay, Oliver Payan, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Dawnay, Peter
    Dawnay, Richard, 10th Viscount Downe
    Dawnay, Ronald ( 1939-1942 ), where he was mentioned in despatches and became a POW
Dawson-Damer, George Lionel Seymour, Viscount Carlow
    Day, John Forbes Andre
    Deacon, David Hawthorne
    Deacon, Ernest Claude, with the Australian Imperial Forces
    Dean, Arthur Paul, Baron Dean of Harptree
    Dease, Ernest Joseph
Dease, Richard Edmund Antony, as a Pilot Officer with the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserves
    Debenham, Martin Ridley
    Debenham, Piers Kendrick, 2nd Bt.
    Deedes, Charles Julius, in Europe and Italy, and was wounded
    Deedes, William Francis, Baron Deedes
Degenfeld-Schonburg, Christoph
Degenfeld-Schonburg, Ferdinand
    Delmege, Hugh Jocelyn
    Delmege, James O'Grady
    Delmé-Murray, George Philip Alexander, in Burma, where he was wounded
    Demetriadi, Michael Anthony, and was mentioned in despatches twice and was wounded
    Denison-Pender, Richard Ernest, and was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Denman, Charles Spencer, 5th Baron Denman of Dovedale, in the Middle East
    Denman, George ( 1943-1945 )
    Denman, Harold ( 1941-1946 ), in Royal Artillery
    Denman, Peter Frederick Arthur, in the Intelligence Corps
    Denman, Roderick Peter George
    Dennis, Meade Edward
    Dennis, Stratford Hercules, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Denny, Arthur de Courcy MacGillycuddy, in Royal Canadian Artillery and Royal Canadian Air Force
    Derrett, Raymond Coleridge
    Devereux, Robert de Bohun
    Devereux, Rodney de Bohun, in the New Zealand Medical Corps
    Devitt, Howson Charles
    Devitt, John Desmond, where he was wounded
    Devitt, Philip Eyre
    Devitt, Thomas Gordon, 2nd Bt.
    Dewar, David Matthew Henry, of Gilston
    Dewar, Henry Evelyn Alexander, 3rd Baron Forteviot, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Dewar, James David Ramsay, with the Royal Navy
    Dewar, Matthew James Manuia, with the Royal Engineers
    Dewar, Michael Willoughby ( 1941-1945 ), with the Intelligence Corps and SHAEF (Mission to French Government)
    Dewey, Anthony Hugh, 3rd Bt.
Deym zu Stritez, Johann Nepomuck
Deym zu Stritez, Victorinus
    Dick-Lauder, George Andrew, of Fountainhall, 12th Bt., in Palestine, Somaliland, 52nd Middle East Commandos, Sudan, and Crete, where he became a POW
    Digby, Arthur Kenelm ( 1939-1941 )
    Digby, Edward Henry Kenelm, 12th Baron Digby of Geashill
    Digby-Johnson, Eric, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Dilke, Christopher Wentworth
    Dilke, Oswald Ashton Wentworth
Dill, David Gordon
    Dill, John Albert Edward, with Royal Air Force
    Dill, John Martin Gordon
Dill, John Michael Gordon
Dill, John Pengelly
    Dill, Richard Patrick Murray Gordon, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Dill, Richard Wale Gordon
    Dill, Victor Robert Colquhoun
    Dillon, Eric FitzGerald, 19th Viscount Dillon of Costello-Gallin ( 1939-1941 )
    Dillon, Gerald Francis Lee ( 1940-1945 )
    Dillon, Michael Eric, 20th Viscount Dillon of Costello-Gallin
    Dillon, Richard Maurice, in Sicily and Italy
Dillwyn-Venables-Llewelyn, George William
    Dixon, Daniel Stewart Thomas Bingham, 2nd Baron Glentoran, including Fnrace and Monte Cassino
    Dixon, Noel Wilbraham ( 1939-1944 ), in Naval Staff, and was invalided
Dixon-Brown, Cecil Thomas
Dobbie, Arthur William Granville
    Dobbin, Clarence Rudolf
    Dobbin, Robert Archibald
    Dobbin, Tilton Hemsley, with the U.S. Navy
    Dobbs, Cathcart Eric Stewart
    Dobbs, Conway Edward
    Dobbs, Hector George Edmund
    Dobbs, John Jopp Fairlie ( 1939-1940 ), where he was wounded and became a POW (1940-45)
    Dobbs, Nithsdale Conway
    Dobbs, Richard Arthur Frederick
Dohna-Schlobitten, Heinrich
Domvile, Barry
    Domvile, Denys Barry Herbert
    Domvile, John Patrick
Don-Wauchope, John Andrew
    Don-Wauchope, Patrick George, of Edmonstone and Newton Don, 10th Bt., in Italy
    Donaldson, John Francis, Baron Donaldson of Lymington
    Donaldson, John George Stuart, Baron Donaldson of Kingsbridge ( 1939-1945 )
    Dorman, Edward Anthony John Reginald
    Dorman, Edward Mungo
    Dorman, Edward Stephen Patrick, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Dorman, Richard
    Dormer, Geoffrey Henry, 17th Baron Dormer of Wyng
Dormer, Hugh Everard
    Dormer, John Kenelm
Dornberg, Friedrich Wilhelm
    Doughty-Wylie, Brian Peirson
    Douglas, Archibald Roderick Sholto
    Douglas, Archibald Sholto George, he was mentioned in despatches
    Douglas, David Sholto William
    Douglas, John Sholto Henry, he was mentioned in despatches
    Douglas, Patrick Sholto, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
    Douglas, Peter Frederic Sholto, where he was wounded and was mentioned in despatches
    Douglas, Sholto Charles John Hay, 20th Earl of Morton
Douglas, Thomas William
    Douglas, William Sholto, 1st and last Baron Douglas of Kirtleside
Douglas-Hamilton, David ( 1939-1944 )
    Douglas-Hamilton, Douglas, 14th Duke of Hamilton ( 1939-1945 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Douglas-Hamilton, George Nigel, 10th Earl of Selkirk ( 1939-1945 ), where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Douglas-Hamilton, James Angus ( 1939-1945 )
    Douglas-Hamilton, Malcolm Avondale ( 1939-1945 )
    Douglas-Home, Edward Charles, where he was wounded and became a POW
Douglas-Home, George Cospatrick
    Douglas-Home, Henry Montagu
    Douglas-Home, William
    Douglas-Pennant, Cyril Eustace, he was mentioned in despatches
    Douglas-Pennant, Malcolm Frank, 6th Baron Penrhyn of Llandegai
    Douglas-Pennant, Nigel
Dowding, Arthur Denis Caswall
    Dowding, Derek Hugh Tremenheere, 2nd Baron Dowding, in the Battle of Britain
Downie, James Cunliffe
    Downton, Charles Murray
    Downton, John Malcolm
    Doyne, Robert Harry
    Drake, John Raffles Flint
Drake, Michael Robert
Drake, Ronald Francis
    Drew-Smythe, Richard David Somerset, serving in Burma and India
Droste zu Vischering von Nesselrode-Reichenstein, Adolf
Droste zu Vischering von Nesselrode-Reichenstein, Alfred
Droste zu Vischering, Max Ferdinand
    Drummond, Geoffrey Heneage, V.C.
    Drummond-Hay, Athol Bury, where he became a POW
    Drummond-Hay, Charles Robert
    Drummond-Hay, Donald, where he was mentioned in despatches and became a POW
    Drummond-Hay, George Thomson
    Drummond-Hay, Harold Sandford, with the Canadian Expeditionary Forces
    Duckworth, Richard Dyce, 3rd Bt.
    Duckworth-King, George Henry James, 6th Bt. ( 1940-1945 )
    Duckworth-King, John Richard, 7th Bt. ( 1939-1945 )
    Dudgeon, Joseph Hume ( 1939-1945 )
    Duff, Alan Colquhoun, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Duff-Dunbar, Kenneth James
    Duff-Sutherland Dunbar, George, of Hempriggs, 6th Bt.
    Dugdale, Michael Arthur Stratford
    Dugdale, Thomas Lionel, 1st Baron Crathorne ( 1940-1941 ), in the Middle East
    Dugdale, William Stratford, 2nd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Duggan, Hubert John
    Dunbar, Drummond Cospatrick Ninian, of Durn, 9th Bt., where he was wounded twice
    Dunbar, Robert Fyfe
    Dunbar, Uthred Ninian Vere
    Dunbar, William Hancorn Vere
    Dunbar, William Henry George, of Kilconzie
    Dunbar-Nasmith, David Arthur, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Duncombe, Charles Willian Slingsby, 3rd Earl of Feversham of Ryedale
    Duncombe-Anderson, Anthony John, where he was mentioned in despatches
Duncombe-Anderson, Roland Frederick
    Duncombe-Anderson, Wilfred George
    Dundas, Adam Duncan, of Dundas
    Dundas, Bruce Thomas
    Dundas, George Heneage Lawrence
    Dundas, Hugh Spencer Lisle, and was mentioned in despatches
    Dundas, Ian Hope, of Dundas
Dundas, John Charles
    Dundas, John George Lawrence
Dundas, Kenelm Crispin Vivian Douglas
    Dundas, Lawrence Aldred Mervyn, 3rd Marquess of Zetland, and was mentioned in despatches
Dundas, Robert Charles
    Dundas, Robert Maldred St. John Melville
    Dundas, Thomas Calderwood, of Arniston, 7th Bt., in North-West Europe, and was mentioned in despatches
    Dundas, William John, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Dunlop, Thomas, 3rd Bt.
    Dunlop, William Beckett
    Dunn, John Hubert, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Duntze, Daniel Evans, 8th Bt., in the U.S. Army Air Force
    Dupree, James
    Dupree, John Rupert
Dupree, William Vernon John
    Durand, Alan Algernon Marion, 3rd Bt. ( 1939-1940 ), in Belgium and France
    Durand, Algernon Thomas Marion
    Durand, Mortimer Henry Marion ( 1939 )
    Durie, Raymond Varley Dewar, of Durie, in Shanghai when it fell to the Japanese, escaping to Chungking, a journey of 2,000 miles which took three months and for which he was mentioned in despatches
    Durrant, William Henry Estridge, 7th Bt.
    Dyer, Frederick Thomas Swinnerton
    Dyer, Gordon Swinnerton, where he was invalided
    Dyer, Hugh Swinnerton
    Dyer, John Arnold Swinnerton
    Dyer, Thomas Musgrave Swinnerton
    Dyson, George St. John Armitage, where be was captured by the Japanese and became a POW
    Dyson, Peter Spencer Dampier
Eardley-Wilmot, Anthony Neville, where he was mentioned in despatches
Eardley-Wilmot, Anthony Revell
    Eardley-Wilmot, John Assheton, 5th Bt.
Eardley-Wilmot, John Vere
    Eardley-Wilmot, Paul Revell
    Eardley-Wilmot, Philip
    Eardley-Wilmot, Robert Lloyd
    Eardley-Wilmot, Stephen
    Eardley-Wilmot, Stuart Jeffery
    Earle, Cecil Diccon
    Earle, David Eric Martin ( 1945 ), in Burma
    Earle, Eric Greville
    Earle, Guy Fife, in the Royal Air Force
    Earle, Hardman Alexander Mort, 5th Bt., where he was wounded
    Earle, John Arthur, where he was wounded
    Earle, Nigel Lawrence ( 1944-1945 ), in the Royal Armoured Corps
    Earle, Peter Desmond Noel, in the Atlantic & South-East Asia
    Earle, William Hardman ( 1945 ), in South-East Asia
    Eden, Adrian Arthur
    Eden, Geoffrey Morton, 7th Baron Auckland ( 1939-1940 )
    Eden, George Henley
    Eden, George Wilfrid, where he was wounded
    Eden, Henry Charles Hamilton, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Eden, Ivy Maude, in the Women's Land Army
Eden, Michael Charles
    Eden, Michael Francis, 7th Baron Henley of Chardstock
    Eden, Robert Charles Frederick
    Eden, Robert John Pulleine
    Eden, Roger Quentin
Eden, Simon Gascoyn
    Eden, Terence, 8th Baron Auckland
Edgcumbe, Piers Richard
    Edmonstone, Edward St. John
    Edmund-Davies, Herbert Edmund, Baron Edmund-Davies, with the Royal Welch Fusiliers
Edmunds, Richard Arthur
    Edward, Albert Duncan, with the 1st Australian Water TPT Group
    Edwards, Edgar Allen James
    Edwards, John Clive Leighton, 2nd Bt.
    Edwards, John Henry Priestley Churchill, 3rd Bt., with the Australian Forces
    Edwards, William Harold
    Edwards-Moss, John Herbert Theodore, 4th Bt.
    Edwards-Moss, Thomas Richard
    Egerton, David Boswell, 16th Bt.
    Egerton, Wion de Malpas
    Egerton-Warburton, Edward Howard
    Egerton-Warburton, Wilbraham
    Einhorn, Mathieu Donald, in Britain, North Afirca, Sicily, Italy, Syria and Palestine
Eisenbach, Walter
    Elcock, Frank Dudley
    Eliott, Arthur Francis Augustus Boswell, of Stobs, 11th Bt. ( 1941-1945 ), in East Africa and Burma
    Eliott, Herbert Hugh Heathfield, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Eliott, Ivor Keith Heathfield
Eliott, John Livingston Hopkins Boswell
    Elkington, Sydney Hughes, where he lost his arm
    Elliot, Alban Charles
    Elliot, Alexander Henry
    Elliot, Charles Atherton, with the Australian Imperial Forces in New Guinea
    Elliot, Dudley Charles Howard, in the Royal Australian Air Force
    Elliot, Gerald Augustus
Elliot, Gilbert George
    Elliot, William Alexander, and was mentioned in despatches
Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound, Herbert Hugh
Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound, John Martin
    Elliot-Murray-Kynynmound, John William Owen
Elphinstone, Harold George Almond
    Elphinstone, John Alexander, 17th Lord Elphinstone, where he became a POW
    Elphinstone, Kenneth John Tristram ( 1939-1942 ), when he became a POW
    Elphinstone, Maurice Douglas Warburton, 5th Bt.
    Elphinstone, Rowland Henry
    Elphinstone, William Graham, in Military Intelligence in the Middle East
    Elphinstone-Dalrymple, Francis Napier, 7th Bt.
Elwes, John Hargreaves
Elwes, John Henry
    Elwes, Robert Philip Henry
Emerson, Roderick Stanley
    Emslie, George Carlyle, Baron Emslie, in North Africa, Italy, Greece and Austria, and was mentioned in despatches
Erbach-Fürstenau, Adolf
Erbach-Fürstenau, Hermann-Albrecht
Erbach-Fürstenau, Kraft
Erskine, Alistair Robert Hervy
    Erskine, Augustus Evelyn, with the Australian Imperial Forces, where he became a POW
    Erskine, David Alexander John
    Erskine, David Hervey, in Italy
    Erskine, Donald Cardross Flower, 16th Earl of Buchan
    Erskine, Donald Seymour ( 1943-1945 )
    Erskine, Francis Walter
    Erskine, George Watkin Eben James, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Erskine, Gratney Pierrepont, with the Australian Imperial Forces
    Erskine, Ian David, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Erskine, James Monteith, with the Grenadier Guards
    Erskine, John Francis Hervey, 13th Earl of Mar, and was mentioned in despatches
    Erskine, Malcolm David, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Erskine, Robert Fallowfield, with Royal Australian Air Force
    Erskine, Thomas David, of Cambo, 5th Bt.
    Erskine-Hill, John Colville, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Erskine-Hill, Robert, of Quothquhan, 2nd Bt. ( 1939-1942 )
    Erskine-Murray, James Alastair Frederick Campbell, 13th Lord Elibank
Esmonde, Eugene, V.C.
    Esmonde, John Witham
    Esmonde, Patrick
Estoile, Charles
    Eustace, Charles Frere
    Eustace, Gerard Henry
    Eustace, John Patrick Leonard
    Eustace, Rowland
    Eustace, Thomas Robert Hales, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Evans, David Lloyd
    Evans, Robert Rufus
    Evans, Trevor George Corry
    Evans-Freke, Peter Ralfe Harrington, 11th Baron Carbery, in India and Burma
    Evans-Freke, Ralfe
    Eveleigh-de Moleyns, Arthur Frederick Daubeney Olav, 7th Baron Ventry
    Eveleigh-de Moleyns, Francis Alexander Innys
    Eveleigh-de Moleyns, Frederick Arthur
Evelyn, Peter George, where he was wounded and became a POW
    Everard, Nugent Henry, 3rd Bt.
    Every, John Simon, 12th Bt.
    Every-Clayton, John Oswald
    Ewart, William Ivan Cecil, 6th Bt., where he became a POW
    Ewing, John Eric Hugh
    Exshaw, Selwyn John Harold
    Exshaw, Yorick Henry Raoul, with French Artillery
    Eyre, Cyril James, with Natal Mounted Rifles (2nd Echelon and Reserve Group HQ)
    Eyre, Dean Jack
    Eyre, John Stewart
    Eyre, Richard John
Eyston, Thomas More
    Ezra, Derek, Baron Ezra, in the Army
    Fagan, Arthur William
    Fagan, Christopher George
    Fagan, Christopher Hugh, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Fagan, Desmond, in South African Tank Corps
    Fagan, Frederick Charles Feltrim
    Fagan, George Dallas Dixon
    Fagan, Hugh Mercer, with the U.S. Navy
Fagan, James Feltrim
    Fagan, Louis Estell, Jr.
    Fagan, Richard William Feltrim
    Fairbairn, Alan Bernard Murray, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Fairbairn, Patrick Yelverton
    Fairbairn, William Alan Thomas, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Falaise, Henri, Marquis de la Falaise de la Coudraye
Falaise, Richard Rene Gabriel, Comte de la Falaise
    Falkiner, Gervase Leslie, where he was wounded
Falkiner, Lucien Leslie
    Falkiner, Terance Edmond Patrick, 8th Bt., where he was wounded
Fane, Charles Nevile
    Fane, Charles William
    Fane, David Anthony Thomas, 15th Earl of Westmorland ( 1944 ), where he was wounded
    Fane, Henry John
    Fane, Henry William Newman
    Fane, John Henry Mark, where he became a POW and then escaped
    Fane, Nigel Loftus Henry
    Fane, Peter Francis George, where he became a POW
    Fane, Robert William Augustus
    Farquhar, Adrian Capell ( 1943-1946 )
    Farquhar, Arthur Ronald
    Farquhar, Charles Richard
    Farquhar, Ian Rupert
    Farquharson, Alwyne Arthur Compton, 16th of Invercauld and Omnalprie, where he was wounded
    Farrell, William John de Courcy, he was wounded and invalided from service 1944
    Farrer, Oliver Thomas, 4th Baron Farrer ( 1939-1945 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Farrington, Henry Francis Colden, 7th Bt.
Faulkner, Walter Douglas
    Fayrer, Joseph Herbert Spens, 3rd Bt.
    Feilden, Henry Wemyss, 6th Bt., with the Royal Engineers
    Feilding, Basil Egerton, where he was wounded
    Feilding, David Charles ( 1939-1940 ), and became a POW
    Feilding, Henry Anthony
    Feilding, Hugh Richard, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Feilding, William Rudolph Stephen, 10th Earl of Denbigh
    Fellowes, Ailwyn Edward, 3rd Baron de Ramsey of Ramsey Abbey, where he became a POW
    Fellowes, John David Coulson, where he was mentioned in despatches, wounded and became a POW
    Fellows, Francis Gerald, encountering U-672
    Fenwick, Montagu John
    Ferguson Davie, Henry Herrick, III
    Ferguson, Bryan Gratney, with the Black Watch
Ferguson, George
    Ferguson, George Hamilton
Ferguson, Kenneth Francis
    Ferguson, Roland Edward Stuart, in the Royal Army Service Corps, and was invalided
    Fergusson, Bernard Edward, Baron Ballantrae, in Burma
    Fergusson, Simon Charles David
    Festing, Francis Wogan, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Fetherston-Dilke, Charles Beaumont ( 1939-1945 )
    Fetherston-Dilke, John Timothy ( 1939-1945 )
    Fetherston-Godley, Francis William Crewe, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Fetherstonhaugh, Alfred Hardinge, where he became a POW (1942-45)
    Fetherstonhaugh, Theobald Henry Robert, in the Indian Army
    Fetherstonhaugh, Timothy Fell Kilwarden, with the Royal Navy
    Fickling, Hugh Condra
    Field, Marshall, IV
    Fielden, David Edward, with the East African Forces
    Fielden, John Anthony
    Fielden, Philip Brand
    Fielding, Allen Henry ( 1939-1946 )
    Fielding, George Rudolf Hanbury, where he was wounded
    Fielding, John Henry ( 1939-1946 )
Finch, Edward Henry
Finch, Heneage Michael Charles, 9th Earl of Aylesford
    Finch-Knightley, Anthony Heneage, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Finch-Knightley, Charles Ian, 11th Earl of Aylesford, where he was wounded
    Findlater, Herbert Maxwell, with Royal Berkshire Regiment
    Findlater, John Godfrey, with the Royal Canadian Air Force
    Finlay, Graeme Bell, 1st Bt. ( 1942-1945 )
    Finlay, John Euston Bell, with 38 Division, Western Command and Special Airborne Force in New Guinea, Moluccas, Phillippines and Borneo
    Finlay, Robert James Bell
    Fisher, Henry Arthur Pears ( 1940-1946 ), and was mentioned in despatches
    Fisher, John Vavasseur, 3rd Baron Fisher
Fisher, unknown
Fiske, William M. L., III
    Fison, John Michael, where he was wounded
    Fison, Richard Guy, 4th Bt.
    FitzGeorge-Balfour, Robert George Victor, serving in North Africa, Sicily and North West Europe
FitzGerald, Adrian John
    FitzGerald, Arthur Henry Brinsley, 4th Bt.
    FitzGerald, Denis Henry, in Norway and North-West Europe
    FitzGerald, Dudley Francis North, on Naval War Staff (NID)
    FitzGerald, Edward, 7th Duke of Leinster ( 1939-1942 )
    FitzGerald, George Peter Maurice, 5th Bt.
    FitzGerald, Gerald Dudley ( 1939-1945 ), in Royal Navy
    FitzGerald, Gerald, 8th Duke of Leinster, where he was wounded and invalided
FitzGerald, John Brinsley
    FitzGerald, John Sidney North
    FitzGerald, Michael Francis
    FitzGerald, Peter Charles, with the Australian Military Forces
    FitzGerald, Peter Desmond
    FitzGerald, Peter John
    FitzGibbon, Robert Louis Constantine Dillon
    FitzHerbert, Arthur William ( 1942-1945 )
    FitzHerbert, David Henry
FitzHerbert, Henry Charles Hugh
    FitzHerbert, John Richard Frederick, 8th Bt., where he became a POW
    FitzHerbert, Thomas Arnold Vesey, with Royal Ulster Rifles (wounded)
    FitzHerbert, William Michael ( 1941-1945 ), with 2 NZEF
FitzMaurice, Douglas Hubert Hamilton
    FitzRoy Newdegate, Francis Humphrey Maurice, 3rd Viscount Daventry, where he was wounded
    FitzRoy Newdegate, John Maurice
FitzRoy, Charles Oliver Edward
    Fitzalan-Howard, Martin
    Fitzgerald, Brian Arthur Esmond
Fitzgerald, Charles Kirwan
Fitzgerald, Desmond de Bartrand
    Fitzgerald, Noel Desmond
    Fitzgerald, Rupert Terence, with Royal Engineers
    Fitzherbert, Arthur de Winton
    Fitzherbert, Beresford Ivo
Fitzherbert, Charles Trevor Vesey
    Fitzherbert, Eden Sydney, with Derbyshire Yeomanry
    Fitzherbert, Michael Cecil, and became a POW in Java
    Fitzherbert, Yvo Laurence Michael, where he was wounded
    Fitzmaurice, Henry Godfrey
Fitzmaurice, James Gerald
    Fitzmaurice, Wilfred Haughton, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Fitzmaurice, Wilfred Vere, where he was invalided
    Fitzroy, Robert Oliver, 2nd Viscount Daventry, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Fitzwilliams, Robert Campbell Lloyd, in Norway, North Africa, Palestine and Germany, and was mentioned in despatches (1942)
    Fleetwood-Hesketh, Francis Cuthbert Bold
Fleming, Michael Valentine Paul
    Fletcher, Reginald Thomas Herbert, 1st and last Baron Winster
    Fletcher-Vane, William Morgan, 1st Baron Inglewood, and was mentioned in despatches
    Flint, Eric Charles Montagu ( 1940-1942 ), in the Pioneer Corps
    Flint, John Montagu, in Italy and the Middle East, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Flower, Desmond Llowarch Edward, 10th Viscount Ashbrook
    Flower, Peter Hugh, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Floyd, Arthur Bowen, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Floyd, Charles Murray, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Floyd, Henry Robert Kincaid, 5th Bt.
    Floyd, John Duckett, 6th Bt.
    Floyd, Sandford
    Floyer-Acland, Arthur Nugent
    Fock, John Henry Edward, 6th Baron de Robeck
    Foley, Guy Francis, where he was mentioned in despatches
Foley, John Frederick, Baron de Rutzen
    Foley, Paul Robert
Foley, Thomas John, Jr.
    Foljambe, Bertram Marmaduke Osbert Savile ( 1939-1942 )
Foljambe, Peter George William Savile
    Foot, Christopher Isaac
    Foot, John Mackintosh, Baron Foot, with the Royal Army Service Corps, and was mentioned in despatches
    Forbes Adam, Ronald, 2nd Bt. ( 1931-1941 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Forbes Irvine, Alexander Forbes, 23rd of Drum
    Forbes Irvine, Henry Quentin, 24th of Drum
    Forbes, Andrew Gordon Duff ( 1943-1945 ), with the Royal New Zealand Air Force
    Forbes, Arthur Michael Gerald Sutherland
    Forbes, Arthur Patrick Hastings, 9th Earl of Granard, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Forbes, Bertie St. John Ochoncar
    Forbes, Bertram Aloysius ( 1941-1942 )
Forbes, David Walter Arthur William
    Forbes, Hamish Stewart, of Newe, 7th Bt., was captured at Dunkirk and became a POW
    Forbes, Ian Dudley Stewart ( 1939-1942 ), where he became a POW
    Forbes, James Alexander
    Forbes, John Stewart, of Newe, 6th Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Forbes, Nigel Ivan, 22nd Lord Forbes, where he was wounded
    Forbes-Dalrymple, Arthur Ewan, of Greenknowe
    Forbes-Leith, Robert Ian Algernon, of Fyvie, 2nd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Forbes-Sempill, Margaret, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Ford, Harold Frank, where he became a POW
    Ford, Henry Russell, 2nd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Ford, Henry, II ( 1941-1943 ), with the U.S. Navy
    Ford, William Clay, with the U.S. Navy Air Corps
    Forde, Desmond Charles
    Forde, Thomas William
    Forester, Henry William
    Forestier-Walker, Alan Ivor, where he became a POW
    Forestier-Walker, Edmond Annesley, in North Africa and Italy with 12th HAC Regiment Royal Horse Artillery
    Forestier-Walker, Robert Jestyn Gwent, Where he was mentioned in despatches
    Forestier-Walker, Urbain Evelyn, in Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
    Forrester, Franz, in North Africa with the 8th Army
    Fortescue, Arthur Henry Grenville, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Fortescue, Denzil George, 6th Earl Fortescue
    Fortescue, John Desmond Grenville
    Forwood, Peter Noel, 4th Bt. ( 1945 ), with the Welsh Guards
    Foster, John Gregory, 3rd Bt. ( 1944-1946 ), with South African Artillery
    Foster, Lewis Marshall Gregory
    Foster, Thomas Saxby Gregory, 2nd Bt.
    Foster-Vesey-Fitzgerald, Leslie Desmond Edward, with Federated Malay States Volunteers
Foulis, Michael Venour Primrose
    Fowke, Frederick Woollaston Rawdon, 4th Bt. ( 1939-1943 ), where he was wounded
    Fowke, Gerrard George, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Fowke, Michael Gustavus, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Fowler, Bryan John
    Fowler, Frank
    Fowler, George Charles Willoughby, where he was wounded
    Fox-Strangways, John Denzil, where he was wounded and became a POW
    Fox-Strangways, Raymond George, 10th Earl of Ilchester, with the Royal Air Force
    Fox-Strangways, Vivian
    Fox-Strangways, Walter Angelo, 8th Earl of Ilchester, with the Queen's Royal Regiment
Frampton, Allan Stanley
    Frampton, Frederick Phillip
    Frampton, Trevor Thornton
Franckenstein, Ludwig
Frank, Howard Frederick, 2nd Bt.
    Frank, Robert John, 3rd Bt.
    Frankcomb, John
    Frankland, Thomas William Assheton, 11th Bt.
    Frankland-Payne-Gallwey, John, 4th Bt.
Franks, Alexander Lumsden
    Franks, Brian Morton Forster
    Franks, Gerald Murray Kendal
    Franks, Henry Cecil
    Franks, Henry Guy Stanley
    Franks, Hugh Philip Kendal
    Franks, Ivan Bromhead
    Franks, John Gerald
    Franks, Robert Lumsden, as a photographer with Royal Air Force
    Franks, Thomas William, with Royal Canadian Navy
    Franks, lan Fergusson Kendal, where he was mentioned in despatches
Fraser, Alexander Simon, Master of Saltoun
    Fraser, Blair Alexander
    Fraser, Norman Cochrane
    Frederick, Charles Boscawen, 10th Bt.
Frederick, John Christopher
    Frederick, John Cromwell
    Frederick, Roger, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Freeman, John Keith Noel, 2nd Bt.
Freeman-Mitford, Thomas David
    Fremantle, David Robert
    Fremantle, Francis David Eardley
    Fremantle, John Walgrave Halford, 4th Baron Cottesloe ( 1939-1945 )
Fremantle, Paris Oscar René Francesco
    French, Francis John Poyntz, with Royal Canadian Naval Volunteer Reserve
    French, George Arthur
    French, Humphrey
    French, John Fenwick
French, Maurice
    French, Terence D'Arcy
    French, William Joseph ( 1940-1942 )
    Freud, Clement Raphael
    Freyberg, Bernard Cyril, 1st Baron Freyberg, V.C.
    Freyberg, Paul Richard, 2nd Baron Freyberg, in Greece, Egypt, Tunisia and Italy
    Fuller, Christopher Herbert Fleetwood
    Fuller, John Gerard Henry Fleetwood, 2nd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Fuller-Acland-Hood, Arthur John Palmer ( 1939-1945 )
    Fullerton-Carnegie, George Travers
Furlong, Frank
    Furnell, Michael John Gerald
    Furnell, Patrick Cecil Michael
    Furness, Christopher, 2nd Bt.
Fyffe, David Oliphant
    Gabbett, Robert Edward
    Gable, William Clark
Gage, Arrol
    Gage, Edward Fitzhardinge Peyton
    Gage, Ezekiel Boyd, with Royal Artillery
    Gage, Francis Boyd, with Royal Air Force
    Gage, Henry Rainald, 6th Viscount Gage of Castle Island
    Gage, Quentin Henry Moreton, where he was wounded
    Gage, Richard Francis O’Donnell
    Gage, Richard Stewart-Moore
Galen, Clemens-August
Galen, Matthias Bernhard
Galitzine, Dimitri, Prince Galitzine
    Galloway, Wray Bury, with Royal Air Force
    Gallwey, Gerald Patrick
    Gallwey, Hubert Dayrell, where he was wounded in Crete, and became a POW
    Galwey, Geoffrey ( 1940 )
    Galwey, John Rickards, in the King's African Rifles
    Galwey, William Charles Vernon
    Gambier, Robin Gore
    Gamble, Robin Arthur Norman
    Gardner, Patrick Michael
    Gardner, Robert Oswald Guy
    Garside, Boris Raymond Dyson
    Garthwaite, Anthony William ( 1939-1942 ), when he was invalided
    Garthwaite, William Francis Cuthbert, 2nd Bt. ( 1942 ), where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Gascoyne-Cecil, James Charles
    Gascoyne-Cecil, Richard Hugh Vere
    Gascoyne-Cecil, Robert Arthur
    Gascoyne-Cecil, Robert Edward Peter, 6th Marquess of Salisbury
    Gascoyne-Cecil, Victor Alexander
Gaskell, Peter Hunter
    Gason, Anthony Wyndham, where he was wounded twice
    Gathorne-Hardy, Patrick Guy
    Gavan Duffy, Charles Allan
    Geddes, Alexander Campbell
    Geddes, Anthony Reay Mackay
    Geddes, David Campbell
    Geddes, Ford Irvine
    Geddes, Ian Irvine
    Geddes, John Reay Campbell, where he was wounded
    Geddes, Keith Irvine
    Gerard, Robert William Frederick Alwyn, 4th Baron Gerard of Bryn
    Gerard, Rupert Charles Frederick
German, Raymond Johnson
    Gerrish, John Edward, on the North-West Frontier
    Gethin, Desmond Richard le Poer, where he was wounded
Gethin, Geoffrey Forrest
Gethin, John Percy Devayne
    Gethin, Patrick St. Lawrence Cleverly, where he was wounded
    Gethin, Percy Amorey Beaufort ( 1943-1944 )
    Gethin, Percy Edward Lovell, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Gethin, Percy St. Lawrence, in the Middle East
    Gethin, Richard
    Gethin, Richard Patrick St. Lawrence, 9th Bt.
    Gethin, Robert Hugh, with the Intelligence Corps and 1st Airborne Division
    Gethin, William Allan Tristram, in Mauritius, France and Germany, and where he was mentioned in despatches
Geyr von Schweppenburg, Egon Alfred Marie Margareta Amandus Hubertus
Geyr von Schweppenburg, Karl Peter Antonius Hubertus Amandus
Gibbes, Nigel Arthur St. George
    Gibbon, Acton Henry Gordon
    Gibbon, Edward Acton
    Gibbon, Edward Acton Alcock
    Gibbon, Edward Lyster
    Gibbon, Eric Holroyd, where he became a POW in italy, and escaped in 1943
    Gibbon, Thomas Holroyd, where he was mentioned in despatches at Dunkirk and was wounded at El Alamein
    Gibbons, Colin Kenrick
    Gibbons, Henry, in Nigeria and India
    Gibbons, John Edward, 8th Bt., in Iran and Syria
    Gibbs, Andrew Antony, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Gibbs, Anthony Durant, 5th Baron Aldenham
    Gibbs, Antony
    Gibbs, Beresford Norman
Gibbs, Evan Llewellyn
    Gibbs, Joseph Francis Vaughan ( 1943-1945 )
    Gibbs, Lancelot Merivale
    Gibbs, Martin Antony
    Gibbs, Martin St. John Valentine, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Gibbs, Mildred Dorothea, in the Civil Defence
    Gibbs, Peter Houldsworth
    Gibbs, Peter Joseph ( 1940-1941 ), when he was invalided
    Gibbs, Ralph Crawley-Boevey
    Gibbs, Roland Christopher, where he served in North Africa, Italy and Europe
Gibbs, Ronald Gordon Vicary
Gibbs, Vicary Paul
    Gibson, Christopher Herbert, 3rd Bt.
    Gibson, Edward Russell, 3rd Baron Ashbourne, taking part in the assault on Sicily
    Gibson, John Frederic, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Gibson, Richard Patrick Tallentyre, Baron Gibson ( 1940-1941 ), in North Africa, when he became a POW for 1941-43
    Gibson, William David, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Gibson-Craig-Carmichael, Archibald Henry William, of Riccarton, 7th/14th Bt.
    Gibson-Watt, Andrew James, with the Welsh Guards
    Gibson-Watt, James David, Baron Gibson-Watt, in North Africa and Italy
    Gilbey, Arthur Sebastian, where he became a POW
    Gilbey, Giles Milner
    Gilbey, Mark Newman ( 1943-1945 ), in Italy
    Gilbey, Walter Derek, 3rd Bt., where he became a POW
Gillett, Guy Richard Tufnell
    Gilliat, Martin ( 1939-1940 ), and was a POW (1940-45)
    Gillman, Herbert Charles Rube, and was mentioned in despatches
    Gilmour, John Edward, of Lundin and Montrave, 3rd Bt., in North-West Europe, and was wounded
Gimson, Antony Josiah Boek
Giraldes y de la Helguera, Enrique
Gise, Rudiger
    Gladstone, John, of Capenoch
    Glanville-Brown, William ( Aug 1939 ), in an anti-aircraft regiment
    Glyn, Anthony Geoffrey Leo Simon, 2nd Bt.
    Glyn, Gerald Hugh
Glyn, Peter John
    Glyn, Richard Hamilton, 5th/9th Bt.
    Glyn, Ronald St. George
Godfrey, Arthur Harry Langham
    Godley, Alexander Shepstone, in Singapore, Ceylon, Burma and India
    Godley, Brian Richard, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Godley, John Raymond, 3rd Baron Kilbracken ( 1940-1946 ), as a naval pilot
Godson, Michael Stapylton, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Goff, Hugh Stuart Trevor
Goff, Ion Malise, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Goff, Reginald Stannus
    Goff, Robert Ewen Cameron, in France, Belgium and Palestine
Going, R. Wyndham-Quin
Gompertz, Philip Arthur Leo
    Gooch, Brian Sherlock, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Gooch, George Ernest, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Gooch, Kenneth Thackeray, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Gooch, Richard Frank Sherlock
    Gooch, Robert Eric Sherlock, 11th Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Gooch, Trevor Peter Sherlock, 5th Bt.
    Goodall, Anthony Charles, where he became a POW twice
    Goodbody, Douglas Fergus
    Goodbody, Douglas Maurice
    Goodbody, Godfrey Marcus
    Goodbody, Guy Urwick
    Goodbody, Hugh Nicholson
    Goodbody, Kenneth Manliffe
    Goodbody, Philip Perry
    Goodbody, Richard Wakefield
    Goodbody, Roger Relton
    Goodbody, Thomas Richard
Goodbody, William James Perry
    Goodenough, Frederick Cockerell, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Goodenough, Michael Grant
    Goodenough, Richard Edmund, 2nd Bt., where he was invalided
    Goodhart, John Gordon, 3rd Bt. ( 1942-1946 )
    Gordon, Adam Granville, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Gordon, Alastair Ninian John, 6th Marquess of Aberdeen and Temair
    Gordon, Alexander Robert Gisborne
    Gordon, Alexander William Kenmure
    Gordon, David George Ian Alexander, 4th Marquess of Aberdeen and Temair, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Gordon, Douglas Charles Lindsey, 12th Marquess of Huntly
    Gordon, Douglas Claude Alexander, in Italy
    Gordon, Edward Ormond
    Gordon, John Edmund
Gordon, John Eyre Gisborne
    Gordon, John de la Hay
Gordon, Michael James Andrew
    Gordon, Roderic Armyne
    Gordon-Cranstoun, Alastair Joseph Edgar, of that Ilk, in France and the Middle East
    Gordon-Lennox, Alexander Henry Charles, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Gordon-Lennox, Frederick Charles, 9th Duke of Richmond
    Gordon-Lennox, George Charles, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Gordon-Lennox, Reginald Arthur Charles
    Gore, Adrian Clements
    Gore, Dundas Corbet
    Gore, Francis St. John Corbet
    Gore, Frederick Dundas Corbet, with the Australian Army
    Gore, Frederick John Pym
    Gore, Humphry Gerard Napier
    Gore, Nigel Hugh St. George, 14th Bt., with the Australian Imperial Forces
    Gore, Paul Annesley
    Gore, Ralph St. George Brian, 11th Bt.
    Gore, Richard Ralph St. George
    Gore, Rosemary Ella Corbet, with the Australian Imperial Force
    Gore, Thomas Gerard
    Gore-Booth, Angus Josslyn, 8th Bt.
Gore-Booth, Brian
    Goring, Arthur, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Goring, John, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Goschen, Alexander Gerard Lee
    Goschen, Donald Charles, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Goschen, Edward Christian, 3rd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Goschen, Geoffrey William
    Goschen, John Alexander, 3rd Viscount Goschen
Goschen, John Arthur
Goschen, William Henry
Gossage, Peter Leslie
Gott, William Henry Ewart, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Gough-Calthorpe, Ronald Arthur Somerset, 9th Baron Calthorpe
    Gould, Jay, III
    Goulding, William Basil, 3rd Bt.
    Graaff, De Villiers, 2nd Bt., and became a POW
    Grade, Lew, Baron Grade, in the Royal Artillery
    Graham, Alastair
    Graham, Brian
    Graham, Charles Spencer Richard, 6th Bt.
Graham, Clyde Euan Miles
    Graham, Douglas Leslie
    Graham, Fergus Reginald Winsford
    Graham, Frederick Clarence Campbell, where he was mentioned in despatches three tmes
    Graham, John Reginald Noble, 3rd Bt., V.C.
Graham, Nigel
Graham, Patrick
    Graham, Philip Skelton
Graham, Philip William Collis
    Graham, Richard Bellingham, 10th Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Graham, Roderic Arthur
    Graham, Roland Harris
    Graham, Stuart Douglas, where he was wounded
    Graham-Vivian, Henry Richard, where he was severely wounded
Grant, Arthur Lindsay, of Monymush and Cullen, 11th Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches posthumously (1945)
    Grant, Francis Cullen, of Monymusk, 12th Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Grant, Patrick
Grant, Raoul Charles
    Grant, Ronald Charles, 10th Baron de Longueuil
    Grant-Dalton, Nathaniel Duncan Spry, in the Western Desert and Italy
    Grant-Suttie, Hubert Francis
    Grattan, Henry
    Grattan, Henry, and was mentioned in despatches
    Grattan-Bellew, Arthur John, where he became a POW 1942-45
Graves, Adrian
    Graves, Vernon North
    Gray, Arthur Bernard St. George, with Royal Air Force
    Gray, Harold Reginald St. George, with the Royal Marines Commandos
    Gray, Wynne Walton St. George
    Grayson, Brian Harrington
    Grayson, Ronald Henry Rudyard, 3rd Bt., with the Royal Air Force
    Grayson, Tristram Hugh Harrington
    Green, Edward Stephen Lycett, 4th Bt.
    Green, Simon Lycett, 5th Bt.
    Green-Price, Francis Chase
    Green-Price, John, 4th Bt.
    Greenaway, Derek Burdick, 2nd Bt.
    Greene, Charles Westland, and was mentioned in despatches three times
    Greene, Geoffrey Plunket Conyngham
    Greene, Juan Nassau, with Royal Air Force
    Greenhill, Denis Arthur, Baron Greenhill of Harrow, in North Africa, Italy, India and South-East Asia, and was mentioned in despatches twice
    Greenhill, Stanley, 2nd Baron Greenhill, in the Royal Air Force
Greenshields, Royston Maurice
    Greenway, Atheling Kelvynge Brooking
    Greenway, Charles Paul, 3rd Baron Greenway, where he was wounded
    Greenwell, John Evelyn
    Greenwell, Peter McClintock, 3rd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches and became a POW
    Greenwell, Whitfield Ava Aynsley
    Greenwood, Michael Henry Hamar, 3rd Viscount Greenwood, with the RCS
    Greer, Alexander Hugh Courtney, with Royal Armoured Corps
    Greer, Derek Richard Roderick, with Royal Ulster Rifles
    Greer, Eric Roberts
    Greer, Roderick Denis, on General Staff War Office
    Greeves, Frederick Douglas
Greeves, Hubert Gough
    Greeves, John Ronald Howard
    Greeves, Patrick Reginald
    Gregory, Richard Graham
    Gregory-Hood, Alexander Marshall Horace, and was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
Grenfell, Arthur Bernard John
    Grenfell, Cecil John
Grenfell, Geoffrey Seymour
    Grenfell, Harold Francis Pascoe
    Grenfell, Pascoe Christian Victor Francis, 2nd Baron Grenfell, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Grenfell, Victor Cyril, where he was mentioned in despatches
Greville, John Ambrose Henry
    Grey Egerton, Philip John Caledon, 15th Bt., in North Africa and Italy
    Grey, Albert Harry George Campbell
    Grey, Arthur Christopher
    Grey, Martin, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Grierson, Michael John Bewes, of Lag, 12th Bt. ( 1940-1946 ), with the Royal Air Force
    Grigg, John Edward Poynder, 2nd Baron Altrincham
    Grigson, Aubrey Herbert
Grimshaw, Desmond Kenneth Bromhead
    Grimston, Robert Walter Sigismund, 2nd Baron Grimston of Westbury
    Grosvenor, Robert Arthur ( 1939-1940 ), when he was invalided
    Grosvenor, Robert George, 5th Duke of Westminster, where he was wounded
Grotrian, Charles Herbert Brent
    Grotrian, John Appelbe Brent, 2nd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Grotrian, Robert Philip Brent
    Grubb, Alexander James Watkins
    Grubb, Arnold Page
    Grubb, Arthur Harold
    Grubb, Cedric Alexander
    Grubb, Edward Thomas
    Grubb, Michael Watkins
    Grubb, Patrick de Cruce, he was severely wounded and so invalided out
    Grubb, Ralph Ernest Watkins
    Grubb, Richard Henry Alexander, with the Singapore Volunteer Corps and Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders
    Grubb, Robert Going McClintock
    Grylls, William Edward Harvey
    Guinness, Algernon Arthur St. Lawrence Lee, 3rd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Guinness, Anthony Peter Boothby
Guinness, Arthur Onslow Edward, Viscount Elveden
    Guinness, Edward Douglas
    Guinness, Humphrey Patrick
    Guinness, James Edward Alexander Rundell
    Guinness, Thomas Loel Evelyn Bulkeley, where he was mentioned in despatches five times
    Guinness, Victor Edward Gwynne
    Gull, John Evelyn, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Gun Cuninghame, Henry Maurice Benedict, where he was at Dunkirk, and was mentioned in despatches
    Gunning, Orlando Peter
    Gunning, Robert Charles, 8th Bt.
Gunston, John St. George
    Gunston, Richard Wellesley, 2nd Bt.
Gurdon, Robert Brampton
    Gurney, Oliver Robert, with the Royal Artillery
Guthrie, Alan
    Guthrie, Connop Thirwall Robert, 1st Bt. ( 1941-1945 ), in the Security Division
    Guthrie, Giles Connop McEacharn, 2nd Bt.
    Guttenberg, Karl Theodor, and became a POW of the British
Guttenberg, Philipp Franz
    Gwynn, Arthur Montagu, he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Gwynne-Evans, Ian William, 3rd Bt.
Hacket-Pain, Thomas Archibald
    Hacking, Douglas Eric, 2nd Baron Hacking
    Hacking, Edgar Bolton
    Haden-Guest, Leslie, 1st Baron Haden-Guest
    Haden-Guest, Peter, 4th Baron Haden-Guest
Hadow, John Maude
Hagenburg, Wilhelm
    Haig, George Alexander Eugene Douglas, 2nd Earl Haig ( 1939-1942 ), where he became a POW
    Haire, John Edwin, Baron Haire of Whiteabbey
    Haldane, Herbert John
    Haldane, James ( 1940-1945 )
    Hales Pakenham Mahon, Nicholas
    Hales Pakenham Mahon, Wilfrid Stuart Atherstone ( 1939-1946 ), on General Staff
    Hall, Frederick Henry, 2nd Bt.
Hall, John Wellington
    Hall, Julian Henry, of Dunglass, 11th Bt., with Intelligence Corps and Special Forces
    Hall, Lionel Reid, of Dunglass, 12th Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Hall-Dare, Derrick Arthur
    Halsey, Guy Marsden, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Halsey, Thomas Edgar, 3rd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Hambling, Herbert Hugh, 3rd Bt.
    Hambro, Charles Jocelyn
    Hambro, Everard Bingham, and was mentioned in despatches
    Hambro, Jocelyn Olaf
    Hambro, Nigel Harold
Hambro, Robert Alexander
    Hamburger, Michael Peter Leopold
    Hamilton, Charles Sackville
    Hamilton, Claud Nigel ( 1939-1942 )
    Hamilton, Edward William
    Hamilton, Frederick Campbell
Hamilton, Harry
    Hamilton, Henry
    Hamilton, Ian Frank Howden
    Hamilton, John d'Henin, 3rd Baron Hamilton of Dalzell, where he was wounded
    Hamilton, Louis Henry Keppel
    Hamilton-Baillie, John Robert Edward ( 1939-1940 ), where he became a POW
Hamilton-Russell, Arthur Gustavus Lindsay ( 1939-1940 )
Hamilton-Russell, Desmond Claud
Hamilton-Russell, Gustavus Lascelles
    Hamilton-Russell, John
    Hamilton-Russell, Richard Gustavus, where he was mentioned in despatches
Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood, Basil Sheridan, 4th Marquess of Dufferin and Ava
    Hamilton-Temple-Blackwood, Basil Sheridan, 4th Marquess of Dufferin and Ava
    Hammick, Henry Edgar Murray
    Hammick, Roger Alexander
    Hammick, Stephen Aubone
    Hanbury, Osgood Philip Villiers
    Handcock, Clifford Marcel, with the 1st Airborne Division
    Handcock, Terrance Robin ( 1940-1944 ), with the Metropolitan Police Reserve
    Handcock, William Stanley
Handford, Anthony Charles Theodore
    Hanham, Henry Phelips, 11th Bt.
    Hanham, John Ludlow, 10th Bt.
    Hanham, Michael William, 12th Bt.
    Hankey, Christopher Alers
    Hankey, Oliver Clement Alers
    Hanmer, Arthur Richard
    Hanmer, Charles Gordon ( 1940-1943 )
    Hanmer, Guy Thomas, where he became a POW
    Hanmer, Henry Ivan
    Hanmer, John Michael, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Hanmer, John Walden, with the Australian Imperial Forces
    Hanmer, Nicholas Brian
    Hanmer, Patrick William Talgai
    Hanmer, Robert Hugh
    Hanmer, Stephen Henry, where he was wounded
Hannay, Patrick Claude
    Hannay, Ramsay William Rainsford, 15th of Kirkdale and of that Ilk
Hansen, Hellmut
    Hanson, Charles John, 3rd Bt.
    Hanson, James Edward, Baron Hanson
    Harding, Allan Francis John, 1st Baron Harding of Petherton, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Harding, Valentine
    Hardy, Maurice John
    Hardy, Rupert John, 4th Bt.
    Hare, Alan Victor
    Hare, Francis Theodore
    Hare, Hugh Percy
Hare, James Hugh
    Hare, John Hugh, 1st Viscount Blakenham, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Hare, Robert Gerald Dillon
    Hare, William Francis, 5th Earl of Listowel
    Harington, Charles Henry Pepys, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Harington, Edward Henry Vernon
    Harington, Hugh
    Harington, John Charles Dundas
    Harington, John Temple
    Harington, Kenneth Douglas Evelyn Herbert ( 1939 )
    Harmar-Nicholls, Harmar, Baron Harmar-Nicholls, in India and Burma
    Harmsworth, Arthur Geoffrey Annesley, 3rd Bt.
Harmsworth, Charles Alfred St. John Peter
    Harmsworth, St. John Bernard Vyvyan
    Harper, Ian Macdonald ( 1939-1945 ), with the Royal Army Service Corps in North Africa, Sicily, Italy and North-West Europe
    Harris, Christopher Money, with the Reserve of Air Force Officers
    Harris, Edward Hermann, with the Royal Canadian Air Force
    Harris, Jack Wolfred Ashford, 2nd Bt., with the New Zealand Forces
    Harris, Lawrence Anstie
    Harris, Thomas Nicholas Robinson
    Harris-Temple, Arthur Temple
Harrison, Ernest William
    Harrison, James Harwood, 1st Bt.
    Hart Dyke, Eric, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Hart Dyke, Michael Percyvall ( 1940-1945 ), in the Middle East
    Hart Dyke, Trevor, in France and Burma
Hartig, Karl Friedrich
    Hartwell, Brodrick William Charles Elwin, 5th Bt.
    Hartwell, John Redmond
    Harvey, Herbert, in Sicily and Italy
    Harvey, John Wynn ( 1942-1946 ), with King's Royal Rifle Corps and Essex Regiment
    Harvey, Peter Charles Oliver, 2nd Baron Harvey of Tasburgh, with the Royal Artillery
    Haselden, John Edward, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Hastings, David Fox Godolphin
    Hastings, Robin Hood William Stewart, where he was wounded, and was mentioned in despatches twice
    Hastings, Stephen Lewis Edmonstone, in the Western Desert and Italy
    Hastings-Bass, Peter Robin Hood
Hatzfeldt, Hermann Kraft
Haviland, David Reginald Ferrers
Hawkins, Christopher Alexander Vaughan ( 1940-1942 )
Hawkins, Cæsar Charles
    Hawkins, Gerald Francis Cæsar
    Hawkins, Humphrey Villiers Cæsar, 7th Bt. ( 1942-1945 ), with 6th South African Armoured Division
    Hawkins, Victor Francis Staples
    Hawley, David Henry, 7th Bt. ( 1940-1945 ), where he became a POW
    Haworth, Christopher William
    Haworth, Frank Alexander, and was mentioned in despatches
    Haworth, Michael Goodier, and was mentioned in despatches
    Haworth, Stephen Alexander
    Haworth-Booth, Osbert Charles ( 1939-1945 ), in North Africa, Sicily, Italy, France and Germany and was mentioned in despatches
    Haworth-Booth, Robin Howard
    Hay, James Malcolm, of Seaton, where he was wounded
    Hay, James Woulfe, in the South African Medium Regiment
    Hay, Peter Brian, where he was mentioned in despatches and became a POW
    Hay, Ronald Cuthbert
    Hay-Drummond-Hay, John Waldo Edward
Hay-Drummond-Hay, Peter
Hay-Neave, Peter Arundell
    Hayter, Richard
    Hazlerigg, Arthur Greville Maynard
    Hazlerigg, Arthur Grey, 2nd Baron Hazlerigg
    Hazlerigg, Arthur William
    Hazlerigg, Thomas Heron
    Head, Antony Henry, 1st Viscount Head
    Head, Francis David Somerville, 5th Bt., where he was wounded and became a POW
    Head, John Kenelm Somerville
    Head, Robert Digby, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Healey, Denis Winston, Baron Healey, and was mentioned in despatches
    Heathcoat-Amory, Derick, 1st and last Viscount Amory
Heathcoat-Amory, Edgar Fitzgerald
Heathcoat-Amory, Patrick Gerald
    Heathcoat-Amory, Roderick
    Heathcoat-Amory, William, 5th Bt.
Heathcote, Charles
    Heathcote, Gilbert Simon, 9th Bt., in the Royal Artillery
    Heathcote, Martin Shirley ( 1939-1940 ), where he became a POW
    Heathcote, William Jerrold ( 1942 ), and became a POW in Italy
    Heaton-Armstrong, Bertha Grace, with the Womens Auxiliary Police Corps (W.A.P.C.)
    Heaton-Armstrong, Charles George William Stacpool
    Heaton-Armstrong, John Dunamace, as a Squadron Leader with the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
    Heaton-Armstrong, Robert Carew, a Squadron Leader with the Royal Air Force
    Heaton-Armstrong, Thomas Michael Robert
    Heaton-Armstrong, William Henry Dunamace, as a Captain in the Grenadier Guards
    Heaton-Ellis, John Sydney
    Heaton-Ellis, Peter Richard, in North-West Europe
    Hely Hutchinson, David Edward
    Hely Hutchinson, Michael ( 1939-1943 ), in Malaya, where he became a POW
Hely Hutchinson, Patrick Walter Richard
    Henderson, Alistair Forsyth Campbell ( 1941-1945 ), with the Royal Australian Air Force
    Henderson, Ian Alexander
Henderson, John Alexander Arnold
    Henderson, John William Philip ( 1943-1946 )
    Henderson, Peter Gordon, Baron Henderson of Brompton ( 1942-1944 ), with the Scots Guards
Henderson, Robert Fordell
    Henderson, Roger Arnold
    Henderson-Stewart, James, 1st Bt., where he was wounded
Henley, Antony Basil, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Henley, Robert Stephen
    Henniker, Anthony Trecothic Major
    Henniker, Mark Chandos Auberon, 8th Bt., where he was wounded
    Henniker, Richard ( 1940-1945 )
    Henniker, Robert John Aldborough, 7th Bt.
    Henniker-Heaton, Arthur, and was mentioned in despatches
    Henniker-Heaton, Arthur Dermot ( 1939-1945 ), with the Durham Light Infantry
    Henniker-Heaton, Clement Algernon Charles ( 1940-1944 )
    Henniker-Heaton, John Victor Peregrine, 3rd Bt., and was mentioned in despatches
    Henniker-Heaton, Michael Hamilton
    Henniker-Heaton, Robin John, and was mentioned in despatches
    Henniker-Major, John Patrick Edward Chandos, 8th Baron Henniker of Stratford-upon-Slaney, in Western Desert and Yugoslavia (and was wounded)
    Henniker-Major, Richard Arthur Otway, and became a POW in 1942
    Henry, James Holmes, 2nd Bt., and was mentioned in despatches
    Herbert, Henry George Alfred Marius Victor Francis, 6th Earl of Carnarvon
Herbert, Mervyn Horatio Herbert, 17th Lord Darcy de Knayth
    Herbert, Oliver Hayley Dennis ( 1940-1945 )
    Herbert, Valentine Henry Okes
    Heriot-Maitland, Richard Ogilvy
Hermon-Hodge, Anthony Claude
    Hermon-Hodge, Hermon Robert Fleming, 3rd Baron Wyfold
    Hervey, Alexander George, where he became a POW
    Hervey, Eric George
    Hervey, Richard George
    Hervey, Ronald Frederick William, in the Royal Naval Reserve, Royal Artillery and Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
    Hervey-Bathurst, Benjamin Alexander Frederick
    Hervey-Bathurst, Frederick Peter Methuen, 6th Bt.
    Herwig, Robert, with the Marines
    Hesketh, Charles Peter Fleetwood
    Hesketh, Roger Fleetwood, where he was mentioned in despatches
Hessen-Philippsthal-Barchfeld, Wilhelm ( 1939-1942 )
Hewett, Basil Duff
    Hewett, Jack Patrick Majendie
    Hewett, Richard William
    Hewett, William George
    Hewitt, Joseph, 2nd Bt.
    Heygate, Edward Stephen
    Heygate, John Edward Nourse, 4th Bt.
    Heywood Jones, Benjamin
    Heywood, Basil Lemprière ( 1942-1945 ), in the Royal Air Force Regiment
    Heywood, Everard Lemprière
    Heywood, Oliver Kerr, 5th Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Hickman, Arthur
    Hickman, Denis Stewart, in Africa and Italy and became a POW
    Hickman, Geoffrey Victor
    Hickman, Hugh Geoffrey
    Hickman, Michael, where he was wounded
    Hickman, Patrick Nelson
Hickman, Thomas Alfred Kenneth
    Hill, Alaric Bryan ( 1939-1945 ), with the South African Air Force
    Hill, Brian Henry Rowland
    Hill, Clement Walter Rowland, where he was wounded three times
    Hill, Cyril John Percy, and was mentioned in despatches
    Hill, George Alfred Rowley, 9th Bt.
    Hill, George Chenevix, with the Royal Air Force
    Hill, Hubert George Morgan ( 1939 ), and was mentioned in despatches
Hill, Leonard Graham
    Hill, Richard Augustus Sandys
    Hill, Rowland Graham
Hill, Rowland Mytton
    Hill-Norton, Peter John, Baron Hill-Norton, in the Arctic and North-West Approaches
    Hill-Wood, Charles Kerrison Hill
    Hill-Wood, Dennis John Charles ( 1939-1943 ), and was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Hirst, Harold Hugh
    Hoare, Bertie Rex O'Bryen, and was mentioned in despatches three times
    Hoare, James O'Bryen
    Hoare, Robert Rawdon ( 1939-1945 ), where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Hobart, Robert Hampden, 3rd Bt.
    Hobart-Hampden, Sidney Mary Catherine Anne, where she was mentioned in despatches
    Hobart-Hampden, Vere Frederick Cecil, 9th Earl of Buckinghamshire, in the Royal Australian Air Force
    Hobhouse, Benjamin Arthur
    Hobhouse, Charles Chisholm, 6th Bt.
    Hobhouse, Hugh Cam
    Hobhouse, John Spencer
    Hodge, John Rowland, 2nd Bt.
    Hodgkinson, Robert Hugh
    Hodson, Edmond Adair, 5th Bt.
Hoensbroech, Karl
    Hogg, Arthur Ramsey, 7th Bt.
    Hogg, Esmond Popham, where he became a POW
    Hogg, John Nicholson, in Greece, Crete, North Africa and Europe
    Hogg, Michael David, 8th Bt.
    Hogg, Quintin McGarel, Baron Hailsham of St. Marylebone
Hohenau, Albrecht ( 1939-1940 )
Holcroft, John Culcheth
    Holden, John
    Holden, Paul
    Holder, John Eric Duncan, 3rd Bt.
Holder, Richard John Chavasse
    Holland, Cedric Swinton
    Holland, Douglas Orpen Huntly, in Intelligence, and was mentioned in despatches
    Holland, Jim Sothern, 2nd Bt.
    Hollins, Frederick Undecimus
    Holme, John Robert E.
Holme-Sumner, Berkeley Day
Holmes à Court, Brian
    Holmes à Court, Peter, with the Royal Australian Air Force
    Holmes à Court, Peter Worsley, in Royal Navy Reserve
    Holmes à Court, Robert Anthony Pierce, with South African Forces
Holmes à Court, Walter Alexander
    Holmes à Court, William Charles
    Holmes, Hugh Clifford ( 1942-1946 ), with the Royal Artillery
    Holt, Herbert Paton ( 1939-1940 )
Holt, Philip de Vere
    Home, David George, of Blackadder, 13th Bt.
    Honywood, William Wynne, 10th Bt.
    Hood, Harold Joseph, 2nd Bt.
    Hood, John Oscar Everard, and was mentioned in despatches
    Hood, Peter Neville
    Hood, Rowland Arthur Herbert Nelson, 3rd Viscount Bridport of Cricket St. Thomas, serving in the Atlantic, Africa and Burma
    Hood, Samuel Brian Digby, and was mentioned in despatches twice
    Hope Johnstone, Percy Wentworth, where he was captured as a Prisoner of War in the Far East
    Hope Johnstone, William August Ludwig Vernon Alexander
Hope, Adrian Alexander
    Hope, Adrian Price Webley
    Hope, Alexander Douglas Byng, where he was mentioned in despatches
Hope, Alexander Erskine
    Hope, Archibald John George, of Luffness, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Hope, Archibald Philip, of Craighall, 17th Bt., and was mentioned in despatches twice
    Hope, Arthur Clement
    Hope, Arthur Henry Cecil, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Hope, Charles Adrian
    Hope, Charles Christopher
    Hope, Charles Evelyn Graham
    Hope, Charles Melbourne
    Hope, Charles Peter
Hope, Charles Webley
    Hope, Charles William Frederick, 3rd Marquess of Linlithgow ( 1939-1940 ), where he became a POW
    Hope, Edward James
    Hope, Hugh Alexander, and was mentioned in despatches
    Hope, James
    Hope, James Louis
    Hope, James Webley ( 1945 ), in Burma
    Hope, John Adrian, 1st Baron Glendevon, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Hope, John Cecil
    Hope, John Charles David, with the Royal Air Force
    Hope, John Patrick Molesworth
    Hope, Laurence Nugent
    Hope, Maurice Webley
    Hope, Nigel
    Hope, William Adrian, with South African Artillery
    Hope-Dunbar, Basil Douglas, of St. Mary's Isle, 7th Bt.
    Hope-Morley, Gordon Hope, 3rd Baron Hollenden
    Hopkinson, Francis Archibald
    Hopkinson, John Montgomerie
    Hordern, Clifford Willoughby Peter ( 1940-1945 )
    Hordern, Marc Philip Cotton
    Hordern, Michael
    Hordern, Peter Hugh ( 1939-1945 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Hordern, Philip ( 1939-1945 )
Hore-Ruthven, Alexander Hardinge Patrick ( 1939-1942 )
Hornby, John Raymond Henry
    Horne, Antony Edgar Alan
    Horne, William Guy ( 1939-1943 ), with the Auxiliary Air Force
Hornell, Denis Arthur Hawke
    Horsbrugh-Porter, Andrew Marshall, 3rd Bt., and was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
Horsfall, Cedric Michael
    Horsfall, Donald Fawcett
    Horsfall, John Musgrave, 3rd Bt., in Burma
    Horsfall, Patrick David
    Horsfield, David Ralph
    Hoskyns, Chandos Benedict Arden
Hoskyns, Chandos Wren, 14th Bt.
    Hoskyns, John Walter
    Hoskyns-Abrahall, Andrew John Chandos, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Hoskyns-Abrahall, Robin Chandos
    Hotham, Alan Geoffrey, with the Royal Canadian Air Force
    Hotham, John Altham
    Hotham, John David
    Hotham, William Montagu
    Houldsworth, Walter William Whitmore, and was mentioned in despatches
    Houssemayne Du Boulay, Michael Hardinge ( 1940-1945 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
Houstoun-Boswall, George Cleeton
    Houstoun-Boswall, John Francis
    Houstoun-Boswall, Thomas, of Blackadder, 7th Bt.
    Houstoun-Boswall-Preston, Alistair, where he was mentioned in despatches
Howard, Alfred Ryland
    Howard, Charles James Ruthven, 12th Earl of Carlisle ( 1942-1945 ), in the Rifle Brigade, where he was severely wounded, losing a leg
    Howard, Charles Wilbraham John
Howard, Christopher John Geoffrey
    Howard, Edmund Bernard Carlo
Howard, Eric Bertram
    Howard, Francis Philip, 2nd Baron Howard of Penrith, where he became a POW
    Howard, Frederick Henry
    Howard, Geoffrey Charles
    Howard, George Anthony Geoffrey, Baron Howard of Henderskelfe, where he was wounded
    Howard, Hamilton Edward de Coucey, 2nd Bt.
    Howard, Henry Anthony Camillo, and was mentioned in despatches
Howard, Henry Gerald Percival
    Howard, John Thurstan Collins
    Howard, John William, in Abyssinia and Madagascar, and was mentioned in despatches twice
    Howard, Mark Alfred, with 2nd/7th Australian Infantry Force in North Africa and Greece
Howard, Mark Paul Geoffrey
    Howard, Michael William
    Howard, Mowbray Henry Gordon, 6th Earl of Effingham
    Howard, Richard Frederick Robert
    Howard-Johnston, Clarence Dinsmore
    Howarth, Thomas Edward Brodie ( 1944-1945 ), in North-West Europe
Hoyos, Ernst
    Hubbard, Derek, where he was wounded
    Hubbard, Thomas Edward, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Hudson, Robert William, 2nd Viscount Hudson ( 1943-1945 ), with the Life Guards
    Hughes, Alfred Marcus
    Hughes, Charles Collingwood
    Hughes, William, Baron Hughes ( 1939-1946 ), with the ARP as Controller of Dundee, and the RAOC in India, Borneo and Burma
    Hughes-Morgan, David James
    Hughes-Morgan, David John, 3rd Bt.
    Hulse, Hamilton Westrow, 9th Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Hungerford, Desmond Willoughby, with 3rd Division, New Zealand Expeditionary Force
    Hungerford, Geoffrey Anthony Walter
Hungerford, George Crossley
    Hungerford, Richard Becher, with the Royal Canadian Artillery and British Claims Commission Mediterranean, and was mentioned in despatches
    Hungerford, Richard Thomas, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Hungerford, Toye Hastings, with the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve
    Hungerford, Walter George Donnington
    Hungerford, Winspeare Toye, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Hunt-Grubbe, Brudenell
    Hunter Blair, Colin Edward
Hunter Blair, David Gaspard
    Hunter Blair, David Walter
    Hunter Blair, Edward Thomas, of Dunskey, 8th Bt.
    Hunter Blair, Gaspard Patrick, and was mentioned in despatches
    Hunter Blair, John David
    Hunter Blair, Ronald
    Hunter, Neil Aylmer, 29th of Hunterston
Hunter, Philip A.
    Huntington-Whiteley, Eric Arthur
    Huntington-Whiteley, Herbert Maurice, 2nd Bt.
Huntington-Whiteley, Herbert Oliver, and was mentioned in despatches
    Huntington-Whiteley, Hugo Baldwin, 3rd Bt., and was mentioned in despatches
    Huntly, Donald Norman, including the Augsburg Raid
    Hussey de Burgh, Ulick Francis
    Hussey, Marmaduke James, Baron Hussey of North Bradley, in Grenadier Guards
Hussey, Thomas Ethelston
    Hutchinson, Jeremy Nicholas, Baron Hutchinson of Lullington
Hutchison, Andrew Balfour
    Hutchison, James Riley Holt, of Rossie, 1st Bt., with BEF, SOE and Maquis in France
Hutchison, Julian Jervis Oliphant
    Hutchison, Peter, 2nd Bt.
Huth, Christopher Raymond
Huth, Sydney Michael
    Hutton Bury, William Bacon, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded twice
    Iliffe, Edward Langton, 2nd Baron Iliffe, and was mentioned in despatches
    Imbert-Terry, Edward Henry Bouhier, 3rd Bt.
    Imbert-Terry, Henry Bouhier, 2nd Bt.
    Ingilby, Joslan William Vivian, 5th Bt.
    Inglefield-Watson, Derrick William, 4th Bt.
    Ingram, Herbert, 3rd Bt., and was mentioned in despatches
    Ingram, Ivor Laing, and was mentioned in despatches
    Ingram, Mervyn Jeffry
    Ingram, Michael Warren
    Innes, Alexander
    Innes, Berowald Alfred, and was wounded
    Innes, Charles Kenneth Gordon, 11th Bt.
    Innes, George William Holt
    Innes, Gordon Vivian ( 1940-1945 ), as ABQO, Royal Australian Navy
Innes, Herome Alexander
    Innes, Ronald Gordon Berowald, of Balvenie, 16th Bt., where he was wounded
    Innes, William Alexander Disney
    Inskip, John Hampden, with the Scots Guards
    Irby, Anthony Paul
    Irby, Cecil Eustace, 8th Baron Boston, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Irby, Gerald Howard Boteler, 9th Baron Boston
    Irby, Kenneth Alan, in the Royal Australian Air Force
    Irby, Paul Anthony ( 1944-1945 ), serving in New Guinea and the Solomon Islands, with the Australian Imperial Forces
    Irvine, Charles Francis, 25th of Drum, and was mentioned in despatches
    Irvine, Francis Charles Quentin
    Irvine, Kenneth James
Irvine, Robert Hugh
    Irvine-Fortescue, Henry
    Irvine-Fortescue, William Grenville
    Isham, Gyles, 12th Bt.
    Isham, Ian Vere Gyles, 13th Bt., in North-West Europe
    Jackson, Basil Hippisley
Jackson, David Thomas Trelawny
Jackson, George Hauteville
    Jackson, Henry Humphrey
    Jackson, Julius Lloyd
    Jackson, Michael Roland, 5th Bt.
Jackson, Thomas Richard Eyre
    Jackson, William, 7th Bt.
Jackson-Taylor, Philip Stuart
    Jacob, Frederick Arthur, in Egypt
    Jaffray, Hugh Alexander ( 1939-1943 )
    Jaffray, Michael John ( 1943-1945 )
    Jaffray, William Edmund, 4th Bt. ( 1940-1942 )
    Jagger, Richard Hugh
    James, Christopher Alexander, where he was mentioned in despatches
James, John Willmore Hume
    Janvrin, Hugh Richard Benest
    Jardine, Colin Arthur, 3rd Bt. ( 1939 ), where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Jardine, Geoffrey David, where he became a POW in Burma
    Jardine, Ian Liddell, 4th Bt.
    Jardine, Murray Hugh Lascelles, with the Royal Australian Air Force
    Jardine, William Edward, of Applegirth, 11th Bt., where he was wounded
    Jauncey, Charles Eliot, Baron Jauncey of Tullichettle
    Jauncey, John Henry, of Tullichettle
    Jebb, David Gladwyn, where he was mentioned in despatches five times
Jebb, Michael
Jefferies, unknown son
Jeffreys, Christopher John Darell
    Jellicoe, George Patrick John Rushworth, 2nd Earl Jellicoe, with teh Coldstream Guards and Special Air Service
    Jenkins, Charles Peter de Brisay
    Jenkins, David Llewelyn, Baron Jenkins ( 1940-1945 )
    Jenks, Robert Fergus, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Jephcott, John Anthony, 2nd Bt. ( 1944 ), with Royal Electricial and Mechanical Engineers WW II and Royal Army Engineering Corps
    Jessel, Charles John, 3rd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Jessel, David Charles George
Jezierski, Jerzy
Johnsen, John Martin Claridge
    Johnsen, Peter Bowater, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Johnsen, Richard
    Johnsen, William Hugo Gilroy ( 1939-1946 ), in the Royal Artillery
    Johnson, Allen Antony Wynn
Johnson, Charles Robert
    Johnson, Cyril Martin Hugh
    Johnson, Guy Allen Colpoys Ormsby, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Johnson, Henry Allen Beaumont, 5th Bt. ( 1940-1941 )
    Johnson, Henry Graham, with the Australian Imperial Force
    Johnson, John Paley, 6th Bt. ( 1939 ), in Burma, Middle East and Italy
    Johnson, Peter Warren, and was mentioned in despatches
Johnson, Robin Quentin Featherston
    Johnson, Stanley
    Johnson, Victor Philipse Hill, 6th Bt., in Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
    Johnson-Ferguson, Brian Charles
    Johnson-Ferguson, Raymond Patrick, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Johnston, Charles Collier, Baron Johnston of Rockport
    Johnston, George Robert Arthur McGarel, with the Royal Air Force, and was mentioned in despatches
Johnstone, Ian Alexander Bruce
    Johnstone, Montague Joseph Charles Somerset
    Johnstone, Richard Noel
    Johnstone, Roy Henry Montague, where he was mentioned in despatches
Joicey, David Hugh
Jolly, Richard Frank
    Jones, Alun Arthur Gwynne, Baron Chalfont, serving in Burma
    Jones, Eric Joseph Silva ( 1939-1945 )
    Jones, Peter Fawcett Benton, 3rd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Jones, Thomas Dunlop Bruce
    Joseph, Keith Sinjohn, Baron Joseph, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Joynson-Hicks, Lancelot William, 3rd Viscount Brentford ( 1941-1944 )
    Joynson-Hicks, Richard Cecil, 2nd Viscount Brentford ( 1939-1944 )
    Kaberry, Donald, Baron Kaberry of Adel, where he was mentioned in despatches
Kageneck, Franz Joseph
Kameke, Hasso
Kanitz, Egolf Heinrich
    Karch, Frederick Joseph
    Kavanagh, Dermot MacMorrough
    Kay, Phllip, with the Marquis in Britanny, and as part of Operation Market-Garden, and was mentioned in despatches
Kay-Shuttleworth, Ronald Orlando Lawrence, 3rd Baron Shuttleworth
    Keane, Richard Michael, 6th Bt. ( 1939-1944 )
    Keith, Henry Shanks, Baron Keith of Kinkel ( 1941-1945 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Keith, Kenneth Alexander, Baron Keith of Castleacre, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Keith, Michael Telfair, where he became a POW
    Kellett, Edward Orlando ( 1939-1943 )
Kempis, Eberhard
    Kendrew, Douglas
    Kennard, Colin David
    Kennard, George Arnold Ford, 3rd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches twice, and was a POW (1939-41)
Kennard, Humphrey Oscar Coleridge
    Kennard, Noel Gerard, with the Cameron Highlanders, Royal Commandos and Z Force
    Kennard, Robert William
    Kennard, Roderick Vivian, with Royal Air Force Intelligence
Kennaway, Charles Stewart Hamilton
    Kennedy, Gilbert Ronald ( 1940-1945 )
    Kennedy, Ian Michael Godfrey ( 1941 ), where he was invalided
Kennedy, Joseph Patrick
    Kennedy, Ludovic Henry Coverley ( 1939-1945 )
    Keppel, Derek William Charles, Viscount Bury ( 1939-1945 )
    Keppel, Walter Arnold Crispin
    Kerr, Charles Lester ( 1939-1940 ), where he was severely wounded
    Kerr, Francis Robert Newsam, where he was wounded
    Kerr, Frederick Mark, where he became a POW
    Kerr, John David
    Kerr, Louis William Howard
    Kerr, Mark Barrington, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Kerr, Mark David, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Kerr, Mark George
    Kerr, Mark Peregrine Charles
    Kerr, Peter Francis Walter, 12th Marquess of Lothian
    Kerr, Philip Walter
    Kerr, Ronald William
    Kerr-Smiley, Cyril Hugh
Keudell, Otto
Keudell, Robert
    Keyes, Geoffrey Charles Tasker, V.C.
    Keyes, Michael Patton
    Keyes, Patrick Terence
    Keyes, Ralph Adrian, with the Royal Navy
    Keyes, Roger John Brownlow, 1st Baron Keyes
    Keyes, Roger McMahon, where he was wounded
Kielmannsegg, Alexander
    King, Gerald Rene Wingfield
    King, John Charles Alwyn Hallowes
King, Stewart Gerald Wingfield
    King, William Augustus Henry ( 1940-1942 )
    King, William Donald Aelian
    King-Harman, Anthony Lawrence, where he was mentioned in despatches
    King-Harman, Robert Douglas
    Kingscote, Algernon Robert Fitzhardinge ( 1940-1942 )
Kingscote, David Fitzhardinge
    Kingscote, Nigel Adrian Fitzhardinge ( 1939-1945 ), including the Sicily and Normandy Landings, and was mentioned ind despatches
    Kingscote, Patrick Bloomfield Fitzhardinge ( 1939-1945 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
Kingscote, Robin Nigel ( 1939-1942 )
    Kington, William Beresford Nairne
    Kington-Blair-Oliphant, Philip James, of Ardblair
    Kington-Blair-Oliphant, William Yaldwyn
Kirkcaldie, Kenneth
    Kirwan-Taylor, Harold George, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Kirwan-Taylor, William John
    Kitchener, Henry Herbert, 3rd Earl Kitchener of Khartoum and of Broome
Klinckowstroem, Andreas Ernst Heinrich Thure Georg Wilhelm
Klitzing, Gebhard Wilhelm
Klitzing, Hans Ludwig Friedrich Wolfram
Klitzing, Heinz Erich Lebrecht
Klitzing, Joachim Lippold
Klitzing, Klaus Jurgen Eberhard
    Knapton, Edric Guy Philip Bromfield
    Knatchbull, Charles Norton
    Knatchbull, John Ulick, 7th Baron Brabourne of Brabourne ( 1943-1946 ), in North-West Europe, where he was wounded
    Knatchbull, Norton Cecil Michael, 6th Baron Brabourne of Brabourne, where he was wounded and became a POW
    Knatchbull, Wyndham Marsden
    Knatchbull-Hugessen, Herbert Clifford, in the Canadian Army
    Knatchbull-Hugessen, Peter Merrick, in the 111th Field Regimanet, Royal Artillery, and 6th Indian Field Regiment
    Knatchbull-Hugessen, Robin John Kay
    Knight, Claude Thorburn
Knott, John Maurice Wakefield, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Knott, William Espenett Bayly, with the Royal Marines
    Knox, John Needham
    Knox, Thomas Daniel, 6th Earl of Ranfurly
Korff, Klemens, gennant Schmising-Kerssenbrock
Kottulinsky, Josef
    Laing, Charles Douglas Conyers
Lakin, Gerald Michael
Lambart, Edward Howard Wallbridge
Lambart, Frederick Arthur Henry
    Lambart, Michael Edward Oliver, 12th Earl of the County of Cavan, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Lambart, Oliver Francis, 2nd Bt. ( 1939-1944 ), with the Royal Army Service Corps
    Lambert, Alexander Fane
    Lambert, Francis John
    Lambert, George, 2nd Viscount Lambert
    Lambert, Henry Alexander
    Lambert, Jeffrey Maurice
    Lambert, Peter Henry
    Lambert, Robert Guy Wilson ( 1939 )
    Lambert, Walter Peter
    Lambton, Edward George
    Lambton, Hedworth, where he was mentioned in despatches
Lambton, John
    Lane, Ernest Kendall
Lane, Frank Horsburgh
    Lang, Eustace Vaughan, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Lascelles, Francis Alfred George
    Lascelles, Geoffrey George, with the Royal Australian Navy
    Lascelles, George Henry Hubert, 7th Earl of Harewood, where he was wounded and became a POW
    Lascelles, Gerald David
    Lascelles, Henry Anthony, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Lascelles, John Frederick, where he was wounded
    Lascelles, John Norman Pulteney
    Lascelles, Oliver
Laubier, Dieudonne
    Law, Adrian Augustus Stuart
    Law, Charles Anthony Francis, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Lawrence, Peter Stafford Hayden, and was mentioned in despatches
Lawrence, Robert Percival
    Lawrence, Roger Fettiplace
    Lawrence, William, 4th Bt.
    Lawson, Lucia Edith, where she was mentioned in despatches
    Lawson, William Edward Harry, 5th Baron Burnham
    Laycock, Robert Edward
Le Fanu, Anthony, with the Bedfordshire Regiment
    Le Fanu, George Victor Sheridan
    Le Fanu, John Lewen
    Le Fanu, Philip Sheridan, with the Royal Australian Naval Reserve
    Le Fanu, Richard, with the East African Artillery
    Le Fanu, Roland
    Le Fanu, Stephen Henry John, with the Australian Army
    Le Hunte Ward, Edward
Leacock, Michael Francis
Ledebur-Wicheln, Eugen
Ledebur-Wicheln, Franz-Eugen
Ledebur-Wicheln, Hubertus
Ledebur-Wicheln, Johannes Adam
Lee Steere, Charles Augustus
    Lee, Annie Swinton ( 1944-1946 ), in the French Army
    Leese, Alexander William, 4th Bt. ( 1939-1941 ), when he was invalided
Leese, Lincoln
    Leese, Oliver William Hargreaves, 3rd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Legge, David Alexander Keppel, where he was wounded
    Legge, Gerald Humphrey, 9th Earl of Dartmouth ( 1942-1945 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Legge, Heneage Cecil
    Legge, John Barrington, where he was wounded
    Legge, John Douglas
    Legge, Paul Keppel, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Legge, Peter, where he was mentioned in despatches twice, and was wounded
Legge, Rupert Mortimer
    Legge-Bourke, Edward Alexander Henry, where he was wounded
    Leigh, Eric
Leigh, James Peter Mosley
    Leigh, John, 2nd Bt. ( 1943-1946 ), in India
    Leigh, William Henry Gerard ( 1939-1945 ), in the Middle East, Italy and North-East Europe
    Leith, Philip Edward Meric
Lennox-Boyd, Francis Gordon
    Lennox-Boyd, George Edward
    Lenox-Conyngham, Alwyn Douglas
    Lenox-Conyngham, Gerald Hamilton, in Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve
    Lenox-Conyngham, William Lowry
    Leon, Ronald George, 3rd Bt.
    Leonard, James Charles Beresford Whyte
Leonrod, Ludwig
    Leslie Melville, Alexander Robert, 16th Earl of Leven, where he was wounded
    Leslie Melville, George David, where he was wounded
    Leslie Melville, Ian
    Leslie Melville, Michael Ian
Leslie, Reginald Frederick Stuart
    Leslie-Melville, Alexander Ronald
    Leveson-Gower, Granville James, 5th Earl Granville, where he was wounded twice and was mentioned in despatches
Lewin, Frederick Roberts Alexander
    Lewin, Terence Thornton, Baron Lewin, with the Home and Mediterranean Fleets, and was mentioned in despatches
Lewis, Clive
Liechtenstein, Aloys Geza Georg Hubert Maria
Lillingston, Luke Theodore
Lindon, Ernest George
    Lindsay, David Howard
    Lindsay, David Ludovic Peter
    Lindsay, George Morgan Thomas, where he was mentioned in despatches
Lindsay, Harry Lachlan
    Lindsay, James Louis
    Lindsay, Kenneth Andrew ( 1940-1945 ), with the South African Forces
Lindsay, Michael
    Lindsay, Robert William Ludovic
Lindsay-MacDougall, John Stewart
Lippe-Weissenfeld, Carl Franz Ferdinand
    Liston Foulis, James Alastair
    Little, John Ernest
    Littleton, Edward Thomas Walhouse, 5th Baron Hatherton
    Littleton, John William ( 1943-1947 ), with Royal Army Service Corps
    Littleton, Josceline William
    Littleton, Leonard Vere Algernon
    Littleton, Richard Charles Arthur ( 1939-1940 ), when he was invalided
    Littleton, Robert Joscelyn Henry
    Littleton, Thomas Charles Tasman, 7th Baron Hatherton
    Llewellyn, Hermione, with the Special Operations Executive in the Middle East
    Lloyd George, Owen, 3rd Earl Lloyd George of Dwyfor ( 1944-1945 ), in Italy
Lloyd, William Eric
    Lloyd-Blood, Nevil
Lloyd-Mostyn, Henry Pyers Ronald
    Lloyd-Verney, Desmond Ralph
    Lloyd-Verney, Gerald, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Lloyd-Verney, Ulick Otway Vortigern, in italy, France and Burma
Lochore, John Alexander
Loe, Felix
    Loftus, George Henry Wellington, 7th Marquess of Ely
    Long, Richard Eric Onslow, 3rd Viscount Long ( 1939-1942 )
Long, Walter Francis David, 2nd Viscount Long
    Long, Walter Reginald Basil
Longmore, Richard Maitland
Loveday, John Noel Ronald
    Lovell, Stuart James
    Lovell-Davis, Peter Lovell, Baron Lovell-Davis
Low, Antony Frederick Leetham
    Low, Harold Philpot
    Low, Toby Austin Richard William, 1st Baron Aldington ( 1940-1942 ), where he fought in Greece, Crete, Western Desert and Tunisia
    Lowndes-Stone-Norton, Fletcher William
    Lowry, Robert Lynd Erskine, Baron Lowry, with the Royal Inniskillen Fusiliers, serving in Tunisia
    Lowry-Corry, Frederick Henry ( 1945 )
    Lowry-Corry, Galbraith Armar, 7th Earl of Belmore, where he was wounded
    Lowry-Corry, Henry Charles ( 1939-1942 ), when he became a Prisoner of War
    Lowry-Corry, Montagu William, where he was wounded
    Lowther, Anthony Edward, Viscount Lowther ( 1940-1943 )
    Lowther, Anthony George
    Lowther, James Hugh William, 7th Earl of Lonsdale, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Lubbock, Alan ( 1939-1945 )
    Lubbock, Christopher William Stuart
    Lubbock, David Miles, where he was mentioned in despatches, and captured as a Prisoner of War
    Lubbock, John Ralph ( 1943-1945 )
    Lubbock, Joseph Guy
    Lubbock, Michael Ronald, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Lubbock, Roger John ( 1939-1945 )
    Lubbock, Rupert James ( 1939-1940 ), where he was captured as a Prisoner of War
    Lucas, Arthur John
    Lucas, Henry Arthur
Lucas, Ralph John Scott, where he was mentioned in despatches posthumously
    Lucas, Stella Mary ( 1939 ), in the Women's Royal Naval Service
    Lucas, Timothy Stovin
    Luce, John David, including the Dieppe Raid
    Lumsden, Alexander Sabine Courtenay
Luttichau, Christian
Luttichau, Maximilian
Luttichau, Wilhelm
Lyell, Charles Antony, 2nd Baron Lyell, V.C.
    Lygon, William, 8th Earl Beauchamp ( 1941-1945 ), in Italy
Lyle, Robin Alexander ( 1939-1944 )
Lyon, John Scott Limnell
    Lyon-Dalberg-Acton, John Emerich Henry, 3rd Baron Acton of Aldenham
    Lyon-Dalberg-Acton, Richard William Heribert Peter
    Lyttelton, Antony Alfred, 2nd Viscount Chandos ( 1942-1945 ), on General Staff, Mediterranean, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Lyttelton, Archer Geoffrey
    Lyttelton, Charles John, 10th Viscount Cobham
    Lyttelton, Humphrey Richard Adeane
Lyttelton, John Anthony
Lyttelton, Julian
    Lytton-Milbanke, Noel Anthony Scawen, 4th Earl of Lytton
    MacGregor, Gregor, of MacGregor, 6th Bt.
    MacLehose, Crawford Murray, Baron MacLehose of Beoch
    MacPhee, Donald MacDonald
    Macartney-Filgate, John Victor Openshaw
    Macartney-Filgate, Patrick John
    Macdonald Lockhart, Simon Foster, 25th of the Lee, where he was wounded
    Macdonald, Gordon Ramsay, 2nd Baron Macdonald of Gwaenysor, in the Middle East, India, Burma and Malaya, and was mentioned in despatches
Macdonald, James Archibald
    Macdonald, Kenneth Lewis, with the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve, in the Royal Air Force Coastal Command
    Mack, Philip John, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Mackay, Kenneth James William, 3rd Earl of Inchcape
    Mackenzie Stuart, Alexander John, Baron Mackenzie-Stuart ( 1942-1947 ), with the Royal Engineers
    Mackenzie, Alastair John, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Mackenzie, Alexander George Anthony Allan, of Glenmuick, 4th Bt.
    Mackenzie, Eric Dighton
    Mackenzie, Roderick Grant Francis, 4th Earl of Cromartie, where he became a POW in 1940
    Mackintosh, Aeneas ( 1939-1945 ), with the Royal Air Force
    Mackintosh, Alexander, and was present at Pearl Harbour
    Mackintosh, Duncan Robert ( 1939-1945 )
Mackness, Charles Lawrence
    Mackworth-Young, Robert Christopher, in the Middle East and Normandy
    Macleod, Iain Norman, in France and Norway, suffering a serious leg injury
    Macmillan, Maurice Victor, Viscount Macmillan of Ovenden
    Macnab, Brigadier John Francis
    Macpherson, David William Anthony Blyth, 2nd Baron Strathcarron ( 1942-1947 )
    Macpherson, Niall Malcolm Stewart, 1st and last Baron Drumalbyn
    Macpherson-Grant, Ewan George, 6th Bt.
    Magan, Francis Shaen
    Magan, William Morgan Tilson
Magruder, Ernest
    Mainwaring-Burton, Anthony Benjamin
    Mainwaring-Burton, Arthur William
    Mainwaring-Burton, Frederick Henry Beresford
Maitland Makgill Crichton, David
    Maitland Makgill Crichton, Edward
Maitland Makgill Crichton, Hamilton Ian
    Maitland Makgill Crichton, James Richard
    Maitland, David Randolph
Maitland, Ivor Colin James, Viscount Maitland
Maitland-Heriot, Francis Reginald
    Maitland-Heriot, Gerald Ian ( 1940-1947 ), attached to the Royal Armoured Corps, India
    Maitland-Heriot, Nigel Hugh ( 1944 ), with the Royal Armoured Corps
    Maitland-Heriot, Torrance, in the Royal Air Force, and was wounded
    Maitland-Roberts, Gordon, with the Australian Imperial Force
Makdougall Scott, Henry John Alexander, 11th of Gala
    Makgill, David Comins, with New Zealand Field Artillery
Makgill, James Edward
    Makgill, John Donald Alexander Arthur, 12th Viscount of Oxfuird
Makins, Geoffrey Henry
    Makins, Paul Vivian, 4th Bt.
    Makins, William Vivian, 3rd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Maling, John Darwin
    Mallett, Douglas Evelyn ( 1939 )
    Mallowan, Max Edgar L.
Manahan, James
Mandat-Grancey, Maurice
    Mandelson, George Norman
Mandeville, Geoffrey Fortescue
    Mann, Edward Charles, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Mansel, Edmund Clavell, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Mansel, Isita Clare, where she was mentioned in despatches
    Mansel, John Clavell
    Mansel, John William Morton, where he was mentioned in despatches and became a POW
Mansel, Mervyn Lascelles, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Mansel, Rauf ( 1942-1945 ), with the Royal Marines
    Mansel, Regnier Ranulf Dabridgecourt, with the Royal Artillery
    Mansel, Rhys Clavell
    Mansel-Pleydell, David Gabriel Morton ( 1942-1945 ), where he became a (POW, Jan–May 1945
Mansel-Pleydell, John Aymard Morton
    Mansel-Pleydell, Philip Morton
Maragna-Redwitz, Hubert
Maragna-Redwitz, Rudolf
    March Phillipps, Gustavus Henry
    Markey, Gene
Marsham-Townshend, Thomas
    Martin, Desmond Arthur Stanley, with Royal Air Force
    Martin, John
    Martin, Robert Andrew St. George
    Martinez del Campo, Manuel ( 1939 )
    Martini, Florian, where he was a Polish air ace
    Marwood-Elton, Nigel William David, where he was mentioned in despatches twice and became a POW
Mason, William Murray
    Massey, Patrick Godfrey Goolden, in India, Iraq, Iran and Burma, and was mentioned in despatches
    Massy, Arthur Lawrence John Peel
    Massy, Charles Walter
    Massy, Derek FitzGerald
Massy, Godfrey Atcherley Peel
    Massy, Hamon Ingoldsby
    Massy, Hugh Carruthers, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Massy, Hugh Hamon John Somerset Massy, 9th Baron Massy of Duntrileague
    Massy, Hugh Le Souëf, with the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
    Massy, Hugh Peter Stokes, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Massy, Hugh Royds Stokes
Massy, Michael Ingoldsby
Massy, Patrick Wilfrid Villiers
    Massy-Beresford, Tristram Hugh, in the Far East, where he became a POW
Massy-Dawson, Dennis Staunton
    Massy-Westropp, John Francis Ralph
    Massy-Westropp, Ralph Frederick Hugh
    Maude, Edward Frederick
    Maude, Henry Cornwallis, with the Queen's Royal Regiment
    Maude, Robert Leslie Eustace, 8th Viscount Hawarden ( 1945 ), with the Coldstream Guards
    Maude-Roxby, Guy Nigel
    Maugham, Robert Cecil Romer, 2nd Viscount Maugham ( 1939-1943 ), where he was mentioned in despatches and wounded
Maul, Richard Henry Leigh
    Maule Cole, Douglas Seymour Francis Erskine
    Maunsell, Charles Ronald
    Maunsell, Denis Shelley
Maunsell, Errol Creagh
    Maunsell, Frederick
    Maunsell, George Arthur Cecil, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Maunsell, George Michael Bruce, with South Rhodesian Forces
    Maunsell, Henry Ian Geoffrey, in the Royal Air Force
    Maunsell, John Charles Edward, with Royal Australian Air Force
    Maunsell, John Raymond
Maunsell, Marcus Eyre Lloyd
    Maunsell, Mark Stuart Ker
    Maunsell, Robert Sydney Dymock, in the North-West European Campaign
    Maxse, Frederick Henry Joseph
    Maxse, John Herbert
    Maxtone Graham, James Anstruther, 17th of Cultoquhey ( 1942-1945 )
    Maxwell Macdonald, John, 19th of Largie ( 1939-1941 ), where he was wounded
    Maxwell, Leigh, on the Northwest Frontier, and was mentioned in despatches
    Maxwell, Robert Michael, where he was mentioned in despatches
Maxwell, Somerset Arthur
Maze, Robert C., Sr.
McBarnet, Donald Victor Charles
McCarthy, William Terence Webb
McClintock, John
    McClintock-Bunbury, William Robert, 4th Baron Rathdonnell
    McClure, John Aylmer
    McCorkell, Barry Henry ( 1939-1945 )
McCorkell, Francis Dudley Pakenham ( 1939-1944 )
    McCorkell, Michael William, in Italy
McCorquodale, Angus, where he was mentioned in despatches
    McCorquodale, Donald, where he was mentioned in despatches
    McCorquodale, Malcolm Stewart, 1st and last Baron McCorquodale of Newton ( 1940-1941 )
    McCorquodale, Norman Duncan ( 1939-1945 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    McCoy, Albert Leopold
    McCoy, Beverly Harrison
    McCoy, Edwin Daniel
    McDonnell, James Angus Grey ( 1939-1940 ), where he was captured as a Prisoner of War
    McDonnell, Randal John Somerled, 8th Earl of Antrim
    McDouall, John Crichton Stuart
    McDouall, John Stuart Crichton, with the Australian Infantry Force in the Pacific
    McDougall, Patricia Agnes Marion, with the Women's Royal Naval Service (W.R.N.S.)
    McIntosh, Duncan, flying Spitfires in defence of Malta
    McLaren, John Francis
    McLaren, Martin John
    McLaughlin, Adrian Leigh
    McLaughlin, Patrick Vivian
    McMorland, Ian P.
    McPhee, Bruce John ( 1941-1945 )
    McWilliam, Henry Hastings
    Meade, John Charles Edmund Carson, 6th Earl of Clanwilliam, in the Middle East and France, and was mentioned in despatches
    Meade, John Windham
    Meade, Robert Sidney Stuart ( 1939-1945 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Meade-Fetherstonhaugh, Richard James ( 1939 ), where he became a POW
Meinertzhagen, Daniel
    Mellon, Paul
    Mellon, Richard King
    Menzies, Charles John
    Menzies, Henry Noel, New Zealand Expeditionary Force
Menzies, Henry Walter Harvey, and became a prisoner of war
    Mercer Nairne Petty-FitzMaurice, George John Charles, 8th Marquess of Lansdowne
    Mercer-Henderson, John Hampden, 8th Earl of Buckinghamshire
Meredith, unknown son
    Merton, William Ralph ( 1941-1943 ), in the Coastal Command, Royal Air Force
    Meynell, Charles Wilfred Lindley, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Meynell, Francis Everard
    Meynell, Hugo, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Meynell, Richard Walter
Meyrick, Peter Capel
    Mildmay, Anthony Bingham, 2nd Baron Mildmay of Flete, where he was mentioned in despatches
Miles, Charles Robert
    Millar, Francis Kinglake
    Miller, Frederick William Macdonald, of Glenlee, 7th Bt. ( 1939-1943 )
    Miller, Robert Charles Patrick
Milman, Hugh Bruce
Minchin, Alec Randolph, in the 2nd Australian Imperial Force
    Minchin, Alfred Alyson Fennell
    Minchin, Arthur John, with King's African Rifles
    Minchin, Charles Forde, in Royal Australian Air Force
    Minchin, Christopher
Minchin, Christopher Humphrey Cotton, with the Royal Air Force
Minchin, Denis Lloyd, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Minchin, Devon George
Minchin, Douglas James Maurice Cotton
    Minchin, Francis Henry, with Australian forces in the Middle East and New Guinea
    Minchin, Frederick Blundell Preston
    Minchin, George Henry, in the Royal Australian Air Force
    Minchin, Gerald Louis F., with the 2nd Australian Imperial Force
    Minchin, Gordon Victor, in the Royal Australian Air Force
    Minchin, Hubert Brian
    Minchin, Hugh Charles Stephens
    Minchin, Jonathan Edward Humphrey ( 1939-1943 )
    Minchin, Joseph Keane, in the Middle East and Pacific, with 28th Battalion, 2nd Australian Imperial Force
    Minchin, Kevin James ( 1942-1946 ), with the Australian Army
    Minchin, Kingsley Hugh
    Minchin, Lionel George ( 1941-1945 ), with the AMF (1941-2) and Royal Australian Air Force (1942-5)
Minchin, Mervyn, in the 2nd Australian Imperial Force
    Minchin, Michael Hugh
    Minchin, Patrick Molesworth
    Minchin, Peter Franklyn
    Minchin, Philip Henry, with the 2nd Australian Imperial Force
    Minchin, Raymond Sidney, in Royal Australian Air Force
    Minchin, Reginald Humphrey Loder
    Minchin, Rex d'Esterre
    Minchin, Richard George Edward, serving in North Africa, Italy and the Middle East
    Minchin, Robert Scott, in India and Burma
    Minchin, Robin
    Minchin, Ronald d'Esterre
    Minchin, Wilfred Henry, with the Royal Australian Navy
    Minchin, William Allan
    Minchin, William Bruce
    Mitchell-Cotts, William Campbell, 2nd Bt.
    Molesworth, Richard Charles Victor
    Molesworth-St. Aubyn, Hender Charles, in Iceland, France and Germany
    Molesworth-St. Aubyn, John, 14th Bt.
    Molloy, William John, Baron Molloy, with the Royal Engineers
    Monckton, Charles Tatham, where he was wounded
    Monckton, Edward Walter
Monckton, Francis Edward
    Monckton, Frederick Hardy
Monckton, John Philip
    Monckton, Reginald Francis Percy ( 1940-1941 ), with the PR Unit
    Moncreiffe, David Gerald, of that Ilk, 10th Bt., where he was wounded
    Moncreiffe, Rupert Iain Kay, of that Ilk, 11th Bt., where he was wounded
    Moncreiffe, Rupert Iain Kay, of that Ilk, 11th Bt., where he was wounded
    Montagu Douglas Scott, Claud Andrew, and was mentioned in despatches
    Montagu Douglas Scott, Claud Everard Walter, in North Africa and Italy
    Montagu Douglas Scott, Francis George ( 1941-1945 ), with East African Forces, and was again mentioned in despatches
    Montagu Douglas Scott, George Francis John ( 1939 ), in Europe, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Montagu Douglas Scott, John Henry, where he was wounded
Montagu Douglas Scott, Merlin
    Montagu Douglas Scott, Walter Francis John, 9th Duke of Buccleuch ( 1942-1945 )
    Montagu Douglas Scott, William Walter, where he was mentoned in despatches
    Montagu, Alexander George Francis Drogo, 10th Duke of Manchester
Montagu, Charles Sydney Beattie
    Montagu, James Edward
    Montagu, John Drogo, in Burma, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Montagu, John Edward Coley, where he was wounded
    Montagu, Walter Bernard St. John, and was wounded
    Montgomerie, Alexander Edward, with the New Zealand Expeditionary Force, and became a POW
    Montgomerie, Alexander Kelvin, in the New Zealand Scottish Regiment and Royal New Zealand Navy
    Montgomerie, Archibald William Alexander, 17th Earl of Eglinton
    Montgomerie, Hew Seton, where he was mentioned in despatches
Montgomerie, Leighton John
    Montgomerie, Roger Hugh
Montgomerie, Thomas
    Montgomery, Arthur Herbert
    Montgomery, Ernest John, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Montgomery, Robert Maxwell
Montgomery, Thomas Edward
    Montgomery-Campbell, Hugh
    Montmorency, Arnold Geoffroy, 19th Bt.
Montmorency, Reymond Hervey
Moodie, David William
    Moore, Ethne Philippa
    Moore, Norman Winfrid, where he became a POW
Moore, Robert William Alfred
    Moore-Brabazon, Michael James, in the Royal Air Force
Moreton Macdonald, Charles Angus
    Moreton, Basil Howard, 6th Earl of Ducie ( 1941-1945 ), in New Guinea and the Islands
    Morgan, Frederick Charles John, 6th Baron Tredegar ( 1939-1945 )
    Morgan, Vaughan
    Morgan-Giles, Morgan Charles
    Morison, Alexander Gordon, 13th of Bognie ( 1941-1945 ), in the Westminster Regiment
    Morrison, John Stanton Fleming
    Morrogh Bernard, Joseph George, in France, Abyssinia, India, the Middle East and Austria
    Mottram, Peter Hay, with the Royal Army Service Corps
    Mountbatten, David Michael, 3rd Marquess of Milford Haven, and was mentioned in despatches twice
    Mountbatten, Philip, 1st Duke of Edinburgh ( 1941-1945 ), in the Meditteranean Fleet, the Home Fleet and the British Pacific Fleet, and was mentioned in despatches
    Muggeridge, Thomas Malcolm, with the Secret Intelligence Service in Brussels
    Muir Mackenzie, Hamish
    Muir Mackenzie, Robert Henry, of Delvine, 6th Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Mulholland, Alfred Ivo
    Mulholland, Michael Henry, 5th Baron Dunleath of Ballywalter ( 1942-1945 )
    Munro, Hector Charles Seymour
    Munro, Roland Alec Wilfred, with the Indian Army
Murdoch, Alan
    Murphy, Alfred
    Murphy, Basil Jerome
    Murphy, Cyril Francis de Sales, with the Royal Air Force (Air Ministry)
    Murphy, Jeremiah, with Foot Guards
    Murphy, John Moran ( 1939-1944 ), when he was invalided out
    Murphy, Louis Jerome, with Royal Engineers
Murray, Alexander Donald Milles
    Murray, Alexander Edward
    Murray, Anthony Ian Rupert, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Murray, Archie Alastair Stewart
    Murray, Arthur Stewart Pakington
    Murray, Cecil de Grey
    Murray, Charles Stewart, with the Royal Air Force and Royal Australian Air Force
    Murray, David John
    Murray, Donald Stuart
    Murray, Douglas Elibank ( 1939-1943 )
Murray, Edward David, Viscount Fincastle
    Murray, George
Murray, George Anthony
    Murray, Godfrey Pemberton
    Murray, Iain Arthur
    Murray, Ian Henry, where he was wounded
    Murray, Thomas Edward Elibank
    Musson, Harold Methven
Myers, Paul, with the Royal Air Force
    Napier, Charles Macnaughton
    Napier, Joseph William Lennox, 4th Bt.
    Napier, Vivian John Lennox, where he was mentioned in despatches and became a POW
    Naylor-Leyland, Michael Montague George
    Neave, Airey Middleton Sheffield, where he was wounded, mentioned in despatches and became a POW
    Neave, Arundell Richard York Irvine
    Neave, Arundell Thomas Clifton, 6th Bt.
    Neave, Digby Seymour
    Neave, Geoffrey Lionel
    Neave, Julius Arthur Sheffield ( 1940-1946 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Neave, Kenelm Digby ( 1944-1945 ), in North-West Europe, where he was wounded
    Neave, Nelson Digby
    Neave, Robert Morier Sheffield, where he was wounded
    Nebauer, Raymond James ( 1942 ), serving in New Guinea
    Needham, Arthur Edward Peter, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Needham, Francis Charles Adelbert Henry, 4th Earl of Kilmorey
    Needham, Francis Edward
    Needham, Francis Jack
    Needham, Francis Jack Richard Patrick, 5th Earl of Kilmorey
    Needham, Henry, where he was wounded
Neipperg, Karl Reinhard
    Nepean, Evan Yorke, 6th Bt.
    Nevill, John Henry Guy, 5th Marquess of Abergavenny, where he was mentioned in despatches
Nevill, Michael George Ralph
Neville, George Robert Latimer
    Neville, Grey Aldworth
    Neville, Philip Lloyd
Neville, Richard Henry Cornwallis, 8th Lord Braybrooke, Baron of Braybrooke
    Neville-Grenville, Edward
    Neville-Rolfe, Charles Babington
    Newman, Durnford Frederick Wyndham
Nicholl-Caddell, Robert Arthur Francis Iltyd
    Nicholson, Charles William John
    Nicholson, Henry Thomas Atkins, with the Australian Infantry Force
    Nicol, Frederick Edward, in the Royal Australian Navy
    Nicolson, David Henry Arthur, of that Ilk, 4th Baron Carnock
    Nicolson, Lionel Benedict
    Nicolson, Nigel, where he was mentioned in despatches
Nicolson, Peter Trevylyan Erskine
    Nightingale, Francis Paul
    Nightingale, John Cyprian
    Niven, James David Graham
Nobbs, Adrien Brancker King
    Nobbs, Frank Fletcher King
    Nobbs, Harry Robert
    Nobbs, Herbert Metcalfe King
    Nobbs, Ivens Satterfield
    Nobbs, Ray Herbert Hastings
    Noel, Archibald Charles William, where he became a POW
    Noel, Charles Hubert Francis ( 1939-1942 )
    Noel, David Francis Douglas, where he was wounded
    Noel, Douglas Robert George ( 1943-1945 ), where he was wounded
    Noel, Edward Francis Hamlyn, when he was invalided
    Noel, Gambier John Byng, where he was mentioned in desptaches twice
Noel, Gerard Baptist
    Noel, John Andrew Vernatti
    Noel, John Baptist Lucius
    Noel, John Byron
    Noel, John Cecil
    Noel, Montague Wriothesley ( 1939-1941 )
    Noel, William Henry Middleton
    Norman, Antony Charles Wynyard, and was mentioned in despatches
    North, Charles Evelyn
    North, George Montagu
North, John Dudley, 13th Lord North
    North-Bomford, John George ( 1940 ), with the Royal Air Force
    Northcote, Amyas Henry Stafford
    Northcote, Henry James Stafford, in Europe and South-East Asia Command
    Northcote, Henry Stafford, 3rd Earl of Iddesleigh
    Northcote, Leon Frederick James ( 1942-1946 ), with the Royal Navy
    Northcote, Maxwell Adams Stafford ( 1942-1946 ), in the Royal Air Force
    Northcote, Oliver Stafford
    Norton, John Richard Brinsley, 7th Lord Grantley, Baron of Markenfield
    Norton, Peter John, where he was mentioned in despatches
Norton-Griffiths, Michael, and was mentioned in despatches
Nostitz-Rieneck, Franz
Nugent, Guy Patrick Douglas John
Nugent, John Andrew
Nugent, Patrick Edmund Charles
    Nugent, Robin George Colborne, 5th Bt. ( 1944-1945 ), in Italy
Nuttall, Donald Spencer
    Nutting, Edward Christian Frederick
    O'Brien Butler, Paget Terence, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
O'Brien, Brian Eoghan
    O'Brien, Donough Edward Foster, 16th Baron of Inchiquin ( 1939-1942 )
    O'Brien, Edward Cecil
    O'Brien, Fionn Myles Maryons
    O'Brien, Murrough Richard
    O'Brien, Phaedrig Lucius Ambrose, 17th Baron of Inchiquin, and was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    O'Brien, Turlough Aubrey
    O'Connell, Donal Bernard
    O'Connell, Maurice Cecil ( 1939-1945 ), with Royal Engineers, where he was mentioned in despatches
    O'Connell, Morgan Donal Conail, 6th Bt., with Royal Signals
    O'Connell, Noel Hamlyn ( 1939-1945 ), in the Far Esat
    O'Donovan, Morgan John Winthrop, The O'Donovan
    O'Donovan, Timothy John Miles, where he was wounded
    O'Grady, Gerald Lawrence de Courcy
    O'Grady, Gerald Vigors de Courcy, The O'Grady
    O'Grady, Philip Henry Vigors de Courcy, where he was mentioned in despatches
O'Hagan, Claud Cecil
O'Neill, Brian Arthur
O'Neill, Shane Edward Robert, 3rd Baron O'Neill
Oberndorff, Franz Xavier
Oberndorff, Johannes
    Obolensky, Ivan
Oettingen-Oettingen und Oettingen-Spielberg, Joseph Emil
Oettingen-Oettingen und Oettingen-Wallerstein, Moritz Notger
    Ogilvie, Patrick
Ogilvie, Patrick Bruce Bine, and was mentioned in despatches three times
    Ogilvy, David George Patrick Coke, 8th Earl of Airlie ( 1945 ), in Germany
    Ogilvy, Walter Tulliedeph, where he was mentioned in despatches and became a POW
    Oglander, Denys Ernest Glynn
    Oliphant, Arthur Lancelot Laurence
    Oliphant, Laurence Hugh ( 1940-1945 )
    Oliphant, Ralph Henry Hood Laurence, 11th of Condie ( 1939-1945 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Oliphant, Reginald Godfrey Laurence, of Condie, younger, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Oliver, Robert Ormsby, in the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve
    Oliver-Bellasis, John, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded twice
    Oliver-Bellasis, Richard, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Olivier, Laurence Kerr, Baron Olivier, in the Fleet Air Arm
Olsoufieff, Alessio
    Oram, Albert Edward, Baron Oram ( 1942-1945 ), with the Royal Artillery
Ormerod, George Wareing Drewery
    Ormsby-Gore, William David, 5th Baron Harlech
    Orr Ewing, Alan Lindsay, where he was mentioned in despatches, was wounded twice and became a POW
    Orr Ewing, Archibald Ian
    Orr Ewing, David
    Orr Ewing, James Arthur
    Orr Ewing, John Anthony, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Orr Ewing, Robert Norman
    Orr Ewing, Robin John Alexander
    Orr Ewing, Ronald Archibald, of Ballikinrain, 5th Bt., where he became a POW in 1942
    Orr-Ewing, Charles Ian, Baron Orr-Ewing, in North Africa, Italy and North-West Europe, and was mentioned in despatches
Ortenburg, Joachim
Ortenburg, Udo William
Osborn, Peter Stanley Howard
Osmaston, Cecil Henry Edward
    Osmaston, Fitzwalter Camplyon ( 1939-1945 ), where he was mentioned in despatches twice and became a POW
    Osmaston, Gordon Hutchinson ( 1940-1941 ), in Iraq
    Osmaston, Henry Arthur ( 1939-1945 )
    Osmaston, John Fitzherbert
    Pack-Beresford, Arthur Reynell, with the 4th Regiment Maritime Royal Artillery
    Pack-Beresford, Denis John
    Pack-Beresford, Tristram Anthony
Packe, Charles William Christopher
    Page Wood, John Hatherley David, 7th Bt., he was mentioned in despatches
    Page Wood, Matthew, in North West Europe
    Page, Peggie ( 1942-1945 ), with the British Red Cross
Paget, Anthony Francis Macleod, he was mentioned in despatches
Paget, Berkeley Henry Vanisttart
    Paget, Bernard Charles Tolver
    Paget, Bernard Leopold, with the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry and Royal Berkshire Regiment
    Paget, Clarence Arthur Edward
    Paget, Cyril Nevil
    Paget, Edward Catesby ( 1940-1945 )
    Paget, Edward Francis Howard
    Paget, George Charles Henry Victor, 7th Marquess of Anglesey
    Paget, George Norrie, he was mentioned in despatches
Paget, Guy Leo
    Paget, Humphrey
    Paget, James Francis, 3rd Bt., he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Paget, Julian Tolver, 4th Bt.
    Paget, Oswald Leopold
    Paget, Victor Berkeley
Paget, William Edward Sydney
Paine, Robert
    Pakenham, Arthur John Edmond
Pakenham, Hercules Dermot Wilfrid
    Pakenham, Ivo Robert Raymond Lygon
    Pakenham, Patrick Christopher Montagu Holwell, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Pakenham, Raymond Beresford
    Pakenham, William Antony Beresford
    Pakenham, William Thomas Talbot
    Pakington, Humphrey Arthur, 5th Baron Hampton
    Palairet, Allan Frederick, where he became a POW
    Palethorpe-Todd, Richard Andrew
Palmer, Anthony Frederick Mark, 4th Bt.
    Palmer, Charles Alan Salier
    Palmer, Geoffrey Frederick Neill, 11th Bt.
    Palmer, Gerald Eustace Howell, he was mentioned in despatches
    Palmer, Gordon William Nottage
    Palmer, John Archdale, 7th Bt., in the Royal Artillery
    Palmer, Mark
    Palmer, Robert Henry Charles
    Palmer, Rodney Howell
    Palmer, William Alexander
Palmer-Tomkinson, Anthony
Parc, Guillaume
Parc, Jacques
Parish, David Woodbine
Parish, John Neville Woodbine
Parker, Alfred Nigel
Parker, Anthony Edington Hyde
    Parker, Charles George Archibald, where he became a POW
    Parker, Frederic Anthony Vivian
    Parker, George Roger Alexander Thomas, 8th Earl of Macclesfield
    Parker, Gerard
    Parker, Ivo Murray, with the Royal Artillery
    Parker, Jocelyn George Dudley
    Parker, John Douglas
    Parker, John St. Aubyn, 6th Earl of Morley
    Parker, Laurence Edmund Hyde
    Parker, Laurence Frederick Cyril
    Parker, Michael Cyril Edmund
    Parker, Michael Edward
    Parker, Peter Henry
    Parker, Richard Cecil
    Parker, Robert William
    Parker, William Alan, 4th Bt.
Parker, William Richard Christopher Boyle
    Parsons, Anthony Derrick
    Parsons, Desmond Harold, with Royal Air Force
    Pasley, Charles Hamilton Sabine, he was mentioned in despatches
    Pasley, Joseph Montagu Sabine
    Pasley, Maitland Sabine
    Pasley, Sydney Montagu Sabine, he was invalided out
    Pasley, Thomas Wynyard Sabine
    Paterson, Arthur James Jardine
    Paterson, David Jardine
    Paterson, John Valentine Jardine, with 6th Battalion, Black Watch
    Paterson, Robert Noël Jardine
    Payne-Gallwey, Lowry Philip
    Payne-Gallwey, Peter, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Peake, Edward Charles
    Pearson, Weetman John Churchill, 3rd Viscount Cowdray, where he was severely wounded in the retreat to Dunkirk, and had his left arm amputated
Pease, Arthur Peter
    Pease, Charles Ormston Hugh, with the Royal Canadian Air Force
    Pease, Christopher Henry Beaumont, 2nd Baron Wardington, where he was wounded
    Pease, George ( 1944-1945 ), with the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve
    Pease, Joseph Edward, 3rd Baron Gainford
    Pease, Joseph, 2nd Baron Gainford ( 1939-1942 )
    Pease, Thomas Exham Vincent, with the Royal Canadian Air Force
    Pedel, Christian Dunsmere, with the Royal Australian Air Force
    Peek, Francis Henry Grenville, 4th Bt., he was mentioned in depatches
Peek, Roger John
    Peek, William Grenville, 5th Bt., he was mentioned in despatches
Peel, Hugh William Jardine Ethelston
    Pelham, Anthony George, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Pelham, John Buxton, 8th Earl of Chichester
    Pelham, Robert Henry
    Pelham, Thomas Bertram
Pelham-Clinton, Alastair Henry
    Pelham-Clinton, Edward Charles, 10th Duke of Newcastle-under-Lyme, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Pelham-Clinton-Hope, Henry Edward Hugh, 9th Duke of Newcastle-under-Lyme
    Pellew, Anthony Pownoll
    Pelly, Adrian Vincent
    Pelly, Anthony Edward
    Pelly, Anthony Roger
    Pelly, Blake Raymond ( 1939 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Pelly, Claude Bernard Raymond, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
Pelly, Clifford Raymond
    Pelly, David Cecil, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Pelly, Douglas Charles Vincent, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Pelly, Douglas Gurney
    Pelly, Edmund Godfrey
    Pelly, Frederick Michael, in the Royal Navy
    Pelly, Henry Patrick Neville
    Pelly, John Alwyne, 6th Bt. ( 1939-1942 ), where he became a POW
    Pelly, John Denis Cavendish, with the Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve
    Pelly, John Gordon, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Pelly, John Noel
    Pelly, Michael Richard Parmenter, in the Royal Air Force
    Pelly, Peter Douglas Herbert Raymond, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Pelly, Richard Heywood
    Pelly, Robert Hubert, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Penn, Eric Charles William Mackenzie
    Pepys, John Evelyn Leslie
    Pepys, Samuel Guy Leslie ( 1939-1940 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Perceval, Philip Edward
Percy, Henry George Alan, 9th Duke of Northumberland
    Perring, Ralph Edgar, 1st Bt., he was invalided out
    Persse, Alfred Arthur, with BEF
    Persse, Burton William De Burgh
Persse, Charles William Parry
Persse, Donald Robert
    Persse, Edmund Maturin, with Uganda Def Force
Persse, Jocelyn Arthur
    Persse, John Arthur
Persse, John Henry, in the 7th Battalion, Rifle Brigade
    Persse, John Windsor
    Persse, Reginald Barry Lovaine
    Persse, Richard Noel, where he was taken POW at Tobruk
    Persse, Thomas Dudley
    Pery-Knox-Gore, David Edmond Strachan, where he was mentioned in despatches
Pestatore, Wilfried
    Peter-Hoblyn, John Bampfylde
    Peto, Christopher Henry Maxwell, 3rd Bt., he was mentioned in despatches three times and wounded
    Peto, James Michael, 2nd Bt.
Peto, Timothy Clement
Petre, Gerard Malcolm Mary Laurence
Petre, Myles Seymour Edward
    Petrie, Charles Richard Borthwick, 4th Bt.
Petty-FitzMaurice, Charles Hope, 7th Marquess of Lansdowne ( 1939-1944 ), where he was wounded, before being killed
Petty-FitzMaurice, Edward Norman
    Peyton, John Wynne William, Baron Peyton of Yeovil
    Philipson-Stow, Christopher, 5th Bt.
    Philipson-Stow, Edmond Cecil, 4th Bt.
    Philipson-Stow, Guyon Philipson
Phillimore, Anthony Francis
    Phillimore, Claud Stephen, 4th Baron Phillimore
    Phillimore, Henry Josceline
    Phillimore, Hugh David
    Phillimore, John Hugh Bouchier, he was wounded
    Phillimore, John Michael Fortescue
    Phillimore, Miles Godfrey Walter
    Phillimore, Reginald Henry
    Phillimore, Richard Augustus Bagot
    Phillimore, Robert Fortescue
    Phillimore, Robert George Hugh, he was mentioned in despatches
    Phillimore, William Raigersfeld
Phillips, Lionel Francis, 2nd Bt.
Phipps, Alan
Phipps, Francis Constantine
    Piercy, Nicholas Pelham, 2nd Baron Piercy
    Piers, Charles Robert FitzMaurice, 10th Bt.
Piers, Charles Stuart Tristram
    Piers, George Michael Barrington
    Pigot, Robert Anthony, 7th Bt., he was mentioned in despatches
    Pigot, Robert, 6th Bt.
    Pigot-Moodie, John Peter, in the Royal Navy
    Pigott, Berkeley, 4th Bt.
Pigott-Brown, John Hargreaves, 2nd Bt.
    Pilditch, Edgar Lewis, he was mentioned in despatches
    Pilditch, Philip Harold, 2nd Bt. ( 1939-1941 )
    Pilditch, Philip John Frederick Pilditch, 3rd Bt., he was invalided out
    Pilditch, Richard Edward, 4th Bt.
    Pile, Frederick Alfred, 2nd Bt.
    Pile, Frederick Devereux, 3rd Bt.
Pilkington, Mark Leslie
    Pinches, John Harvey, in North Africa, Palestine, Greece and Italy
    Pinsent, Andrew Clive Macpherson ( 1939 )
    Pinsent, Christopher, 3rd Bt.
    Pinsent, Clive ( 1939-1942 ), he was invalided
    Pinsent, James Macpherson
    Pinsent, John Lawrence
    Pinsent, John Ryland
    Pinsent, Michael Roy
Pitman, John
    Pizey, Mark
    Platt, Peter, 2nd Bt. ( 1942-1945 ), he was mentioned in despatches
    Plowden, Piers Standish, where he was mentioned in despatches
Plowden, Richard Anthony Aston
    Plowden, Roger Stanley
    Plowden, William Francis Godfrey
    Plumptre, FitzWalter Brook, 21st Lord FitzWalter, in North-West Europe and India
    Plumptre, Peter Bridges, where he was wounded and became a POW
    Plunkett, Randal Arthur Henry, 18th Lord Dunsany
    Poer, Edmond Robert Arnold, 3rd Count de la Poer
    Poer, John Piers Anthony
    Pollock, David Bertram, 2nd Viscount Hanworth
    Pomeroy Colley, Henry John, in the Royal Air Force
    Pomeroy, Arthur John Cinnamond, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
    Pomeroy, Robert William
    Ponsonby, Arthur Mountifort Longfield, 11th Earl of Bessborough ( 1940-1946 )
    Ponsonby, Ashley Charles Gibbs, 2nd Bt., where he was wounded
    Ponsonby, Chambré Brabazon
    Ponsonby, David Arthur ( 1943-1946 ), in the U.S. Navy
    Ponsonby, Frederick Edward Neuflize, 10th Earl of Bessborough
    Ponsonby, Frederick William, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Ponsonby, George Thomas, where he was severely wounded
    Ponsonby, Gerald John, 6th Baron de Mauley of Canford, where he was wounded
Ponsonby, John Ashley
    Ponsonby, Myles Walter ( 1943-1945 ), where he was wounded
    Ponsonby, Robert Martin Dominic, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Poore, Philip Barry
    Poore, Roger Dennistoun
    Pope, Cuthbert John
    Pope, John Rose, with the Royal Engineers
    Porter, George, Baron Porter of Luddenham
Porter, Thomas Southall
    Pound, Derek Allen, 4th Bt. ( 1941-1946 )
    Poyntz, John Mackay Brace
    Poyntz, John Philip ( 1939-1945 ), in the Royal Air Force
    Pratt, Roderic Arthur Neville, in the Middle East, Italy and Germany, and was wounded
    Prentice, Reginald Ernest, Baron Prentice ( 1942-1946 ), in the Royal Artillery
    Preston, Christopher Edward Martin
    Preston, Jenico Thomas
Preston, Jenico William Richard, 16th Viscount Gormanston
    Preston, Philip Henry Herbert Hulton, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Preston, Robert Francis Hubert
    Preston, Ronald Douglas Hildebrand, 7th Bt.
Preston, Stephen Edward Thomas
Preußen, Oskar Wilhelm Karl Hans Kuno
Preußen, Wilhelm Friedrich Franz Joseph Christian Olaf ( 1939-1940 )
    Prideaux-Brune, Philip Egerton Edmund
    Pringle, Norman Hamilton, of Stichill, 9th Bt.
    Prior-Palmer, Otho Leslie
Pritchard, Peter Harold Howard
    Prittie, Henry Desmond Graham, 6th Baron Dunalley of Kilboy, with the Rifle Brigade, King's African Rifles and Staff in East Africa, Middle East and Far East
    Prittie, Terence Cornelius Farmer ( 1939-1940 ), where he was mentioned in despatches and became a POW
    Puckle, Hugh Noel Murray ( 1942-1944 )
    Purcell-FitzGerald, Edward Maurice, with American Forces
Purcell-FitzGerald, Patrick
Pury, Geoffrey Louis
Putron, Peter
    Pym, Alexander Ruthven
    Pym, Francis Leslie, Baron Pym, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Pym, John, where he was mentioned in despatches
Pym, John George Alexander
    Pym, Martin Jeremy, where he was wounded
    Pym, Roland, in the Royal Artillery
    Pym, Victor Francis
Quadt zu Wykradt und Isny, Alban Paul
Quemper de Lanascol, Gabriel
    Quintal, Charles Martin
Quintal, Edward Allen
    Quintal, Frederick Adolph, in Borneo & New Guinea. After his discharge (15 Jan 1946), he was a taxi driver in Sydney before farming at Kangaroo Valley, NSW. He was a good tennis player, and in his later years, took up lawn
    Quintal, John Hilton Knight
    Quintal, Kenneth Gilbert Campbell
    Quintal, Macey Gregory, with the Royal Australian Air Force
    Quintal, Roy Cornish
Radey, Johann Georg
    Radford, Arthur William
    Rae, John Edward Keith, where he escaped from France in 1940, and fought at El Alamein
    Raikes, Dacre Francis Arthur ( 1943-1946 ), in the Royal Navy
    Rainsford-Hannay, Patrick Ramsay ( 1940-1942 )
    Ralli, Godfrey Victor, 3rd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Ralli, Lucas John, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Ramsay, Alexander Arthur Alphonso David Maule, of Mar, where he was wounded in North Africa in 1943
    Ramsay, Alexander Henry Richard Maule
    Ramsay, Alexander Robert
    Ramsay, George Patrick Maule, where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches
Ramsay, James Surtees Maule
    Ramsay, Simon, 16th Earl of Dalhousie, where he became a POW
Ratibor, Viktor Albrecht Johannes Josef Michael Maria
Rawlinson, Michael Grayson
    Rawlinson, Peter Anthony Grayson, Baron Rawlinson of Ewell, where he was mentioned in despatches
Rawnsley, Derek
    Reilly-Minchin, Henry Falkiner Reilly
Reinach, Jean Pierre
Rennie, John
Reuss zu Köstritz, Heinrich VI ( 1939-1942 )
Reutther von Weyl, Josef Gabriel Maria
Reutther von Weyl, Karl Johannes Maria
Rew, John
Reynell-Pack, Heber, as a Lieutenant with the Grenadier Guards
    Reynolds-Moreton, Claude Anthony
    Rhodes-Moorhouse, William Henry
    Rhys, David Reginald, where he was wounded
Richards, Charles Gordon
    Richardson, Ralph David, in the Fleet Air Arm
    Ridlington, Jack Harry, where he was wounded
    Riley, Christopher John Molesworth
    Riley, John Roland Christopher
Rimington, Reginald Gordon Ward
Ripley, Edward Robert Guy
Ripley, Henry Derek
    Ripley, Hugh George Harley, 4th Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches twice and was wounded
    Ritchie, David James Reoch
    Ritchie, Harold Malcolm, 5th Baron Ritchie of Dundee
Ritchie, Stewart
    Rivett-Carnac, James William, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Robb, Alan
Roberts, unknown son
    Robins, Thomas Ellis, 1st and last Baron Robins ( 1939-1945 )
    Robinson, Isaac Kenneth Blatchley
Robinson, Michael Lister
Roche, George Campbell Adair
Roche, Reginald Rupert Burke
    Roche, Standish O'Grady, 4th Bt.
    Roche, Thomas Gabriel ( 1939-1945 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
Rocque de Severac, Jean-Pierre
Rollo, Norman Chetwynd
    Rollo, Primula Susan, in the Women's Auxiliary Air Force
Rolt, Cecil Francis Burney
Romilly, Esmond Marcus David
Roope, Gerard Broadmead, V.C.
    Roper-Caldbeck, Arthur Terence
    Roper-Caldbeck, George Reginald, where he became a POW
    Roper-Caldbeck, Henry Bertram, where he became a POW
    Roper-Caldbeck, William Noel
    Rose, Charles Vincent Douglas, where he was taken as a POW in Singapore
    Rose, Francis Cyril, 4th Bt. ( 1940-1942 ), in the Royal Air Force, and was invalided
Rose, Hugh William Mackenzie
Ross, Peter
    Rothschild, Edmund Leopold, where he was wounded
    Rothschild, Elie Robert, and was a POW at Colditz
    Rothschild, Guy Edouard Alphonse Paul
    Rothschild, Nathaniel Mayer Victor, 3rd Baron Rothschild, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Rouse-Boughton, Edward Hotham, 13th Bt. ( 1939-1945 )
    Rowan-Hamilton, Angus David, where he became a POW and escaped
    Rowan-Hamilton, Denys Archibald
    Rowan-Hamilton, Gawaine Leslie ( 1942 ), where he became a POW
    Rowley, Charles Samuel, 6th Bt.
    Rowley, George William, 5th Bt. ( 1939-1941 )
    Rowley, Joshua Francis, 7th Bt.
    Rowley, Vivian Charles Beaumont
    Rowley, William Joshua, 6th Bt.
Royle, John Popplewell
    Rudge, John Edward Charles, in the Royal Artillery, and was mentioned in despatches
    Rue, Eric Vincent, 3rd Bt.
Rueff, Albert Marcus
    Ruggles-Brise, Stephen Coope
    Runcie, Robert Alexander Kennedy, Baron Runcie, with the Scots Guards
    Russell, Alaric Charles William
    Russell, Cosmo Rex Ivor, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Russell, David Hastings Gerald
    Russell, Edward Wriothesley Curzon
    Russell, Geoffrey Denis Erskine, 4th Baron Ampthill
    Russell, Guy Herbrand Edward, where he was mentioned in despatches
Russell, James
    Russell, John Hugo, 3rd Baron Ampthill
    Russell, John Ian Robert, 13th Duke of Bedford ( 1939-1940 ), where he was invalided
    Russell, Leopold Oliver
    Russell, Odo George Henry ( 1939-1940 ), where he was wounded, and held as a POW
    Russell, Phyllis Margaret, in the British Red Cross Society, where she was mentioned in despatches
    Russell, Raymond Lennox Somerville
    Russell, Sidney Cumine, of Aden
    Russell, Stephen Alexander Villiers, where he was captured as a prisoner of war
    Russell, Stuart Hugh Minto
Ruxton, Thomas Rawdon
    Ryder, Algernon Frederick Roland Dudley
    Ryder, Archibald Stuart Dudley, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Ryder, Dudley Danvers Granville Coutts, 7th Earl of Harrowby, in India, Java and North-West Europe, where he was wounded
    Ryder, Dudley, 6th Earl of Harrowby
    Ryder, Edward Dorrien Dudley
Ryder, Ernle Terrick Dudley
    Ryder, Frederick Granville Dudley
    Ryder, Hugh Granville Leveson Dudley, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Ryder, John Stuart Terrick Dudley ( 1942-1945 ), where he was wounded
Ryder, Lisle Charles Dudley
    Ryder, Robert Edward Dudley, V.C., where he was mentioned in despatches four times
    Saalfeld, Enzio Heinrich Waldemar Carl ( 1939-1941 )
    Sacher, Michael Moses, with the Royal Army Service Corps
Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha, Dietmar Hubertus Friedrich Wilhelm Philip ( 1939-1943 )
Sachsen-Meiningen, Anton-Ulrich Bernhard Friedrich Ernst ( 1939-1940 )
    Sackville Hamilton, James Berkeley ( 1943-1945 ), with the QVO Madras Sappers and Miners in India, Burma and Malaya, where he was mentioned in despatches
Sackville, Thomas Henry Jordan ( 1941-1943 )
    Sackville, William Herbrand, 10th Earl De La Warr
Salis-Soglio, Antonius
Salm-Salm, Alfred Constantin Augustinus Johannes Bapt Joseph Maria
    Salmon, Frank Robert
    Salmon, Russell
    Salmon, Thomas David, and was mentioned in despatches
    Samuel, Anthony Gerald
    Samuel, Marcus Richard, 3rd Viscount Bearsted ( 1939-1944 ), where he was wounded
    Samuel, Peter Montefiore Samuel, 4th Viscount Bearsted, where he was mentioned in despatches
Satzger von Bálványos, Christian
    Saumarez, James Victor Broke, 6th Baron de Saumarez
    Savile, John Raphael Wentworth, 7th Earl of Mexborough of Lifford
Sayn-Wittgenstein, Heinrich
Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg, Gottfried Stanislaus Paul Friedrich
Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg, Ludwig Ferdinand
Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg, Wolf-Dietrich Casimir Maximilian Ernst
    Saywell, John Evan Hardy, with the Australian Imperial Force
Scarlett, Felix Hugh Lawrence
    Scarlett, James Richard, 8th Baron Abinger
    Scarlett, John Leopold Campbell, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Scarlett, Percy Gerald ( 1939-1942 )
Schaesberg, Eugen
Schaumburg-Lippe, Georg-Wilhelm
Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg, Friedrich Wilhelm ( 1939-1940 )
Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg, Hans Albrecht ( 1939-1944 )
Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg, Johann Georg ( 1939-1941 )
Schnurbein, Maximilian
    Schubert, Guy Edgar
Schönaich-Carolath, Hans Georg
Schönburg-Glauchau, Ernst Heinrich Ferdinand Maria Joseph Anton
Schönburg-Waldenburg, Alfred
Schönburg-Waldenburg, Hugo
    Sclater-Booth, Barbara Amy, in the Women's Royal Naval Service
    Sclater-Booth, Diana Penelope Florence, in theFirst Aid Nursing Yeomanry
    Sclater-Booth, John Limbrey Robert, 3rd Baron Basing of Basin Byflete and of Hoddington, serving with the Royal Engineers Movement Control, Dorset
    Scott, Alan Dudley
    Scott, Douglas Winchester, 2nd Bt.
    Scott, Eric Surtees
    Scott, Eustace Ian
    Scott, Harold Eldon
    Scott, John, 4th Earl of Eldon
Scott, Kenneth Bertram
    Scott, Osmund Stuart, with the Royal Signals
Scrymgeour-Wedderburn, David
    Scrymgeour-Wedderburn, William Alexander
    Sebag-Montefiore, Denzil Charles
    Sebag-Montefiore, Eric Cecil, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Sebag-Montefiore, Harold Henry, with the Royal Air Force
    Sebag-Montefiore, Oliver Robert Marne ( 1939-1945 )
    Sebag-Montefiore, Thomas Henry
    Seeds, James
    Seeds, Robert
    Seely, David Peter, 4th Baron Mottistone
    Seely, Frank James Wriothesley
Seely, Nigel Richard William
    Seely, Victor Basil John, 4th Bt., where he was a prisoner of war from 1941 to 1943, before escaping
    Selby-Lowndes, Geoffrey Howard William
    Sergison-Brooke, Bertram Norman, in Europe and the Middle East
    Sergison-Brooke, Timothy Mark
    Seymour, Adrian John Conway, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Seymour, Christopher George, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
    Seymour, Evelyn Roger
Seymour, Frank Hugh
    Seymour, George Fitzroy ( 1941-1942 ), with the 60th Rifles, and was invalided
    Seymour, George Raymond
    Seymour, George Victor, where he was wounded
Seymour, Henry Frank
    Seymour, Hugh Francis
Seymour, Hugh Wilfred Napier
    Seymour, John Edward, where he was wounded
    Seymour, Leopold Richard
    Seymour, Michael Henry, where he became a POW
Seymour, Paul de Grey Horatio
    Seymour, Vere Hugh, in France, North Africa, India and Germany
    Seymour, William John
    Seymour, William Napier, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Seymour, William Walter
    Shand, Bruce Middleton Hope, where h was wounded, and became a POW in 1942
    Shaw, Thomas Donald Mackay, 3rd Baron Craigmyle ( 1943-1946 )
Shaw-Stewart, Patrick Hugh
    Shaw-Stewart, Walter Guy, 9th Bt. ( 1940 ), in France
    Shawcross, Christopher Nyholm
Sheehan, George Hercus
    Shelley, George Edward
Shephard, Philip Le Roy
    Shirley, John Evelyn ( 1941-1945 )
Shoppee, Charles Tilley Collett, in the Royal Australian Air Force
    Shordiche-Churchward, Paul Rycaut de Shordiche, with the Coldstream Guards
    Short, Edward Watson, Baron Glenamara
Shuttleworth, Richard Ashton
    Sidney, William Philip, 1st Viscount De L'Isle, V.C.
    Sieff, Marcus Joseph, Baron Sieff of Brimpton, in the Middle East
    Sieff, Michael David ( 1939 )
Silva-Tarouca, Karl
Silvertop, David Arthur Henry
    Simonds, Gavin Alexander
Simonds, Malachy James Simonds, in the Royal Air Force
    Simpson, Robert Seymour
    Sinclair, James Roderick, 19th Earl of Caithness
Skene, Nigel Robert Moncrieff
    Slade, Alfred Fothringham, 5th Bt.
    Slade, Gerald Gordon
    Slade, Marcus George Savill, in the Royal Artillery
    Slessor, John Arthur Guinness ( 1943-1945 ), in Northern France
Sloss, Francis Neville
    Smijth-Windham, William Russell, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Smiley, Charles Michael ( 1939-1940 ), where he became a POW
    Smiley, David de Crespigny, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Smiley, Hugh Houston, 3rd Bt.
    Smiley, John Claude
    Smith, David John
    Smith, Ferdinando Dudley Henry Lea, 13th Lord Dudley
    Smith, Frederick John Vivian, 2nd Baron Colwyn, where he was wounded
    Smith, Hugh Adeane Vivian, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Smith, James Frederick Arthur, where he was mentioned in despatches
Smith, James Grant, with the Canadian Army
    Smith, Michael Constantine
Snell, Christopher Villiers Ivan
    Snell, Edmund George Frederick, and became a Prisoner-of-War in Austria or Greece
    Snell, Francis Ivan ( 1942-1946 )
    Snell, Hubert Keith, with the 1st Australian Highway Regiment, and the 1st Australian Engineer Store Baese Depot
    Snook, Glen Townsend, with the Royal Canadian Navy
Solms-Laubach, Karl
    Somerset, Arthur Henry, in the Pacific, in the Royal Australian Navy
    Somerset, Edward Plantagenet ( 1943-1945 ), in the Royal Australian Air Force
    Somerset, FitzRoy Douglas Boscawen, where he was wounded
Somerset, FitzRoy Henry, in the South African Forces
Somerset, John Alexander
    Somerset, John FitzRoy Pechell ( 1942-1945 ), where he was wounded
    Somerset, Raglan FitzRoy, in the South West Pacific with 2/10 Australian Commando Squadron, and was mentioned in despatches
    Somerset-Johnstone, James Veitch
    Somerville, Christopher
    Sowrey, John Adam, where he became an ace in the Western Desert
Spee, Balthasar
    Spencer, Edward Almeric ( 1939-1945 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Spencer, Edward John, 8th Earl Spencer ( 1944-1945 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Spencer, Francis Elmhirst ( 1939-1945 )
    Spencer, John Lawrence ( 1939-1945 )
    Spencer, Richard Augustus ( 1939-1945 )
    Spencer, Victor Alexander, 2nd Viscount Churchill ( 1939-1945 ), in the US Air Force
    Spencer-Churchill, John George ( 1939-1945 )
Speth von Schulzburg, Viktor
    Spielmann, Harold David, taking part in D-Day on Juno Beach with the Canadian Forces
Spread, George Patrick
Spread, Robert Basil
    Spring, Kenneth Arthur
St. Aubyn, Edward FitzRoy
    St. Aubyn, Francis Cecil Ord, 3rd Baron St. Levan of St. Michaels Mount ( 1939-1941 )
    St. Aubyn, Geoffrey Piers
    St. Aubyn, Giles Rowan, where he was invalided
    St. Aubyn, John Francis Arthur, 4th Baron St. Levan of St. Michaels Mount, on mine-sweepers guarding the convoys to Russia
St. Aubyn, Michael John
    St. Aubyn, Oliver Piers, where he was mentioned in despatches
    St. Aubyn, Thomas Edward
    St. John, Michael Beauchamp, as commander of the submarines L26, Traveller, Parthian and Totem
    St. John, Stratford Allan Gerald, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
St. Leger, Anthony Rene
    St. Quintin, Charles Frederic William
Stacpoole, Derek Roderick William
    Stacpoole, George Geoffrey Robert Edward, 6th Duc de Stackpoole
    Stacpoole, Richard Hassard
Stafford-King-Harman, Thomas Edward
    Stamper, Henry William Gilborn
    Stanhope, William Henry Leicester, 11th Earl of Harrington
Stanley, Anthony Hugh
    Stanley, Charles John Geoffrey ( 1940-1945 ), in France and North-West Europe
    Stanley, David William, in the Middle East, North Africa and Italy
Stanley, Desmond Geoffrey, in the Royal Air Force
    Stanley, Edward John, 18th Earl of Derby
    Stanley, Frederick Arthur
    Stanley, Henry Ferdinand
    Stanley, Michael Charles
    Stannus, Graydon Grant Harvey Trevor, in France and Burma
Stanton, John Preston
    Staples, Richard Molesworth, 17th Bt., in Burma
Stengal, Heinrich
    Stephens, Frederick
Stern, John Douglas
Sternau und Hohenau, Gotz-Kraft
    Stevens, Charles Clinton
    Stewart, Alexander David
Stewart, Charles David
Stewart, John Rosley Miller
    Stewart, Keith Ian Douglas, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Stewart, Malcolm
    Stewart, Malise Herbert
    Stewart-Brown, Leslie
    Stewart-Brown, Patrick Abbott
    Stewart-Brown, Philip Harman
    Stewart-Brown, Ronald David, where he was mentioned in despatches
Stewart-Brown, William Sutton
    Stewart-Richardson, Edward James, with the Royal New Zealand Air Force
    Stewart-Richardson, Ian Rorie Hay, of Pitfour, 16th Bt., in Africa and Italy and was mentioned in despatches twice, and was wounded
    Stewart-Richardson, John Charles, with the Royal New Zealand Air Force
    Stewart-Richardson, Torquil Cathel Hugh
    Stewart-Wilson, Ralph Stewart, 11th of Balnakeilly
    Stirling, Archibald David, where he founded the Special Air Service, which operated in the North African desert behind enemy lines
Stirling, Hugh Joseph
Stirling, Hugh Richard
    Stirling, William Joseph, of Keir
    Stirling-Aird, Peter Douglas Miller, of Kippendavie ( 1944-1945 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Stocken, Cyril Alfred
Stockley, Ralph Capel
Stolberg-Wernigerode, Josef Ludwig
Stolberg-Wernigerode, Ludwig-Christian Otto Gustav Alexander Romanus
    Stoney, Bowes Bindon
    Stoney, George Edward
    Stoney, Gerald Johnstone Percy Lipyeatt, with the Royal Canadian Air Force
    Stoney, Ralph Francis Ewart, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Stoney, Richard Edward
    Stoney, Robert Vesey
    Stoney, Thomas Butler, with the Royal Air Force
    Stonor, Pamela Mary, where she was mentioned in despatches
    Stonor, Ralph Robert Watts Sherman, 6th Lord Camoys
    Stoop, Michael
    Stopford Sackville, Nigel Victor, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Stopford, Arthur Robert, in the Royal Air Force
    Stopford, Charles William ( 1940-1943 )
    Stopford, Frederick Victor
    Stopford, James Coverley
    Stopford, James Montagu Burgoyne, 8th Earl of Courtown
    Stopford, Lionel Frederick John ( 1944-1945 )
    Stopford, Michael Robert Horace
    Stopford, Montagu George North, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Stopford, Robert Maurice
    Stopford, Terence Victor
    Stopford, Thomas ( 1939-1945 )
    Stopford, Walter John ( 1939-1942 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Storr, Leycester Penrhyn
Stourton, Athelstan Claud Edward
    Straker-Smith, William Joseph
Strickland, Algernon Guy
Strickland, Claud Dobrée
    Strutt, Alexander Ronald George, 4th Baron Belper, where he was wounded
Strutt, Ivan Cornwallis
    Stuart, Archibald John Morton, 19th Earl of Moray
    Stuart, Burleigh Edward St. Lawrence
Stuart, David Andrew Noel, Viscount Stuart
    Stuart, John William Brownlow, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Stuart, Robert John Ochiltree, Viscount Stuart
    Stuart-Hamilton, Henry Rudston
    Stuart-Hamilton, Michael Hamish Alistair
Stubenberg, Josef-Wolfgang Maria Ernst
    Stucley, Lewis Robert Carew
    Stucley, Peter Francis Carew
    Studdert, Alfred Theodore Stanley
    Studdert, Clay Carter, with U.S. Army Air Force
    Studdert, David Wallace, II
    Studdert, Gordon Robert, with the Royal Australian Air Force
    Studdert, Hugh Patrick
    Studdert, James William
    Studdert, John Handcock
    Studdert, John Milton, with Australian Military Forces
    Studdert, Malcolm Lindsay de Clare, with the Australia Militiary Forces
    Studdert, Mervin Leslie, with the Royal Australian Air Force
    Studdert, Neville L. ( 1939 ), with the Royal Australian Air Force
    Studdert, Reginald Hallam
    Studdert, Richard de Clare, with Australian Military Forces
    Studdert, Robert Hallam
    Studdert, Thomas Copland
    Studdert, Vivien Patricia, n Australian Military Forces
    Studdert, William Walton
    Suenson-Taylor, Kenneth Bent, 2nd Baron Grantchester
Sutton, George Cherrington
Swift, Peter Wilkinson
    Swinscow, Thomas Douglas Victor, and was wounded at Arnhem
    Sykes, John Henry, in Egypt, North Africa and North-West Europe, and was mentioned in despatches
    Sykes, Richard Alexander
Sykes, William Alan Flowerdew
    Symons, Peter Nicholas, with the South Wales Borderers
    Synge, John Steele, with the Australian Imperial Force, in New Guinea
    Synge, Neale Francis
    Synge, Pamela Mary, in the Middle East, and was mentioed in despatches
    Synge, Patrick Millington ( 1943-1945 )
Talbot, Edward Bartle
Talbot, Francis Robert Cecil
Talbot, Gilbert Seymour Wyndham
Talbot, Joseph Francis John
    Tarleton, Gerald Weldon Browne, where he was mentioned in despatches three times
Tarnowski, Wladislaw
    Taylor, Charles Stuart
    Taylor, George, including the North-West Campaign
    Taylor, John Aked, Baron Ingrow
    Taylor, Winifred Cresswell, with the Voluntary Aid Department (V.A.D.) and Women's Auxiliary Corps (W.A.C.) of India, Naval Wing
    Taylour, Douglas Bective Huntingtower ( 1940-1945 )
Taylour, Edward Winchester Tollemache, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Telling, Henry Willis Maxwell
    Tempest, Henry Roger, when he was wounded in Germany
    Tennant, Archibald
    Tennant, John, where he was wounded and became a POW at Tobruk
    Tennant, John Edward
Tennyson-d'Eyncourt, Ralph Eustace Lovett
Thadden, Bogislaw
Thadden, Ernst Dietrich
Thadden, Leopold
    Thatcher, Denis, 1st Bt.
Thenard, Jacques
    Thesiger, Bertram Sackville
Thesiger, Dermot Vigors
    Thesiger, Richard Edward Knight
    Thesiger, Roderic Miles Doughty, where he was wounded twice, and became a POW
    Thomas, Brian Denny, in Royal Air Force Coastal Cmd
    Thomas, Godfrey Michael David, 11th Bt.
    Thomas, Peter John Mitchell, Baron Thomas of Gwydir ( 1939-1941 ), becoming a POW for 1941-45
    Throckmorton, Nicholas Joseph Anthony
Throckmorton, Robert Frederick Anthony
    Throckmorton, Robert George Maxwell, 11th Bt.
    Thubron, Gerald Ernest, in North Italy and Austria
Thun und Hohenstein, August
Thun und Hohenstein, Matteo
Thun und Hohenstein, Oswald
Thungen, Lutz
    Thynne, Brian Sheridan, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Thynne, Christopher William Granville, with the Australian Forces, where he was wounded
    Thynne, Henry Frederick, 6th Marquess of Bath, where he was wounded
    Thynne, John Granville
    Thynne, Oliver St. Maur, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Tickell, Douglas John
    Tindal, Ralph, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Tod, Andrew Leonard Fayrer Keith
    Toler-Aylward, Victor George, when he was mentioned in despatches
    Tollemache, Humphrey Douglas
    Tors, Ivan, with the U.S. Army Air Force
    Tottenham, George Robert
    Towers-Clark, William Tidswell ( 1940-1944 )
    Townsend, Cyril Moseley, where he was wounded and evacuated at Dunkirk, and in Burma and India
    Townsend, David Franks
    Townsend, Edward Richard
    Townsend, Edward Walter
    Townsend, Peter Woolridge
    Townsend, Philip Arthur
    Townsend, Reginald Philip
    Townsend, Richard Uniacke Denny, with the Merchant Service and Intelligence Corps
    Townshend, Charles Richard de Bunsen Loftus
    Townshend, Edward Arthur Penderell Loftus
    Townshend, Richard Denis Hare
    Trafford, Edward Willoughby
    Trafford, Hubert Edmund Francis, with King's Own Malta Regiment
Traill, Anthony
    Traill, Anthony O'Brien
Traill, David Anthony, with the Royal Air Force
    Traill, Henry Austin, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Traill, Henry Francis O'Brien, where he became a POW in Singapore
    Traill, William Walter Alan, with East African Forces
    Trefusis, Henry
    Trefusis, Robert John Rodolph
    Trench, Antony Barclay ( 1939-1943 ), where he was captured and held as a POW
    Trench, Bernard Frederic
    Trench, David Clive Crosbie ( 1939 ), with the Solomon Islands Defence Force
Trench, Desmond Ernest Crosbie
    Trench, Dudley Oliver, 5th Baron Ashtown, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Trench, George Shan Crosbie, where he was mentioned and dispatches, and captured and held as a POW
Trench, John Cecil Oliver
Trench, John Patrick
    Trench, Nigel Clive Cosby, 7th Baron Ashtown, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Trench, Peter Crosbie
Trench-Gascoigne, Douglas Wilder
Trenchard, Hugh
Trevor-Roper, John Cadwaladr
Trevor-Roper, Ranulf
Trevor-Roper, Richard Dacre
Tristram, William Barrington
    Trollope, Anthony Owen Clavering, 16th Bt., with the 2nd/5th Field Regimen,t Royal Australian Artillery in the Middle East and New Guinea
Trotha, Wolf-Ulrich
    Truscott, Denis Henry
    Turville-Constable-Maxwell, David
Tuyll van Serooskerken, Alexander Frederik
Tweedie, Hugo Douglas
Twickel, Ignatius
Twickel, Ludwig
    Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, Cecil Wingfield
    Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, David Eustace Martindale, where he was wounded
Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, Ingelram Ivo
    Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, Ivo Murray, 14th Baron Saye and Sele ( 1939-1941 )
    Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, Michael Yorke ( 1940-1943 )
Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes, Ranulph, 2nd Bt.
    Tyler, Richard
    Tyndale-Biscoe, Robert McIver ( 1940-1942 ), with the Royal Air Force, Intelligence
Tyndale-Biscoe, Wilfred Julian, with the Royal Marines
Tyrwhitt, Lionel Rupert Knyvet, where he was mentioned in despatches four times
Ueberacker, Friedrich
    Upjohn, Clive Henry Critchett
    Upjohn, Gerald Ritchie, Baron Upjohn ( 1939-1945 )
Van de Weyer, Adrian John Bates
    Van de Weyer, Sylvain Victor Bates ( 1939-1945 )
    Vanden-Bempde-Johnstone, Felix Gilbert
    Vanderbilt, Alfred Gwynne, Jr., where he commanded a PT boat
    Vane-Tempest, Francis Charles Joseph
    Vanneck, Gerard Charles Arcedeckne, 6th Baron Huntingfield of Heveningham Hall, in the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
    Vanneck, Peter Beckford Rutgers
    Vans Agnew, John Burns, of Baronbarroch
    Vaughan, Edmund Bernard Malet
    Vaughan, John David Malet, 8th Earl of Lisburne
    Vavasour, Bede Joseph Stourton
    Vereker, Charles William Medlicott
    Vereker, Colin Leopold Prendergast, 8th Viscount Gort, where he was mentioned in despatches
Vereker, Derek Standish
    Vereker, John Cayzer Medlicott
Vereker, John Herbert Radcliffe Medlicott
    Vereker, John Standish Surtees Prendergast, 6th Viscount Gort, V.C.
Vereker, Patrick Brian
    Vereker, Stanley Lloyd Medlicott
    Verner, James William Hay
Verner, John Wingfield
Verner, Laurence Hubert
    Verney, David
    Verney, Hugh Alexander, where he was wounded
    Verney, John, 2nd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Verney, Lawrence John
    Verney, Ralph Bruce, 5th Bt.
    Verney, Stephen Edmund
    Verney-Cave, Ambrose Jordan
    Verney-Cave, Thomas Adrian, 7th Lord Braye
Vernon, John Hamo Jackson
    Vernon, Nigel John Douglas, 4th Bt.
    Vesey, Christopher Thomas, where he was wounded
    Vesey, John Eustace, 6th Viscount de Vesci of Abbey Leix, where he was a POW
    Vesey, Osbert Eustace
Vesey, Thomas George
    Vestey, William Howarth
    Vidal, Eugene Luther, Jr., with the U.S. Army Reserve as master of an Army supply boat in the Aleutians
Vignon, Sixte
    Villiers, Algernon Richard John, in France and Iceland
    Villiers, Anthony Henry Heber
    Villiers, Charles English Hyde
    Villiers, David Hugh, where he was mentioned in despatches twice
    Villiers, Edmund Rollo Stanley, with the Royal Air Force Volunteer Reserve
    Villiers, Francis Berkeley Hyde
    Villiers, Geoffrey Richard
    Villiers, George Dumba
    Villiers, Gerald Berkeley
    Villiers, John Michael, where she was mentioned in despatches
    Villiers, Kenneth Charles Howard, in Burma and Far East, where he was wounded
    Villiers, Patrick
    Villiers, Richard Montagu, where he was wounded and mentioned in despatches
    Villiers, Robert Alexander, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Villiers, Thomas Hyde
    Villiers, William Amherst, with the Royal Air Force
    Villiers, William Nicholas Somers Laurence Hyde
    Villiers-Stuart, Charles Henry, with the Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire Light Infantry
Vittinghof, Friedrich Wilhelm Alexander Maria Hubertus, gennant Schell zu Schellenburg
Vittinghof, Johannes Nepomuk, gennant Schell zu Schellenburg
Vogue, Charles-Louis
    Vosper, Dennis Forwood, Baron Runcorn ( 1939-1946 ), with the Cheshire Regiment
Vousden, George Valentine
Wadeson, George Francis
Wadham, Geoffrey Wyndham
    Wagstaff, Norman R.
    Wake, Geoffrey St. Aubyn
    Wake, Hereward, 14th Bt.
    Wake, Herwald Molyneux Sitwell
    Wake, Hugh, and was mentioned in despatches twice
    Wake, Peter, where he was wounded
    Wake, Roger, where he was mentioned in despatches and was wounded
Waldegrave, John Montagu Granville ( 1939-1944 )
    Walker, Claude Frederick, where he was mentioned in dispatches twice
Wallace, David John
Wallace, Donald Charles, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Wallace, Malcolm Robert, of that Ilk ( 1941-1945 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
Wallenberg, Horst
    Walrond, Henry Humphrey Richard Methwold, with the Royal Army Pay Corps
    Walrond, William George Hood, 2nd Baron Walrond ( 1939-1945 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
Walters, Michael John Priaulx
Walters, Robert Vincent de Sausmarez
    Walthall, Leigh Edward Delves
Wangenheim, Götz
Warburton-Lee, Bernard Armitage, V.C.
Ward, Anthony Bangor
    Ward, Diana ( 1941-1946 ), serving with the St. John Ambulance Brigade and Women's Royal Naval Service
    Ward, Edward Frederick
    Ward, Edward John Sutton
    Ward, Edwin James Greenfield, in the King's Dragoon Guards
    Ward, Hamilton Frederick
    Ward, James Palmer, in North Africa and Italy
    Ward, Julian Humble Dudley, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Ward, Richard Erskine
Ward, Richard Thomas
    Ward, Roderick John
    Ward, William Humble David, 4th Earl of Dudley, where he was wounded
    Ward-Boughton-Leigh, Percy Wilfrid Theodosius
    Warner, John William ( 1945 )
Warrand, Selwyn John Power
    Warren, Ernest Wilfred, where he was wounded
Warren, John Anthony Crosby
    Warrender, Harold John
    Warrender, Simon George
    Waterlow, Anthony Edgar Russell
    Waterlow, Peter Rupert
    Waterlow, Ronald James Charlton, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Waterlow, Thomas Gordon, 3rd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
    Waterlow, William James, 2nd Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches
Waters, Eric Fletcher
    Watson, Thomas Gavin, and was mentioned in despatches
    Watson, William Douglas ( 1939-1945 ), where he was mentioned in despatches twice
Watt, Terence Andrew Alfred
    Waugh, Alexander Raban, in France, Syria and Iraq
    Waugh, Arthur Evelyn St. John, in the Royal Marines, serving in Crete and Yugoslavia
Wavell, Archibald John Arthur, 2nd Earl Wavell ( 1939-1945 ), where he was wounded
    Wavell, Archibald Percival, 1st Earl Wavell ( 1939-1943 )
Wedderburn-Ogilvy, Donald Stephen
    Weeks, Ronald Morce, 1st and last Baron Weeks ( 1939-1945 )
    Weld Forester, Cecil George Wilfred, 7th Baron Forester of Willey Park
    Weld-Blundell, George Frederick
    Weld-Forester, Charles Robert Cecil ( 1939-1940 ), where he was mentioned in dispatches twice and became a POW
    Wellesley, Arthur Valerian, 8th Duke of Wellington ( 1939-1945 ), serving in the Middle East, Italy and North-West Europe
    Wellesley, Denis Arthur, 5th Earl Cowley, with the Royal Air Force
    Wellesley, George ( 1939-1945 )
    Wellesley, Gerald, 7th Duke of Wellington ( 1939-1945 )
Wellesley, Henry Valerian George, 6th Duke of Wellington ( 1939-1943 )
    Wellesley, Richard ( 1939-1945 )
    Wellesley, Violet Evelyn ( 1939-1945 )
Wellesley-Colley, Philip Anthony
Wellings, Donald Maitland
    Wells, George Crichton
Wendt, Carl
    Wentworth-Stanley, Charles Wroughton ( 1940-1946 ), where he was mentioned in despatches
    Wentworth-Stanley, Geoffrey David
    Wentworth-Stanley, Oliver Montagu, in North Africa, Italy, France and Germany
Wernher, George Michael Alexander
    West, Augustus Cuthbert Erskine
    West, Dudley Somerset Erskine
Westarp, Georg-Viktor
    Westenra, William, 5th/6th Baron Rossmore of Monaghan
Westphalen zu Furstenberg, Carl Philipp
    Westropp, Edward Ralph Shotton
    Westropp, Lionel Henry Mountifort
    Westropp, Victor John Eric
    Westwood, Jack, in the Royal Australian Air Force
    Westwood, Robert Evelyn Ross
    Whately-Smith, Anthony R. W.
    Wheatley-Hubbard, Evelyn Raymond
White, Dermot Grove
    White, Elizabeth Patricia, in the Women's Auxiliary Air Force
    White, Headley Dymoke, 3rd Bt.
    White, Lynton Stuart, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Whitefoord, Anthony
    Whitefoord, Hugh Penry ( 1945 )
    Whitefoord, Neil Steuart Patrick
    Whitefoord, Philip Geoffrey, with the BEF in France
    Whitehead, Gilbert Rathbone
    Whitehead, John Chase
    Whitehead, Philip Henry Rathbone, 4th Bt., with the Intelligence Corps
    Whitelaw, William Stephen Ian, 1st and last Viscount Whitelaw
Whiting, Jack Maxwell
    Whitney, John Hay, where he became a POW, but escaped
Wielopolski, Jan
    Wilberforce, Richard Orme, Baron Wilberforce, with the Royal Artillery
Wilberforce, William Basil Samuel Joseph Anthony Edward
    Wild, Charles Edric Verney
    Williams, Basil Edward Grover ( 1939-1945 )
Williams, Neville Glyn
    Williams, William Law, 8th Bt.
    Williams, unknown son
    Williamson, Alexander Fergus Forbes
    Williamson, David Archibald Forbes
    Williamson, John Archibald Harford, 3rd Baron Forres
Williamson, William Hedworth
    Willis, Algernon Usborne
    Willock, Robert Peel
Willoughby, Bernard
    Wills, Edward Robert Hamilton, where he was wounded
    Wills, Frederick Anthony Hamilton, 2nd Baron Dulverton
    Wills, Hugh David Hamilton
Wills, Michael Desmond Hamilton
    Wilson, Arthur Denis
    Wilson, Eric Charles Twelves, V.C.
    Wilson, James Robertson, of Airdrie, 2nd Bt.
Wilson, John
    Wilson, Richard O'Brien
    Winant, John Gilbert, Jr., where he became a POW
    Windham, James Steuart, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Windham, William Evan, where he was mentioned in despatches
Windisch-Grätz, Gottlieb
Windisch-Grätz, Hugo
    Wingate, Reginald Eric Lennard, and was mentioned in despatches
    Winnington, Francis Salwey William, 6th Bt., where he was mentioned in despatches and became a POW
    Winnington, Thomas Foley Churchill
    Winnington-Ingram, Arthur Francis
    Winnington-Ingram, Charles Alfred
    Winnington-Ingram, Richard Sullivan, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Wodehouse, Armine Boyle ( 1942-1945 ), with Grenadier Guards
    Wodehouse, Cenric Nourse
    Wodehouse, Edmond
    Wodehouse, John, 4th Earl of Kimberley ( 1942-1945 )
    Wodehouse, Lionel von Tempsky ( 1943-1946 ), with the Royal Army Service Corps
Wodehouse, Norman Atherton
    Wodehouse, Patrick Armine ( 1940-1946 )
    Wodehouse, Philip George
    Wolff Metternich zur Gracht, Ferdinand
Wolff Metternich zur Gracht, Hugo
Wolff Metternich zur Gracht, Peter
Wontner-Smith, Andrew O'Neill, in the Royal Air Force
    Wood, Bernard Page Western
    Wood, Charles Ingram Courtenay, 2nd Earl of Halifax
Wood, Francis Hugh Peter Courtenay
    Wood, John Arthur Haigh, 2nd Bt. ( 1940-1944 )
    Wood, John Stuart Page, 6th Bt.
    Wood, Matthew Wakefield Drury
    Wood, Richard Frederick, Baron Holderness ( 1941-1943 ), where he was severely wounded and lost both legs
Wood, Russell
    Wright, Basil Owen ( 1939-1945 )
    Wright, Margaret Patricia, and was mentioned in despatches
    Wright, Noel Nithsdale ( 1939-1945 )
    Wright, Philip Norman
    Wright, Rupert Anthony ( 1939-1945 )
Wucherer von Huldenfeld, Georg Otto
Wuthenau, Traugott-Helo
    Wykeham, Godfrey Charles Herbert, and was mentioned in despatches
Wyndham, David Francis
    Wyndham, Mark Hugh, in the Middle East, Italy and Palestine, and was wounded twice
    Wyndham-Quin, Valentine Maurice, where he was mentioned in despatches four times
    Wynn, Robert Charles Michael Vaughan, 7th Baron Newborough, where he was captured as a Prisoner of War, and held at Colditz
    Wynne-Finch, John Charles
    Wynne-Finch, William Heneage
Yager, Francis Leslie
    Yarburgh-Bateson, Richard Arthur, 6th Baron Deramore of Belvoir
    Yarburgh-Bateson, Stephen Nicholas, 5th Baron Deramore of Belvoir, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Yarde-Buller, John Reginald Henry
    Yarde-Buller, Richard Francis Roger, 4th Baron Churston of Churston Ferrers and Lupton
    Yeaman, Edward Francis
    Yelverton, Barry Goring ( 1944-1945 ), in the New Zealand Forces
    Yerburgh, John Maurice Armstrong, in the Irish Guards
    Yerburgh, Oscar Guy de Bunsen, in the Royal Air Force
    Yerburgh, Richard Eustre Marryat ( 1940-1946 )
Yorke, Alexander Peden
    Yorke, Arthur Philip Denys
    Yorke, Charles Anthony
    Yorke, David Christopher, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Yorke, George Cockburn, where he was mentioned in despatches
    Yorke, James John Simon
Yorke, Patrick Langdon
    Yorke, Philip Cecil Langdon
    Yorke, Philip Gerard
    Yorke, Simon Algernon
    Young, Henry Lawrence Savill, where he was mentioned in despatches
Young, Jasper Peter
    Younger, Charles Frank Johnston
ffrench-Davis, Francis Holdsworth
    Count equals 4865 individuals.

Second World War|with the Fleet Air Arm
    Maitland-Heriot, Frederick Euan ( 1944-1945 )
    Count equals 1 individual.

St. Navaire Raid
    Ryder, Robert Edward Dudley, V.C. ( 27 Mar 1942 ), where he commanded H.M.S. Campbeltown
    Count equals 1 individuals.

Total count equals 4900 individuals.


=killed in action or mortally wounded during this battle/war