A MAGNIFICENT WW2, ORDER OF THE BATH. (C.B. Military) with DISTINGUISHING SERVICE CROSS (1943) & “IMMEDIATE” BAR (1945) with M.I.D. Group of 11. To: Lt-Rear Admiral G.C. CROWLEY. R.N.

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A MAGNIFICENT WW2, ORDER OF THE BATH. (C.B. Military) with DISTINGUISHING SERVICE CROSS (1943) & “IMMEDIATE” BAR (1945) with M.I.D. Group of 11. To: Lt-Rear Admiral G.C. CROWLEY. R.N. 
A MAGNIFICENT WW2, ORDER OF THE BATH. (C.B. Military) with DISTINGUISHING SERVICE CROSS (1943) & “IMMEDIATE” BAR (1945) with M.I.D. Group of 11. To: Lt-Rear Admiral G.C. CROWLEY. R.N. 
A MAGNIFICENT WW2, ORDER OF THE BATH. (C.B. Military) with DISTINGUISHING SERVICE CROSS (1943) & “IMMEDIATE” BAR (1945) with M.I.D. Group of 11. To: Lt-Rear Admiral G.C. CROWLEY. R.N. 
A MAGNIFICENT WW2, ORDER OF THE BATH. (C.B. Military) with DISTINGUISHING SERVICE CROSS (1943) & “IMMEDIATE” BAR (1945) with M.I.D. Group of 11. To: Lt-Rear Admiral G.C. CROWLEY. R.N.

















A MAGNIFICENT WW2, ORDER OF THE BATH. (C.B. Military)
with DISTINGUISHING SERVICE CROSS (1943)
& “IMMEDIATE” BAR (1945) with M.I.D. Group of 11.

To: A MAGNIFICENT WW2, ORDER OF THE BATH. (C.B. Military) with DISTINGUISHING SERVICE CROSS (1943) & “IMMEDIATE” BAR (1945) with M.I.D. Group of 11. To: Lt-Rear Admiral G.C. CROWLEY. R.N. 
REAR ADMIRAL GEORGE CLEMENT CROWLEY. R.N.

A MAGNIFICENT WW2, ORDER OF THE BATH. (C.B. Military) with DISTINGUISHING SERVICE CROSS (1943) & “IMMEDIATE” BAR (1945) with M.I.D. Group of 11. To: Lt-Rear Admiral G.C. CROWLEY. R.N. 
[THE MEDALS]
ORDER OF THE BATH. (C.B. Military)
DSC (1943) & “IMMEDIATE” BAR (1945)



A MAGNIFICENT WW2, ORDER OF THE BATH. (C.B. Military) with DISTINGUISHING SERVICE CROSS (1943) & “IMMEDIATE” BAR (1945) with M.I.D. Group of 11. To: Lt-Rear Admiral G.C. CROWLEY. R.N. 
Cross Contemporary Engraved:
“LIEUT G.C. CROWLEY. R.N.”



A MAGNIFICENT WW2, ORDER OF THE BATH. (C.B. Military) with DISTINGUISHING SERVICE CROSS (1943) & “IMMEDIATE” BAR (1945) with M.I.D. Group of 11. To: Lt-Rear Admiral G.C. CROWLEY. R.N. 
Cross Officially Dated: 1943
(Hallmark ‘G” London 1942) S.G.


A MAGNIFICENT WW2, ORDER OF THE BATH. (C.B. Military) with DISTINGUISHING SERVICE CROSS (1943) & “IMMEDIATE” BAR (1945) with M.I.D. Group of 11. To: Lt-Rear Admiral G.C. CROWLEY. R.N.



A MAGNIFICENT WW2, ORDER OF THE BATH. (C.B. Military) with DISTINGUISHING SERVICE CROSS (1943) & “IMMEDIATE” BAR (1945) with M.I.D. Group of 11. To: Lt-Rear Admiral G.C. CROWLEY. R.N. 
Bar Officially Dated: 1945


1939-45 Star
Atlantic Star (France & Germany)
Africa Star
Burma Star (Pacific)
War Medal (M.I.D.)
U.N. Korea Medal (KOREA)
(* also entitled to a Defence Medal)

A MAGNIFICENT WW2, ORDER OF THE BATH. (C.B. Military) with DISTINGUISHING SERVICE CROSS (1943) & “IMMEDIATE” BAR (1945) with M.I.D. Group of 11. To: Lt-Rear Admiral G.C. CROWLEY. R.N. 
A MAGNIFICENT WW2, ORDER OF THE BATH. (C.B. Military) with DISTINGUISHING SERVICE CROSS (1943) & “IMMEDIATE” BAR (1945) with M.I.D. Group of 11. To: Lt-Rear Admiral G.C. CROWLEY. R.N. 
[BIOGRAPHY]
George Clement Crowley was born on 9th June 1916, son of Charles E.L.Crowley and Beatrice C. Crowley. He married Una M. Jell in 1948 , a marriage which produces two sons. Educated at Pangbourne College. Served as a Royal Naval Cadet, HMS FROBISHER, 1933. Served in China and New Zealand 1934-1939. Served in HMS NESTOR (Destroyer) on escort duty for Malta convoys.

[WORLD WAR 2 SERVICE]
Served in destroyers, Commanding HMS WALPOLE 1943-45
Commanding HMS TENACIOUS, 1945-46 (M.I.D.)

[DISTINGUISHED SERVICE CROSS]
L.G. 1st January 1943.

[“BAR” TO DISTINGUISHED SERVICE CROSS] “IMMEDIATE”
L.G. 10th APRIL 1945.

A MAGNIFICENT WW2, ORDER OF THE BATH. (C.B. Military) with DISTINGUISHING SERVICE CROSS (1943) & “IMMEDIATE” BAR (1945) with M.I.D. Group of 11. To: Lt-Rear Admiral G.C. CROWLEY. R.N. 
(ACTION WITH E-BOATS, SCHELDT ESTUARY, 22/23-12-1944)

“For gallantry, skill and leadership in an engagement with enemy E Boats whilst serving H.M. Ships Walpole, Curzon and Torrington and the light coastal forces” “HMS WALPOLE has had several encounters with E Boats during the last five months and in every case Lieutenant Commander Crowley has handled and fought his ship with marked ability. The engagement on the night of 22nd /23rd December 1944 was a fitting climax to the series: on this occasion the WALPOLE was so placed that two separate groups of E boats came into her patrol zone, both groups were very roughly treated and it was due largely to Crowley’s sound appreciations, as well as to his skilful and determined handling that one E boat was destroyed, and another almost certainly destroyed and several damaged.”

A MAGNIFICENT WW2, ORDER OF THE BATH. (C.B. Military) with DISTINGUISHING SERVICE CROSS (1943) & “IMMEDIATE” BAR (1945) with M.I.D. Group of 11. To: Lt-Rear Admiral G.C. CROWLEY. R.N. 
A MAGNIFICENT WW2, ORDER OF THE BATH. (C.B. Military) with DISTINGUISHING SERVICE CROSS (1943) & “IMMEDIATE” BAR (1945) with M.I.D. Group of 11. To: Lt-Rear Admiral G.C. CROWLEY. R.N. 
[MENTIONED IN DESPATCHES]
11th June 1946.

(Command of HMS TENACIOUS in Far East.)
“ For distinguished services during the war in the Far East”


A MAGNIFICENT WW2, ORDER OF THE BATH. (C.B. Military) with DISTINGUISHING SERVICE CROSS (1943) & “IMMEDIATE” BAR (1945) with M.I.D. Group of 11. To: Lt-Rear Admiral G.C. CROWLEY. R.N. 
[ORDER OF THE BATH. (C.B. Military) ]
L.G. 8th June 1968. (With Original Case)

A MAGNIFICENT WW2, ORDER OF THE BATH. (C.B. Military) with DISTINGUISHING SERVICE CROSS (1943) & “IMMEDIATE” BAR (1945) with M.I.D. Group of 11. To: Lt-Rear Admiral G.C. CROWLEY. R.N. 
A MAGNIFICENT WW2, ORDER OF THE BATH. (C.B. Military) with DISTINGUISHING SERVICE CROSS (1943) & “IMMEDIATE” BAR (1945) with M.I.D. Group of 11. To: Lt-Rear Admiral G.C. CROWLEY. R.N. 
A MAGNIFICENT WW2, ORDER OF THE BATH. (C.B. Military) with DISTINGUISHING SERVICE CROSS (1943) & “IMMEDIATE” BAR (1945) with M.I.D. Group of 11. To: Lt-Rear Admiral G.C. CROWLEY. R.N.











Court Mounted as worn by the recipient. An excellent multi gallantry group to a high ranking naval officer with much distinguished pre & post war service. Includes a good research file and copies of official papers and a compelling 100 page autobiography by the Rear Admiral which gives a clear history of his life and service in the Royal Navy.

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A MAGNIFICENT WW2, ORDER OF THE BATH. (C.B. Military) with DISTINGUISHING SERVICE CROSS (1943) & “IMMEDIATE” BAR (1945) with M.I.D. Group of 11. To: Lt-Rear Admiral G.C. CROWLEY. R.N.

A MAGNIFICENT WW2, ORDER OF THE BATH. (C.B. Military) with DISTINGUISHING SERVICE CROSS (1943) & “IMMEDIATE” BAR (1945) with M.I.D. Group of 11. To: Lt-Rear Admiral G.C. CROWLEY. R.N.
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A MAGNIFICENT WW2, ORDER OF THE BATH. (C.B. Military) with DISTINGUISHING SERVICE CROSS (1943) & “IMMEDIATE” BAR (1945) with M.I.D. Group of 11. To: Lt-Rear Admiral G.C. CROWLEY. R.N.