The Complete NZ Distinguished Conduct Medal
The Distinguished Conduct Medal (DCM) was instituted in 1854 and is the oldest British award for gallantry. It was awarded to non commissioned officers and other ranks of the Army for distinguished conduct in the field. Over 500 DCMs have been awarded to New Zealanders.
This is an account of the New Zealand recipients of the Distinguished Conduct Medal from the earliest times of the South African war to the present time; together with brief biographical notes and details of their entitlement to other Medals, Orders and Decorations.
An invaluable tool for researchers and regarded as the definitive work in this area.