Distinguished Flying Cross (DFC).  The DFC was awarded to officers and warrant officers for an act or acts of valor, courage or devotion to duty performed while flying in active operations against the enemy.  For services during the Great War, the London Gazette announced the award of the Distinguished Flying Cross (DFC) to members of the flying services 1,195 times:  Supplement to the London Gazette, 5 December 1919.

World War I Military Medals and Decorations - Great Britain - Distinguished Flying Cross (DFC)

Full Dress February 1799 Fashions of London and Paris, February 1799. “London Full Dress”. This magazine was only the second British publication after the London Gazette.

Full Dress February 1799 Fashions of London and Paris, February “London Full Dress”. This magazine was only the second British publication after the London Gazette.

Official: The London Gazette, Britain's most prestigious journal, carried the 'extraordinary' announcement of the baby's birth (Daily Mail)

The royal wave: Baby Cambridge greets the world as proud parents Kate and William take their tiny son home to Kensington Palace

The London Gazette, Britain's most prestigious journal, carried the 'extraordinary' announcement of the baby's birth

On this day 1665 – The London Gazette,the oldest surviving journal, is first published.  Her Majesty’s Stationery Office took over the publication of the London Gazette in 1889.  Publication was transferred to the private sector, under government supervision in the 1990s.  There is in fact a Manor of Wellington in Shropshire, what an impressive title that makes, Lord and Lady of Wellington. For assistance in finding a special lordship title email on ltaylor@manorial.co.uk

The London Gazette The London Gazette (and its sister journals the Edinburgh and Belfast Gazettes) provide an official record of the UK government but the primary interest for most people is the bankruptcy records .

And, of course, there would be no journalism were it not for the printing press. This is a copy of the London Gazette, which was the first regularly published newspaper, and began as the Oxford Gazette in 1665.

Changes in Media Over the Past 550 Years

And, of course, there would be no journalism were it not for the printing press. This is a copy of the London Gazette, which was the first regularly published newspaper, and began as the Oxford Gazette in

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The London Gazette issue of March 1-4 1806, covering the funeral of William Pitt. Also available to read online here: http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/15895/pages/277

The London Gazette issue of March 1-4 1806, covering the funeral of William Pitt. Also available to read online here: http://www.london-gazette.co.uk/issues/15895/pages/277

Louise is author of the book “A Fine Brother – The Life of Captain Flora Sandes” which charts the amazing story of the only British woman commissioned as an officer in the Serbian army during WW1. Louise has also spoken to Serbian audiences in Britain about the sacrifices of British and especially Scottish women on the Serbian front.  Louise Miller Photo  News of the honour was published in the government’s official newspaper, The London Gazette last week. Louise Emma Miller is honoured with…

We speak with historian and author Louise Miller who has been honoured in the Queen’s Birthday Awards 2016 for fostering good Anglo-Serbian relations.

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securelyonafairywing:  yeoldenews:  The London Gazette used to print threatening letters received by various politicians/noblemen and offer rewards for the capture of the authors of said letters. Many of them are quite wonderful. It’s like reading a selection of the finest 200 year old YouTube comments. (source: The London Gazette, June 18, 1785.)  I am Bloody Infernal Bigotted Gordon, (which will soon be) Your Destruction. Dying.

securelyonafairywing: “yeoldenews: “ The London Gazette used to print threatening letters received by various politicians/noblemen and offer rewards for the capture of the authors of said.

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