MILITARY M.B.E. & EPHEMERA TO MAJOR VINCENT ROSE, R.A.

*** RESERVED *** Military M.B.E. in case of issue accompanied by Buckingham Palace Investiture slip to Captain (Temporary Major) Vincent Rose, M.B.E., signed 467 Officer's Messa dinner menu to Major V. Rose, M.B.E. 18 June 1945, large original photograph of Mr and Mrs Rose at Buckingham Palce and copy of 'Roof Over Britain', the official story of the A.A. Defences 1939-45.
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M.B.E. Gazetted 10 Apr 1945. Major Vincent Rose was commissioned 2nd Lieutenant from 122nd/123rd/133rd Officer Cadet Training Unit on 10 Aug 1940  is also entitled to the Efficiency Medal, Gazetted 17 June 1949. 467 Company (later Battery) was a newly-built drill hall at Vicarage Road, Heston, Hounslow. It housed Anti-Aircraft units of the 72nd (Middlesex) Searchlight Regiment, Royal Artillery, manned by part-time members of the Territorial Army.