MULLEN George Harry
51339 Sergeant, Princess Patricia's Canadian Light Infantry
Legion of Frontiersmen, Canada

Victoria Cross
Gazetted 11 January 1918, p723
No. 51339 Sjt. George Harry Mullin, MM., Can. Inf.  For most conspicuous bravery in attack, when single-handed he captured a
commanding "Pill-box" which had withstood the heavy bombardment and was causing heavy casualties to our forces and holding up the
attack. He rushed a sniper's post in front, destroyed the garrison with bombs, and, crawling on to the top of the "Pill-box," he shot the two
machine-gunners with his revolver. Sjt. Mullin then rushed to another entrance and compelled the garrison of ten to surrender. His gallantry
and fearlessness were witnessed by many, and, although rapid fire was directed upon him, and his clothes riddled by bullets, he never
faltered in his purpose and he not only helped to save the situation, but also indirectly saved many lives.

Military Medal
Gazetted 16 February 1917, Supp 29953, p1757.
For his conduct on the occasion of the successful attack by the Canadian Corps on Vimy Ridge in April 1917, he received the Military Medal.

Mention in Despatches

Victoria Cross
Military Medal
British War Medal
Victory Medal
Mention in Despatches

Born 15 August 1892 Portland, Oregon, United States
Died 5 April 1963 Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada
Buried at Moosomin South Side Cemetery, Moosomin, Saskatchewan, Canada

Behobeho          East Africa 1915 - 1917          Nyangao          Kilimanjaro          Great War 1917          Belgium 1914 -18
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