Robert Davies (GC)

Robert Davies (GC)

Lieutenant Robert John Davies GC (3 October 1900 – 27 September 1975) distinguished himself during the Second World War with the Royal Engineers and was awarded the George Cross (GC) for the heroism he displayed in defusing a bomb which threatened to destroy St Paul's Cathedral on 12 September 1940.

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