The Distinguished Conduct Medal, awarded to Tesar in 1942 after the siege of Tobruk. Tesar was one of the youngest recipients of this award from the Duke of Gloucester, at nineteen years of age
Ring cast from a British florin (two shillings). The side not in view bears the inscription: "Czechoslovakian Army Abroad. Great Britain, 1944"
A soldier's service and paybook carried all of the individuals essential information for service, including certifications and trainings, rates of pay and a soldier's Will, as shown here
Peter Tesar as a Section Commander in the Royal Army Services Corps, 1941
New recruit Peter Tesar, shortly after enlisting in the British Army, 1940
"We haven't got any weapons yet but we might get them. We had three rifles for five men"