HULME, Alfred Clive  
Name:  Hulme, Alfred Clive
Date of birth:  January 24th, 1911 (Dunedin, New Zealand)
Date of death:  September 3th, 1982 (Tauranga, New Zealand)
Nationality:  New Zealander ??
Rank: Sergeant
Unit: 23rd. Battalion, 2nd. N.Z.E.F., Canterbury Regiment, New Zealand Exp. Force
Received on: 7 October 1941
Action: During 20/28 May 1941 in Crete, Greece, Sergeant Hulme displayed various acts of bravery, perseverance and excellent leadership. He managed to beat off an enemy attack near Maleme, he cleared a school building in Galatos of enemy troops with the use of fragmentation grenades, put five enemy snipers out of action near Suda Bay and put a mortar position and three enemy snipers out of action near Styles.
Details: Alfred Hulme is buried at the Dudley Cemetery, Puke, Auckland, New Zealand.
Sergeant Hulme’s Victoria Cross is publicly displayed at the QEII Army Memorial Museum, Waioruru, New Zealand.
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Information source(s):   - Victoria Cross Reference
- The Register of the Victoria Cross - published by This Engeland 1997 - ISBN 0906324270
- Special thanks to Iain Stewart from The History of the Victoria Cross
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