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A memorial stone has been unveiled in honour of a Liverpool soldier who was awarded the Victoria Cross during World War One for “most conspicuous bravery”.
Sgt David Jones was awarded the medal for actions at Guillemont in the Battle of the Somme on 3 September 1916.
He had held his post for two days and nights with no food or water while his platoon came under heavy gun fire.
He chose to return to action rather than return to England to receive the VC and was killed on 7 October.
His widow was presented with his medal (which now resides at the Museum of Liverpool) at Buckingham Palace by King George V.