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A portrait of Bill.
The remarkable archive of a British conscientious objector who received a medal for 'bravery' has come to light after 75 years.
Cambridge University graduate William 'Bill' Spray objected to fighting in World War Two as he was a Quaker.
So the pacifist instead joined the Friends Ambulance Unit who tended to wounded soldiers in the heat of battle.
Bill earned the prestigious Croix De Guerre after distinguishing himself rescuing injured fighters under heavy German fire in Normandy.
His diary, photo album and documents are being sold with C & T Auctions, of Ashford, Kent.