Great Orton Church of England Primary School (The 'Scrap of Paper')
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- Glass Glass
- Paper Paper
- Timber Timber (any)
- First World War (1914-1918)
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Top: THE ROLL OF HONOUR/Great Orton SCHOOL Centre- THIS DOCUMENT IS A TRANSLATION AND FACSIMILE OF THE SIGNATURES FROM THE ORIGINAL TREATY OF 1831/ GUARANTEEING THE INDEPENDENCE AND NEUTRALITY OF BELGIUM, WHICH WAS CONFIRMED BY THE SIX/ POWERS IN THE FAMOUS TREATY OF 1839, THE BREAKING OF WHICH BY GERMANY IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE/ PRESENT WAR WITH THE BRITISH EMPIRE/ THE "SCRAP OF PAPER"/ ARTICLE II/ HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN OF THE UNITED KINGDOM OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND/ HIS MAJESTY THE EMPEROR OF AUSTRIA, KING OF HUNGARY AND BOHEMIA, HIS MAJESTY / THE KING OF THE FRENCH, HIS MAJESTY THE KING OF PRUSSIA, AND HIS MAJESTY THE EMPEROR OF ALL THE RUSSIAS, DECLARE, THAT THE ARTICLES MENTIONED IN THE PRECEEDING ARTICLE, ARE CONSIDERED AS HAVING THE SAME FORCE AND VALIDITY AS IF THEY WERE TEXTUALLY INSERTED IN THE PRESENT ACT, AND THAT THEY ARE THUS PLACED WITH THE GUARENTEE/ OF THE SAID MAJESTIES/ ARTICLE VII/ BELGIUM, WITHIN THE LIMITS SPECIFIED IN ARTICLES I, II AND IV, SHALL FORM AN INDEPENDENT AND PERPETUALLY NEUTRAL STATE. IT SHALL BE BOUND TO OBSERVE SUCH NEUTRALITY TOWARDS ALL OTHER STATES. (SIGNED AND SEALED BY) PALMERSTON BRITISH PLENIPOTENTIARY/ SYLVAN VAN DE WEYER BELGIAN PLENIPOTENTIARY/ SENFTT AUSTRIAN PLENOPOTENTIARY/ H. SEBASTIANI FRENCH PLENIPOTENTIARY/ BULOW PRUSSIAN PLENIPOTENTIARY/ POZZI DI BORGO RUSSIAN PLENIPOTENTIARY. Lower edge: Facsimile of the treaty, by special permission of the Foreign Office, To Aid The Prince of Wales' National Relief Fund./LEST WE FORGET Two Side Panels-[names]
Geoffrey Armstrong, Thomas Armstrong, John Atkinson, William Barnes, James Brown, John Brown, Joseph Bulman, Thomas Byers, William Carruthers, Thomas Coulthard, Andrew Cowan, George Cowan, Frederick Dalzell, George Dalzell, Matthew Dalzell, John Dixon, Thomas Gillbank, Henry Hamilton, John Henry, James Hewitson, Thomas Hogarth, Fred Johnston, John E Johnston, Joseph Johnston, Joseph Henry Johnston, Richard Johnston, John Miller, Joseph Miller, Robert Moscroft, Edward Norman, George Norman, Thomas William Paterson, Joseph Henry Patterson, Tom Pearson, Joseph Stalker, Joseph Wood