Some 100 years after he won the Victoria Cross in Belgium, a soldier from Ceredigion has been honoured with a memorial in his home county.
Machine gun taken
Lieutenant-Colonel Lewis Pugh Evans received the award for his actions on 4 October 1917 when he singlehandedly captured a machine-gun emplacement.
Severely wounded, he went on to lead his troops from the 1st Battalion Lincolnshire Regiment to attack another enemy position.
Evans was later promoted to general and was also awarded the Distinguished Service Order and Bar, the Belgian Order of Leopold and the French Croix de Guerre, in addition to being mentioned in dispatches seven times.
His citation stated the officer had observed an enemy gun emplacement that was causing casualties and had rushed at it firing his revolver, forcing the German gunners to surrender.
His grandson, Christopher Evans, told the BBC his grandfather always felt he had been lucky; both to have survived the war to have been awarded the VC.
The memorial is in Llanbadarn Fawr, near Aberystwyth.