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Romanian Medal for Loyalty & Bravery + Bag > Germany / Tyskland WW1-WW2 > German WW1-2 Awards / Medaljer  |  
Price SEK 249,00
 (EUR 24,90)

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Item number 5810
 

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Description
Bulgarian Medal for Loyalty & Bravery(also known as Manhood and Loyalty).
This particular medal we have is made between 1941-1945.

The cross is in excellent condition. The case is in very worn condition.

Note: This particular cross comes from a German estate. It was common that German soldiers received Romanian awards both during WW1 and WW2.

History:
The Romanian Medal for Manhood and Loyalty; 3nd Class; 1916-1947 Issue. The medal was instituted in 1903 for police, as well as civilians, for preserving or restoring public order. In 1916, the award became a war decoration for bravery in the face of the enemy and crossed swords were added to the suspension. Again on 30 June 1941, this medal was reinstalled for awarding for war services as the lowest ranking war decoration. It then carried crossed swords which had previously (in 1937) been discontinued.


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