French Military Medal 1914-1918

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French Military Medal.

Location of events unknown - France?

Very short item: just a CU of a French military medal (upside down) on a display board.

Honours; decorations, brave; World War One.

Amendment February 2012: A visitor to the website has provided some more...



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ON 183 J
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01:33:39:00 / 01:33:55:00
ON 183 J
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Issue Date:
1914 - 1918

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War & Revolution War & Revolution

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