Medaille Interalliée de la Victoire 1914-1918

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Medaille Interalliée de la Victoire 1914-1918

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"Médaille Interalliée de la Victoire 1914–1918" French WWI Bronze Victory Medal designed by artist Alexandre Morlon, a French combatant of the war. On the reverse of the medal is La Grande Guerre Pour La Civilization, “The Great War For Civilization”

The Stones are fossilized Coral, Rhodonite, and Pyrite. Hand Knotted with Hand-tied Silk Poms.

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The 1914–1918 Inter-Allied Victory medal (French: "Médaille Interalliée de la Victoire 1914–1918") was a French commemorative medal established 20 July 1922. It was awarded to all soldiers who served three months, consecutive or not, between 2 August 1914 and 11 November 1918 in the war zone. It was also awarded to civilian nurses, aliens (civilian or military) who served directly under French command, marshals and generals who had a command for at least three months, prisoners of war from Alsace and Lorraine (region). The award of the medal was also acquired by military members who were killed by the enemy or died from wounds of war and those who died of disease or injury incurred in service.