WW1 German Honour Cross
Quality Reproduction of the WW1 German Honour Cross.
Also referred to as the Hindenburg Cross after its creator, the order was introduced by Field Marshall Hindenburg in 1934. It was created to honour the Veterans of the First World War, with over 6 million medals awarded in total. Many were also awarded posthumously, with the medal issued to either the widow or child.
These medals feature the swords and laurel oakleaf, as were issued to combatants of the First World War. They also come complete with the correct black, red and white ribbon.
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