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GERMANY – ARMY WOUND BADGE – SILVER

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ARMY WOUND BADGE – SILVER

 

This is a Silver Army Wound Badge, which was considered a 2nd Class award. [Black was the 3rd Class award, while Gold was the 1st Class]. Each was awarded for a certain number of wounds or, in the case of the Gold Badge, for loss of an eye or a limb. These were first awarded in March 1918. This Silver Army Wound Badge is of the issued variety. It is stamped and displays a sturdy pin on its reverse.

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ARMY WOUND BADGE – SILVER

This is a Silver Army Wound Badge, which was considered a 2nd Class award. [Black was the 3rd Class award, while Gold was the 1st Class]. Each was awarded for a certain number of wounds or, in the case of the Gold Badge, for loss of an eye or a limb. These were first awarded in March 1918. This Silver Army Wound Badge is of the issued variety. It is stamped and displays a sturdy pin on its reverse.

Der Rittmeister Militaria has a wide variety of Orders, decorations, Badges, Awards and medals of Imperial Germany.   These Orders, Decorations, Badges, Awards and medals cover decorations awarded by the states which came together under Prussian leadership of the German Empire.

The German Empire consisted of 25 states: four kingdoms, six grand duchies, five duchies, seven principalities and three Hanseatic cities. In addition, the house order of the Hohenzollern principalities, although the states themselves had been annexed by Prussia, continued to be awarded in the imperial era. Each state awarded decorations for civil or military merit.

Der Rittmeister Militaria also offers German decorations of the First World War,  that include medals, ribbons, and other decorations bestowed upon German soldiers, sailors, and also for civilians, during the First World War. These medals were awarded by both Imperial Germany and various German Kingdoms and other states and city-states of the Reich.

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ARMY WOUND BADGE – SILVER

This is a Silver Army Wound Badge, which was considered a 2nd Class award. [Black was the 3rd Class award, while Gold was the 1st Class]. Each was awarded for a certain number of wounds or, in the case of the Gold Badge, for loss of an eye or a limb. These were first awarded in March 1918. This Silver Army Wound Badge is of the issued variety. It is stamped and displays a sturdy pin on its reverse.

Der Rittmeister Militaria has a wide variety of Orders, decorations, Badges, Awards and medals of Imperial Germany.   These Orders, Decorations, Badges, Awards and medals cover decorations awarded by the states which came together under Prussian leadership of the German Empire.

The German Empire consisted of 25 states: four kingdoms, six grand duchies, five duchies, seven principalities and three Hanseatic cities. In addition, the house order of the Hohenzollern principalities, although the states themselves had been annexed by Prussia, continued to be awarded in the imperial era. Each state awarded decorations for civil or military merit.

Der Rittmeister Militaria also offers German decorations of the First World War,  that include medals, ribbons, and other decorations bestowed upon German soldiers, sailors, and also for civilians, during the First World War. These medals were awarded by both Imperial Germany and various German Kingdoms and other states and city-states of the Reich.

To see more Orders, Decorations, Badges, Awards and Medals click on the following links.

Medal Bars and Ribbon Bars

Orders and Decorations

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