Tel: 1(905) 634-3848

Text: 1(905) 906-3848

Purveyors of Authentic Militaria

eMedals-A Silver Karl Friedrich Military Merit Medal for Bombing London

Item: G15254

A Silver Karl Friedrich Military Merit Medal for Bombing London



Optional Payments Available

Layaway PolicyItem is available for our layaway plan.

Installments to be paid every month.
Your CC will be charged automatic.
We don't save your CC details. You are secure.

* Final amount varies depending on shipping, tax & other charges.

Layaway Policy

eMedals is pleased to offer flexible layaway services to all clients. Our layaway program offers the opportunity for clients to make payments on eligible items over period of time.

Minimum deposit of 30%, of the total price of your order including all applicable taxes and shipping charges, is due when the merchandise is put on layaway. The total price of your order must be paid within 6 months from the date of original purchase.

You may make additional payments at any time by accessing the Layaway section in your account.

Your contract will be automatically cancelled and ordered merchandise will be returned to stock if you have not completed payments in full by the 3 month deadline.

You may pay by cash, check, wire transfer, Paypal, or credit card.

Available for immediate shipping.

A Silver Karl Friedrich Military Merit Medal for Bombing London

A Silver Karl Friedrich Military Merit Medal for Bombing London to Vizefeldwebel Eugen Stich: Military Merit Medal (1915-18), in silver, 40.3mm.   Footnote: As an Unteroffizier in Bombengeschwader 3, Eugen Stich was proposed for the Gold Karl Friedrich Military Merit Medal on December 29, 1917. Only six weeks before however, he had received the Iron Cross 2nd Class and just previous to that, on October 24th, his Pilot’s Badge had been sanctioned. So it probably came as no great disappointment to him that this lofty award was not approved and for this native Badener the required Silver Merit Medal on the ribbon of the Karl Friedrich was the one that was approved. Stich was commended by the Acting Leader of Bombengeschwader 3, Oberleutnant Richard Walter for his “many flights” against England during which it was said that Stich displayed outstanding dash and bravery. He obviously continued to carry on in the same spirit for on September 18, 1918, his Silver Karl Friedrich Military Merit Medal was one of four that was given out to men in his Fliegertruppe, the most ever awarded during the war to that arm of the service on a single day. Neil W. O’Connor; Aviation Awards of Imperial Germany in World War I: The aviation awards of the grand Duchies of Baden and Oldenburg, Volume 6
Back To Top