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eMedals-Ethiopia, Empire. A Medal of the Campaign 1939-1941

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Ethiopia, Empire. A Medal of the Campaign 1939-1941

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Ethiopia, Empire. A Medal of the Campaign 1939-1941

In bronze, measuring 35 mm (w) x 47 mm (h), greening evident on both sides and on the edge, lightly soiled original ribbon, near extremely fine.

Footnote: The Medal of the Campaign (AKA Patriot Medal) was instituted by Emperor Haile Selassie I on November 30, 1944, as a reward for meritorious patriots who carried on open hostilities against the enemy during the Campaign of 1936-1941. It was awarded in a single class (bronze), with palms (torches) being awarded for each year of service and worn on the medal ribbon.

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