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  • A First War Philippines Constabulary Victory Medal
  • A First War Philippines Constabulary Victory Medal
  • A First War Philippines Constabulary Victory Medal

Item: m0041-86

A First War Philippines Constabulary Victory Medal

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A First War Philippines Constabulary Victory Medal

A First War Philippines Constabulary Victory Medal - Bronze gilt, 35.8 mm, lacquered, light contact and wear, better than very fine. Footnote: The Philippine Constabulary was organized by the American government soon after the Spanish-American War, as an armed police force composed mostly of American military officers, and American and Filipino enlisted men. For more than 30 years this little-known military force maintained order in the Philippine Islands, conducting frequent campaigns against rebellious Moro tribesmen and outlaw bands. (C:41)
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