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  • WWI National Union of the Women of France Medal
  • WWI National Union of the Women of France Medal
  • WWI National Union of the Women of France Medal
  • WWI National Union of the Women of France Medal
  • WWI National Union of the Women of France Medal

Item: EU6245

WWI National Union of the Women of France Medal

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WWI National Union of the Women of France Medal

WWI National Union of the Women of France Medal - 3rd Type; "Union de Femmes de France". Nickel silver, assay marks for nickel silver (MCHORT = maillechort) and numbered "6761" on the flat reverse, 23.8 mm x 29.2 mm, original white ribbon with red cross, suspended from a pinback hanger inscribed "CROIX ROUGE FRANCAIS", extremely fine.Footnote: The UFF was founded in 1881 by Madame Koechlin-Schwart with the aim of offering impartial assistance to combatants in times of war and support to public agencies in time of national catastrophe. In 1940, following German occupation, the UFF, the Société Française de Secours aux Blessés Militaires and the Association des Dames Françaises merged under a decree issued by Marshal Pétain to create the French Red Cross.
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