Medal of Tudor Vladimirescu, I Class
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The Medal of Tudor Vladimirescu was established in 1966. It was named in honour of Tudor Vladimirescu, the Romanian revolutionary figure and leader of the Wallachian Uprising of 1821. It was awarded to Romanian civilians and military personnel in recognition of contributions to the establishment of socialism Romania, but it was permanently discontinued following the collapse of the Socialist Republic in 1989.
The I Class Medal features a reverse inscription that translates to "Tudor Vladimirescu Medal."
See also the Order of Tudor Vladimirescu in the Orders of Romanian People's Republic & Romanian Socialist Republic (1947-1989) for the order that was created alongside this medal.
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