Medal for Courageous Deeds, in Silver
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Established by King Christian IX, this medal was never awarded but, was intended to recognize valour in the war.
The Silver Medal was intended to be conferred upon men and officers for brave actions.
The medals were not awarded due to the Danish political situation, and the unforeseen outcome of the war in 1864.
This medal may consist of associated clasps on the ribbon that read "DYBBOL", "MYSUNDE", "SANKELMARK" or "VEJLE".
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