Medal of Honour for Postal Service and Telecommunications of Overseas France, Silver Medal (1937-1951)
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This Medal was awarded by Governor-Generals of colonies to workers in the postal service and the administration of telecommunications. The Bronze Medal was awarded for 15 years of service, and the Silver Medal was awarded after an additional five years of service.
See also, Medal of Honour for Postal Service and Telecommunications for the Medals awarded in France.
It is uncertain when this Medal ceased to be awarded, although it is known to have been awarded into the Fourth Republic.
Obv: REPUBLIQUE FRANÇAISE [COLONY DETAILS] Rev: POSTES TELEGRAPHES TELEPHONES TRAVAIL HONNEUR DEVOUEMENT [RECIPIENT DETAILS]
This version was engraved by Raoul.
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