Long Service Bar in Silver, II Class for 15 Years
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The Long Service Crosses were established by Prince Georg Wilhelm in 1850, and were conferred upon Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers and soldiers who rendered long and faithful military service. When calculating the number of years served, war years counted for double.
The II Class Silver Bar was conferred upon Non-Commissioned Officers and soldiers for 15 years of service.
1913, the service years required for a II Class Award were reduced to 12.
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