Commemorative Campaign Medal, 1808-1815, Silver Bar
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The Commemorative Campaign Medal, 1808-1815 was founded by Grand Duke Paul Friedrich and was conferred upon individuals who served in the Rheinbund-Kontingent from 1808 to 1812. It was also awarded to soldiers who served in the Kontingent from 1812 to 1815, regardless of whether they ever saw battle. The Rheinbund-Kontingent fought in the Napoleonic Wars.
The silver bar was founded by Grand Duke Friedrich Franz II on 17 April, 1863, to commemorate the veterans of the 1813-1815 campaigns.
Obv: 1813 1863
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