Red Cross Medal
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The Red Cross Medal was established by Royal Decree in 1910. It was awarded in recognition of meritorious service rendered to the Dutch Red Cross. It could be awarded with a "BALKAN 1912-1913" clasp (instituted on February 10, 1913) and/or an "ETHIOPIE 1935-36" clasp (instituted on June 8, 1936).
A total of 205 Medals have been awarded- 98 with the "BALKAN 1912-1913" clasp and 9 with the “ETHIOPIE 1935-36" clasp.
The Silver Medal features a reverse inscription that translates to "For Loyalty and Devotion.”
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