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    Africa Service Medal 1939-45

    The Africa Service Medal 1939-1945: Awarded for For volunteering to serve outside the Republic of South Africa during World War II.

    We don’t ‘nickel and dime’ you by supplying scant, unusable riband lengths, or worse, making riband a hidden-in-the-fine-print optional extra – every medal comes with 250mm of riband (full size) and 150mm (miniature). Ample for a complete professional court mount.

    $23.64
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    Civilian Service Medal

    Australian Civilian Service Medal 1939-1945: Awarded for the service of civilians who served in Australia during World War II in organisations that were subject to military-like arrangements and conditions of service, in arduous circumstances, in support of the war effort. The Medal is made of bronze and portrays the Southern Cross symbolising Australia, surrounded by Golden Wattle, which represents the civil population combining in defence of Australia. The ribbon consists of three broad vertical bands of equal width and two white stripes. The ochre colour represents the soil of Australia and green represents the land and food production; and the white stripes represent communications and construction. The regulations governing the award of the Medal provide the conditions of service that need to be met to be eligible for the Medal. Members of a number of World War II organisations may qualify for the award of the Medal.

    $23.59
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    Italy Star

    Awarded for operational service on land, in Sicily or the Italian mainland during the campaign of 11 June 1943 to 8 May 1945. Navy and Merchant Marine: Sevice in the Medeitteranean Sea directly connected with active service operations in the Meditteranean theatre. The 1939-45 Star must first be awarded. Shire service, same as Army, above. Air Force: Air crew service in operations against the enemy within the Meditteranean theatre including sorties from the Meditteranean area over Europe.

    $23.64
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    Atlantic Star

    A person qualifying for the Atlantic Star and the Air Crew Europe Star, and the France and Germany Star is awarded only the first star earned, plus clasps for the others. A silver rose emblem is worn on the riband bar to denote the award of a bar. Navy: Awarded for six months afloat in the Atlantic or Home Waters between 3 September 1929 and 8 May 1945. Only after qualifying for the 1939-1945 Star. Army: Same as Navy. Air Force: Awarded to air crew for operations against the enemy at sea, within the above areas and dates; subject to completing two months service in an operational unit, subsequent to qualifying for the 1939-1945 Star. Mercant Marine: Samas Navy; but six months service at sea anywhere, provided at least one voyage is made in the defined area.

    We don’t ‘nickel and dime’ you by supplying scant, unusable riband lengths, or worse, making riband a hidden-in-the-fine-print optional extra – every medal comes with 250mm of riband (full size) and 150mm (miniature). Ample for a complete professional court mount.

    $20.62
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    Air Crew Europe Star

    Awarded for two months operational flying from United Kingdom bases over Europe and the United Kingdom between 3 September 1929 and 5 June 1944. The 1939-1945 Star must be awarded prior. A person qualifying for this star and the Atlantic Star, and the France and Germany Star is awarded only the first star earned, plus clasps for th others. A silver rose emblem is worn on the riband bar to denote the award of a bar.

    $22.68
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    Burma Star

    Awarded for entry into operational service in the Burma Campaign between 11 December 1941 and 2 September 1945. Navy and Merchant Marine: Service in the Bay of Bengal and the prescribed area of the Indian Ocean. The 1939-1945 Star must be earned prior to this award. Shore service eligibility is the same as for Army. Army: Operational service in Burma and in addition, the provinces of Begla and Assam between 1 May 1942 and 31 December 1943. The provinces of Bengal amd Assam east of Brahmaputra between 1 January 1944 and 2 September 1945. China and Malaya, between 16 February 1942 and 2 September 1945. Air Force: Air crew service in operations against the enemy. One operational sortie qualifies.

    $22.68
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    Pacific Star

    WWII Pacific Star: Awarded for operational service in the Pacific theatre between 8 December 1941 and 2 September 1945. Navy and Merchant Marine: service in the Pacific Ocean, South Chine Sea and part of the Indian Ocean. The 1939-45 Star must be earned first. Shore service as for the Army. Army: operational service in territories that have been invaded by the enemy or the allies, not including Burma. Air Force: air crew service in operations agains the enemy, one operational sortie qualifies. A person qualifying for both the Pacific Star and the Burma Star, is awarded only the first Star earned. A clasp is worn denoting service for the other Star.

    $23.64
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    France & Germany Star

    Imperial (British) France and Germany Star: Awarded for entry into operational service on land in France, Belgium, Holland or Germany between 6 June 1944 and 8 May 1945. Navy and Merchant Marine: One days service afloat in the prescribed areas of the North Sea, the English Channel and the Bay of Biscay. A person qualifiying for this Star and the Air Crew Europe Star and the Atlantic Star is awarded only the first earned, plus Clasps for the others. A silver rose emblem is worn on the ribbon bar to denote the award of a bar.

    $22.68
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    War Medal 1939-1945

    The War Medal 1939-45: The allied service medal for World War II. Awarded to members of British allied forces who served full-time in operational or non-operational service between 3 September 1939 and 2 September 1945. The qualifying period is 28 days. For the Merchant Marine, the 28 days must be served at sea. A member Mentioned In Dispatches for service during World War II wears a bronze oak leaf emblem on the ribbon. Only one emblem is worn no matter how many times a member may have been ‘mentioned.’

    $23.64
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    Australia Service Medal 1939-45

    Australia Service Medal: Awarded for 30 days full-time or 90 days part-time service at home or overseas in the Australian Armed Forces and the Australian Mercantile Marine between 3 September 1939 and 2 September 1945. The ASM can claim to be the first truly distinctive Australian medal. The Medal was created by King George VI in 1949 and counter signed by Prime Minister Ben Chifley to recognise World War II service by members of Australia’s armed forces and the Volunteer Defence Corps. This Medal was in addition to a range of British medals and campaign stars that could be earned by Australians for service in World War II. The qualifying service criteria for the Medal – 18 months for full-time service or 3 years for part-time service – was amended in 1996 to 30 days and 90 days respectively. This Medal can claim to be the first truly distinctive Australian medal. The Medal was created by King George VI in 1949 and counter signed by Prime Minister Ben Chifley to recognise World War II service by members of Australia’s armed forces and the Volunteer Defence Corps.

    $23.64
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    Defence Medal

    Commonwealth Medal: Awarded to those serving for six months in specified non-operational areas subjected to enemy air attack or closely threatened, those who served for six months at any time between 3 September 1939 and 2 September 1945 in the Northern Territory north of 14 degrees 30 minutes South and the Torres Strait Islands, those serving for 12 months non-specified non-operational service overseas from or outside Australia: or those members of Mine and Bomb Disposal units employed in areas subjected to enemy air attack or closely threatened for three months within the periods stated.

    $22.68
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    Africa Star

    Army: Entry into the operational area on the posted strength of a unit or formation in the area between the Suez Canal and the Straits of Gibraltar, between 10 June 1940 and 12 May 1943. Service in operations in Abyssinia, Somaliland, Eritrea, Malta and Syria also qualifies.
    Air Force: Landing in an area of an Army operational command as defined above, or service in the air over an Army operational command or enemy occupied territory in North Africa.
    Navy and Merchant Marine: Service at sea in the Mediterranean between the above dates or in support of the Army operations in Abyssinia, Somaliland and Eritrea. Also, shore service as for the Army.
    An Arabic numeral 1 or 8 may be worn on this ribbon to denote service with the British 1st or 8th Armies.

    We don’t ‘nickel and dime’ you by supplying scant, unusable riband lengths, or worse, making riband a hidden-in-the-fine-print optional extra – every medal comes with 250mm of riband (full size) and 150mm (miniature). Ample for a complete professional court mount.

    $22.68

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