The Patriot Files Forums  

  Home · Search · Register  

Home » Wars » World War II » Medals » France Photo Options

Previous image   Slide Show   Next image

Before enlarging, click photo to ensure maximum resolution.


Medal of Liberated France

Previous image   Slide Show   Next image

Photo Details


Registered: August 2001
Posts: 46,792
users gallery
Medal of Liberated France

This 'Medal of Liberated France' was instituted on 12 September 1947 and was created to reward French and Allied personnel for their service by the liberating of France.

On the obverse of the award is a map of France shown, surrounded by a chain that is broken by two shellburst, one in the northwest and one in the southeast, each indicates an Allied landing place. On the reverse of the award you can read the following inscription : "LA FRANCE - A SES LIBERATEURS" (France - to its liberators). The ribbon has the colours and shape of a double inverted rainbow.
· Date: Wed October 6, 2004 · Views: 890
· Filesize: 7.8kb · Dimensions: 160 x 259 ·
Additional Info
Keywords: Medal of Liberated France

Photo Sharing Gallery by PhotoPost
Copyright © 2007 All Enthusiast, Inc.

All times are GMT -7. The time now is 04:59 PM.

Powered by vBulletin, Jelsoft Enterprises Ltd.