Can not find the "World War I Victory Medal"

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was wondering why we do not list the "World War I Victory Medal" or is it under a different name?  or is it not that important?  Maybe all the Soldiers received one?
WikiTree profile: Benjamin Wright
asked in The Tree House by Carole Taylor G2G6 Mach 3 (31.3k points)

4 Answers

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My understanding is that anyone who served in UK or British Empire forces in the theatre of war would have received this medal. If they served at home they would not have received it.
answered by Lynda Crackett G2G6 Pilot (617k points)
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answered by SJ Baty G2G6 Pilot (243k points)
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The USA Victory Medal is different from the British Victory Medal. Your profile is missing lots of info but it looks like United States due to the Categorization you've done. I'm not sure anyone has created it. See for info about it.
answered by Doug McCallum G2G6 Pilot (213k points)
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All Allied forces the served in the theater of the war received the Victory Medal. All medals had the same ribbon. Each country had their own medallion and clasps.
answered by Bob Keniston G2G6 Pilot (161k points)

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