Category: Croix de guerre with Bronze Palm 1940-1945 (Belgium)

Categories: Croix de guerre 1940-1945 (Belgium)

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The Croix de guerre ("War Cross"; Dutch: Oorlogskruis; German: Kriegskreuz), is a military decoration of the Kingdom of Belgium. The award was reestablished on 20 July 1940 by the Belgian government in exile for recognition of bravery and military virtue during World War II.

When the person being awarded the Croix de guerre was mentioned in despatches, this distinction was denoted by a device worn on the ribbon, either a small lion or a palm adorned with the monogram "A" (for Albert I)

A Bronze Palm device is attached when mentioned at the army level

See Wikipedia:Croix_de_guerre_(Belgium)

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