Service Award

A Service award was awarded by a country to a soldier or civilian for long service. It is comparable to a service medal but can be awarded to civilians as well as soldiers.

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Service Award Cross
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Service Award - Austrian Empire
... From 1849 it awarded a cross made out of cannon-metal for military service. ...

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