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British War Medal Afghanistan North West Frontier

British War Medal Afghanistan North West Frontier

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The British War Medal was a campaign medal issued to British military personnel who served in World War I, and was also awarded for certain other campaigns including the Afghanistan North West Frontier. The medal was typically awarded to soldiers who served in a theatre of war or who served overseas between 5 August 1914 and 11 November 1918.

The Afghanistan North West Frontier Medal was awarded to soldiers who served in the British Indian Army and took part in campaigns on the North West Frontier of India during the early 20th century.

The medal awarded to 100185 Private H.J. Maidment of the Machine Gun Corps, with the clasp indicating service in Afghanistan North West Frontier, would indicate that he served during World War I and also served in campaigns on the North West Frontier of India. Maidment would have been entitled to wear both the British War Medal and the Afghanistan North West Frontier Medal on his uniform.