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WW1 Prussian Long Service Cross

WW1 Prussian Long Service Cross

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The German WW1 Prussian Long Service Cross for Officers for 15 Years’ Service was a military decoration awarded to officers in the Prussian Army who had completed 15 years of military service. The medal was established in 1913 and was awarded until the end of World War I in 1918.

The medal was made of bronze and featured a Maltese cross design with a crown on top, surrounded by an oak leaf wreath. The obverse of the medal featured the initials "FW" for King Friedrich Wilhelm III of Prussia, while the reverse side was inscribed with the years "1813" and "1913" to commemorate the centennial of the Prussian Army.