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Southwest Africa Medal for non-combatants, silvered steel, signed ‘Schulz’ (Südwestafrika-Denkmünze für Nichtkämpfer, Stahl versilbert, Stempelschneider ‘Schulz’), 1904-1906
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Southwest Africa Medal for non-combatants, silvered steel, signed ‘Schulz’ (Südwestafrika-Denkmünze für Nichtkämpfer, Stahl versilbert, Stempelschneider ‘Schulz’), 1904-1906
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Circular silvered steel medal with magnetic core, with eyelet for ribbon suspension; the face with the head of Germania in winged helmet facing left, circumscribed ‘SUEDWEST AFRIKA’ and dated ‘1904-1906’, signed ‘SCHULZ’; the reverse with the monogram of Wilhelm II, an imperial crown with flying pendelia above, a laurel branch below, circumscribed ‘VERDIENST UM DIE EXPEDITION’ (for Merit to the Expedition); on replaced correct ribbon. The medal was instituted on 19 March 1907 with versions for combatants and non-combatants and was awarded for participation in the crushing of the uprisings of the Herero and Nama against German colonial rule between 1904 and 1908. The medal is now hard to find.

 
Southwest Africa Medal for non-combatants, silvered steel, signed ‘Schulz’ (Südwestafrika-Denkmünze für Nichtkämpfer, Stahl versilbert, Stempelschneider ‘Schulz’), 1904-1906
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Southwest Africa Medal for non-combatants, silvered steel, signed ‘Schulz’ (Südwestafrika-Denkmünze für Nichtkämpfer, Stahl versilbert, Stempelschneider ‘Schulz’), 1904-1906
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Southwest Africa Medal for non-combatants, silvered steel, signed ‘Schulz’ (Südwestafrika-Denkmünze für Nichtkämpfer, Stahl versilbert, Stempelschneider ‘Schulz’), 1904-1906
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Southwest Africa Medal for non-combatants, silvered steel, signed ‘Schulz’ (Südwestafrika-Denkmünze für Nichtkämpfer, Stahl versilbert, Stempelschneider ‘Schulz’), 1904-1906
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