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A Bravery Medal is a medal, usually military or police, given for acts of bravery or valor.
As a formal name in English, "Bravery Medal" may refer to:
In addition, several English-speaking nations have a medal called the "Medal of Bravery", including Canada and Tanzania (where English is a co-official language).
Non-English speaking nations which have or had a medal usually translated into English as "Bravery Medal" or "Medal of Bravery" include:
- Albania - Medalja e Trimërisë (1945-82)
- Austrian Empire and Austria-Hungary - Tapferkeitsmedaille or Medal for Bravery (Austria-Hungary), awarded from (1789-1918)
- Belgium - Médaille pour acte de courage, de dévouement et d’humanité
- Czechoslovakia – Medaile "Za chrabrost pred nepritelem" (Medal for Bravery Before the Enemy)
- France - Médaille d’honneur pour acte de courage et de dévouement
- German States:
- Bavaria - officially the Militär-Verdienst Medaille (Military Merit Medal), but commonly referred to as the Tapferkeitsmedaille (1794-1918)
- Saxe-Altenburg - Tapferkeitsmedaille (1915-18)
- Hungary - Vitézségi Érem (1922-44)
- Iran - Medal for Bravery
- Iraq - Nut al-Shujat
- Ireland - Comhairle na Míre Gaile
- India - Param Vir Chakra
- Montenegro - Медаља за храброст (1841-1918)
- Saudi Arabia – Nut al-Shaja'at
- Serbia – Medalja za hrabrost (1876-1918)
- Thailand - เหรียญกล้าหาญ (The Bravery Medal) (1941-)
- United Arab Emirates – Nut al-Shaja'at
- Yugoslavia (Kingdom) - Medalja za hrabrost (1918-41)
- Yugoslavia (SFRY) - Medalja za hrabrost (1943-91)
In addition, there are a number of other decorations of various countries which are customarily translated into English using other synonyms for bravery, but are occasionally translated as "bravery". These include the Soviet Medal "for Valor" and the Israeli Medal of Valor.
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