Army Medal for War 1939-45
|Army Medal for War 1939-45
Medal Wojska za Wojne 1939-45
Vintage Medal Wojska
|Awarded by Polish Government in Exile|
|Eligibility||All members of the Polish Ground Forces|
|Awarded for||6 months of meritorious service with a unit engaged in military operations against an enemy, or a year service with another unit.|
|Campaign||World War II|
|Established||3 July 1945|
|Next (higher)||Volunteer Cross for War|
|Next (lower)||Air Force Medal for War 1939-45|
Ribbon bar of the medal showing first, second, third, and fourth awards.
The Army Medal for War 1939-45 (Polish: Medal Wojska za Wojne 1939-45) was created in 1945 by the Polish government in Exile (in London) to reward members of the Polish ground forces for service during World War II. The eligibility criteria were: six months of operational service during World War II, or 12 months in a non-operational role. The medal could be conferred up to four times, although for a subsequent award the period of service was doubled.
- Robertson, Megan C. (10 May 2009). "Poland: Army Medal for War 1939-45". Medals of the World. Retrieved 2011-08-10.
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