Medal of Bravery (Hungary)
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The Hungarian Medal of Bravery (Vitézségi Érem) was a medal given for military bravery or valor.
Initially the award was instituted in 1922 in silver only.
By 14 April 1939 gold, large silver, small silver and bronze awards were issued to non-commissioned officers and men and on 12 September 1942 the gold medal for bravery award (Magyar Tiszti Arany Vitézségi Érem) for officers was added.
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