Naval Front Clasp
|Naval Front Clasp|
design by Wilhelm Ernst Peekhaus
|Awarded by Nazi Germany|
|Campaign(s)||World War II|
|Established||19 November 1944|
The Naval Front Clasp (German: Marine-Frontspange) was a World War II German military decoration awarded to officers and men of the Kriegsmarine in recognition of long, front line service for all naval units. The award was instituted on 19 November 1944 by Grand Admiral Karl Dönitz.
- Klietmann, Kurt-Gerhard (1981) (in German). Auszeichnungen des Deutschen Reiches. 1936–1945. Stuttgart, Germany: Motorbuch ISBN 3-87943-689-4.