Karl Troop Cross, Austria. WW1


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The Karl Troop Cross  was instituted on 13 December 1916 by Emperor Karl I of Austria-Hungary. The cross was awarded until the end of the First World War to soldiers of the Austro-Hungarian Army, regardless of rank, who had been with a combatant unit for at least twelve weeks and who had actually served at the front.

This came without the ribbon so a length of new correct ribbon has been supplied

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