Fire Cross 1914–1918
Fire Cross 1914–1918. Massive bronze construction. With original ribbon. Very good condition. No repairs, no damage.
The 1914 – 1918 Fire Cross (Dutch: Vuurkruis 1914–1918, French: Croix du Feu 1914–1918) was a Belgian military decoration awarded to all holders of the so-called "Fire Card" which was awarded to all who came under fire at the front during the First World War. The medal was established by royal decree on 6 February 1934. It could not be awarded posthumously.
One of the most beautiul WW1 front action decorations of the Belgian army.