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The Croix de Guerre

Throughout the 19th century, many European nations upheld the long-standing tradition of mentioning acts of bravery in dispatches. Typically, these were an administrative honor with no medal or other significant award accompanying it. Then, during the titanic struggle that France faced in WWI, Deputy Émile Briant proposed reinstating this practice by awarding a medal to recognize heroic acts on the battlefield.

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