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Miniature 1914 Star

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The 1914 Star was issued to the BritishåÊExpeditionary Force and their immediateåÊreinforcements, who crossed into Belgium and France. In 1919, King George V authorised the issue of a clasp ‰ÛÏ5TH AUG - 22ND NOV 1914‰۝ for any soldier who came under enemy fire or within range of enemy mobile artillery in France oråÊBelgium between the 5 August and 22åÊNovember 1914. This was authorised under Army Order 361. This clasp was to distinguish between front line soldiers and those who worked in the rearward areas. The clasp is sewn directly onto the ribbon.