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Unknown Medal of Vizeadmiral Konrad Trummler


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What is the last medal on his medal bar? The clasp above it also seems to be a part of the medal. The second to last medal should be the Ritterkreuz des Königlichen Ordens der Württembergischen Krone (WK3).

Between 1902 and 1906, Trummler was the Naval Attaché in Tokyo. Could this last medal be a Japanese medal of some sorts? Or is it a Jubilee/Coronation medal from some other country? For example Great Britain. Trummler was Commander of the British Royal Victorian Order (GV3).

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Most likely would  be Russo-Japanese War Commemorative Medal - ribbon to indistinct to confirm.  Japan awarded 'Honorary' campaign medals for that conflict to both Japanese subjects and foreigners as reported elsewhere in these pages. 

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13 hours ago, BlackcowboyBS said:

Interesting, why did a german navy officer got a japanese decoration for the war against Russia in 1904 / 05? Does anybody has any clue?

There were a few German  officers as observers on both sides, Trummler served as "Berichterstater der Admiralität" during the war.

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