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Liakat Medal
Gold Liyakat Medal (miniature, obverse).jpg
TypeMedal
Awarded forMeritorious military or civilian service.
CountryOttoman Empire
Presented byOttoman Sultan
EligibilityCivilians and military
ClaspsSwords for World War I
StatusNo longer awarded
Established1890
Liyakat Medal ribbon bar.png
Ribbon bar of the medal
Precedence
Next (higher)Imtiyaz Medal
Next (lower)Gallipoli Star (Ottoman Empire)

The Liakat Medal (Turkish: Liyakat Madalyasi) translated as "Medal of Merit," was a decoration of the Ottoman Empire established in 1890.[1] It could be awarded in two classes, gold or silver. The medal was a common military decoration of the late Ottoman Empire, through the end of the First World War. The medal could also be awarded to civilians for general merit to society. In 1905, women were allowed to receive the medal for charitable work, and other civilian merit. The medal measured 25 mm in diameter came in both gold and silver classes. It was suspended from a red ribbon with narrow green side stripes. During World War I a clasp of two crossed swords was attached to the ribbon with the date AH 1333 (1915) inscribed upon them.[2]

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References

  1. ^ Robertson, Megan C. (2 June 2004). "Turkey: Liyakat Medal". Medals of the World. Archived from the original on 23 March 2012. Retrieved 2011-09-03.
  2. ^ Tezer, Tim. "Ottoman Decorations". turkishmedals.net. Archived from the original on 2010-01-18. Retrieved 2011-09-03.
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