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 1st Bn 13th Foot South African Zulu War Medal, clasp “1878”.

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PostSubject: 1st Bn 13th Foot South African Zulu War Medal, clasp “1878”.   Tue Apr 20, 2010 10:05 pm

South African Zulu War Medal, clasp “1878”. awarded to “2079 Pte. J. Hammell 1/13th Foot”. The regiment received on 37 medals bearing the 1878 clasp. Private Hammell’s single clasp entitlement is confirmed.
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