The medal was struck in Germany with the object of keeping- alive in German memories the recollection of the '' glorious achievement "of the German Navy in destroying the Lusitania. On the obverse, under the legend "Keine Bannware" (No Contraband), the designer of the medal depicted g'/ns and aeroplanes, which the Lusitania did not carry; (Evening Post, 18 November 1939)

The medal was struck in Germany with the object of keeping- alive in German memories the recollection of the '' glorious achievement "of the German Navy in destroying the Lusitania. On the obverse, under the legend "Keine Bannware" (No Contraband), the designer of the medal depicted g'/ns and aeroplanes, which the Lusitania did not carry; (Evening Post, 18 November 1939)
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18-11-1939
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Evening Post
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The medal was struck in Germany with the object of keeping- alive in German memories the recollection of the '' glorious achievement "of the German Navy in destroying the Lusitania. On the obverse, under the legend "Keine Bannware" (No Contraband), the designer of the medal depicted g'/ns and aeroplanes, which the Lusitania did not carry; (Evening Post, 18 November 1939). Alexander Turnbull Library, Wellington, New Zealand. /records/23513477

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