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Medal commemorating the sinking of 'U27' by Q-ship 'Baralong', 1915; obverse
Medal commemorating the sinking of 'U.27' by Q-ship 'Baralong', 1915. Obverse: A bearded figure in a plumed hat (left), pins a decoration on a sailor holding a knife (centre) and a female figure (right) wearing a tiara, holds a wreath with an inscribed ribbon 'DENKULTUR KAMPFERN.' (the champions of culture.) They represent King George V and Queen Mary. Legend: 'HEIMKEHR DES SIEGERS.' (Return of the Conquerors.) Reverse: A hand emerging from a cuff with Union Jack upon it holding a dagger, a spray of laurel (left). Legend: 'BARALONG MOERDER.' (Baralong Murder.) Inscription: '19 . AUG 1915.' 'U.27' sunk by Q-ship 'Baralong'.
- Image reference: E4595-1
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London