Fire Cross 1914-1918

Fire Cross 1914-1918

The Fire Cross 1914-1918 ( _nl. Vuurkruis 1914-1918, _fr. Croix de Feu 1914-1918) is a Belgian decoration to all recipients of the so-called Fire Cart, which was awarded to all who came under fire at the front during the First World War. Holders of the Fire Cart also received a plaque in French or Dutch. The decoration was instituted on 6 February 1934 and could not be awarded posthumously.


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