The combatants Cross of Honor was instituted in 1934 to recognize service during the first world war. Made of die struck magnetic steel and coated with a bronze wash, this award is in the form of a cross with an embossed central wreath of laurel leaves surrounding the dates 1914-1918 against a smooth background. This award has two swords crossed between the arms of the cross indicating its award to a combatant. The reverse is smooth with a manufacturer's stamp in the form of a 'W". The ribbon and suspension loop are intact and complete with a section of original ribbon.
A very nice example of an interesting and attractive award.