Baustralian War Victory Medal with all clasps
Left: Quebec variant Centre: Obverse Right: Reverse
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|Military history of Baustralia|
The Baustralian War was a military campaign provoked by Baustralia. Aimed at annexation, they used other countries aide and common needs to accomplish this for the benefit of the aiding states.
Battles in this war include the Baustralian Conquest, a battle usually provoked by new states threatened by Baustralia; La Câlin, a battle against Kapreburg after it went rogue in the eyes of Baustralia and Quebec, and the Baustralian-Eurekan war started by Joshua I after disagreeing to a term in the peace treaty where John I would have became a Eurekan naval officer.
From the Baustralian War, Baustralia gained 2 square kilometres (0.77 sq mi) of land, the Baustralian Empire was built up through the annexation of Wangatangia and the independance of Tentacion. Kapreburg, a state occupied in the war, submits to the presidency of Aidan McGrath and the elevation of John I, all through the Treaty of Chariot'sville. After Operation Final, on 28 October 2022 at 12:10, Baustralia forfeited the war with Nishlorpia, marking the end of the Baustralian War.
Baustralian War Victory Medal
|Baustralian War Victory Medal|
|Type||Military campaign medal|
|Eligibility||All ranks and civilians involved in the War with the Baustralian Armed Forces|
|Ribbon bar with two rosettes|
The Baustralian War Victory Medal is a medal given to any civilians and soldiers involved in combat within the Baustralian Armed Forces during the Baustralian War.
The medal was 38mm wide, pendant from a ribbon of navy, orange, blue, red and white, then back to navy, in that order. The medallion consisted of a bust of King John, and the reverse the badge of the Baustralian Armed Forces, 2017, and 2020. A version from the end of the war consisted of the bust of Aidan of Quebec under the bust of John, and was awarded to Quebec individuals for efforts in the Baustralian-Eurekan war.
Three clasps existed, or rosettes on the undress ribbon for each additional clasp, to denote involvement in the Baustralian Conquest (Conquest), La Câlin (La Câlin), and the Baustralian-Eurekan war (Eureka). They were worn in the centre of the ribbon.