WW2 GERMAN BOXED 25 YEAR LONG SERVICE MEDAL
Germany had a contingent of public workers to provide services to the general public. Like in any other nation they managed real state property, utilities, libraries, etc. Even though they were supposed to be independent entities they were influenced by the nazi party. Therefore, the documents and awards produced by these organizations displayed the swastika symbol.
The Faithful Service medal for public officials, employees and workers of public services was created in order to recognize the services provided by individuals who worked at these institutions. The medal was introduced in January 1938.
This example comes with its original box which is maker named, the box shows signs of wear. The medal is in unused condition.