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Bronze duplicate of the Congressional Gold Medal awarded to the Oglala Sioux Tribe Code Talkers
Beautiful addition to any coin collection or gift for the World War II history enthusiast
Available in 1.5 or 3 inches in diameter
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The Oglala Sioux Tribe Code Talkers Bronze Medal is a duplicate of the Congressional Gold Medal awarded to Oglala Sioux Tribe Code Talkers at a ceremony at the U.S. Capitol Building on November 20, 2013, in recognition of their dedication and valor.
The obverse design features a Code Talker with a stylized eagle in the background. Inscriptions are “OGLALA” and “LAKOTA AKICITA IYESKA WICASA,” which translates to “Indian soldier translator man.”
The reverse design features a variation of the Oglala Sioux Tribe flag. The nine tipis represent the nine districts of Oglala – Porcupine, Wakpamni, Medicine Root, Pass Creek, Eagle Nest, White Clay, PR Village, La Creek and Wounded Knee – all of which are inscribed along the border of the design. Other inscriptions are “WORLD WAR II,” “2008 ACT OF CONGRESS” and “AKICITA OKOLAKICIYE,” which translates to “warrior's society.”