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Bronze duplicate of the Congressional Gold Medal awarded to the Santee Sioux Code Talkers
Beautiful addition to any collection for the military history enthusiast
Available in 1.5 or 3 inches in diameter
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The Santee Sioux Tribe Code Talkers Bronze Medal is a bronze duplicate of the Congressional Gold Medal awarded to Santee 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 depicts a Santee Sioux Code Talker looking up and focusing on the task required. The barbed wire is a symbol of the threat to the soldier. Inscriptions are “MDEWAKANTON WAKPEKUTE” and “SANTEE DAKOTA SIOUX CODE TALKERS.” According to the Santee Sioux Tribe, “Mdewakanton” translates to “Dwellers at Spirit Lake” and “Wakpekute” to “Shooters Among the Leaves.”
The reverse design depicts the Santee Sioux Nation seal. Inscriptions are “WORLD WAR I - WORLD WAR II” and “ACT OF CONGRESS 2008.”