Pakistan Resolution Day Medal

The result of the Resolution of Pakistan in 1940 is known as one of the most powerful political movements in recent world history because it forced the creation of a separate homeland for the Muslims of the Indian subcontinent. It would take only seven years for the demand to become a reality with the establishment of the new independent state of Pakistan. The commemoration of this event is a hugely important date in the calendar for the citizens of Pakistan and it is a national holiday which is celebrated by a parade by the Armed Forces with the bestowal of national decorations. This medal was issued in 1990 to mark the 50th Anniversary of the Pakistan Resolution Day. It is struck in cupro-nickel with a decorative suspension bar and a colourful green, red and gold ribbon. On one side is the Minar-e-Pakistan monument with Urdu text above and the date at the sides with laurel leaves below, the reverse also has an Urdu inscription. Add this interesting and important medal to your collection.
Availability: In stock
SKU: OPK8846
£11.95
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