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|Cross of Merit with Swords|
Bronze grade of current Cross of Merit with Swords.
|Awarded by Republic of Poland|
|Type||Medal awarded in three grades: Gold, Silver, Bronze.|
|Awarded for||Deeds of bravery and valor not connected with direct combat, and for merit demonstrated in perilous circumstances.|
|Established||October 19, 1942|
|Next (higher)||Cross of Merit for Bravery|
|Next (lower)||Cross of Merit|
The Cross of Merit with Swords (Polish: Krzyż Zasługi z Mieczami) is a Polish medal established October 19, 1942, by the Polish Government in Exile and awarded for deeds of bravery and valor not connected with direct combat, and for merit demonstrated in perilous circumstances.
The Order has three grades:
|1. Gold Cross of Merit with Swords|||
|2. Silver Cross of Merit with Swords|||
|3. Bronze Cross of Merit with Swords|||