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Khedive's Sudan Medal (1910)

The Khedive's Sudan Medal was a campaign medal awarded by the Khedivate of Egypt for service during in Anglo-Egyptian Sudan. Established 1911, by the Khedive, this medal replaced the Khedive's Sudan Medal (1897).

Khedive's Sudan Medal
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Reverse of the medal as depicted on a cigarette card
Awarded by the Khedivate of Egypt
TypeCampaign medal
EligibilityEgyptian, British and Indian forces.
Campaign(s)Mahdist War
Last awarded1926
RelatedKhedive's Star
Queen's Sudan Medal
Khedive's Sudan Medal (1897)
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Ribbon of the medal


The medal is circular, 39 millimetres, and made of silver or bronze. The obverse bears the Arabic cypher of the Khedive, and the Hijri year of its establishment. The reverse depicts a lion standing on a plinth with the word SUDAN. The medal hangs from a bar suspension.[1]


The medal was awarded with sixteen clasps:[2]

  • Atwot
  • Southern Kerdofan 1910
  • Sudan 1912
  • Mandal
  • Miri
  • Zeraf 1913-1914
  • Mongalla 1915-1916
  • Durfur 1916
  • Fasher
  • Lau-Nuer
  • Nyima 1917-1918
  • Atwot 1918
  • Aliab Dinka
  • Garjak Nuer
  • Nyala
  • Darpur 1921


  1. ^ Mackay, James; Mussell, John W., eds. (2004). The Medal Yearbook 2004. Devon, UK: Token Publishing Ltd. p. 236. ISBN 9781870192620.
  2. ^