The Dekoratie voor Trouwe Dienst Anglo-Boeroorlog 1899-1902 (DTD) was the Boer officer's decoration for devoted and meritorious service during the Boer War. The regulations the the award of the DTD were published in the Government Gazette of the Union of South Africa number 2307 on 21 December 1920. The application form for people to be awarded the DTD was called Form A.
The description said the decoration should be 'silver, circular, with the coat-of-arms of the South African Republic and the inscription 'Voor Trouwe Dienst 1899-1902' on one side, and the coat-of-arms of the Orange Free State and the inscription 'Voor Trouwe Dienst 1899-1902' on the other side, with the name and rank of recipient engraved on the edge'.
The colours of the ribbon are red, green, blue, orange and white. The ribbon uses the Boer Republics' national flag colours.
662 DTDs were issued.
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