France, Maréchal Ferdinand Foch (1851-1929), 96mm bronze portrait medal 318 grams , 1918, by Auguste Maillard, for Paris-Art,
Obverse: uniformed bust facing left., MARECHAL FOCH / AUGTE MAILLARD / PARIS-ART 1918
Reverse: legend from a speech in London, 2 December 1918, NOUS AVONS PROUVÉ QUE LA FRANCE EST TOUJOURS CAPABLE DE CONDUIRE A LA VICTOIRE TOUTES LES NATIONS QUI SE RANGENT SOUS SA BANNIÈRE LONDRES 2 DECEMBRE 1918
Maréchal Foch, had been appointed commander of Allied forces during the closing months of World War I. The speech was made during an official visit with Clemenceau, that was snubbed by Haig, whose presence had been required by Lloyd George but who obstinately remained in France.