Could anyone advise me on a mystery Italian bronze medal which was found amongst my granddad's personal effects? My Grandad served in the 5/7 Bn The Gordon Highlanders, 51st Highland Division, serving in North Africa, Sicily and Normandy during WWII. I would guess he must have "acquired" the medal from an Italian prisoner in one of the first two of these places. The head of the medal has the inscription "VITT EM III RE D'ITALIA IMP DI ETIOPIA". The tail of the medal has the fasces - axe in a bundle of sticks - symbol, a picture of a mountain and the inscription "Molti Nemici Molto Onore" above Mussolini's signature. Does anyone know what it could be? Many thanks.