The 1914-15 Star is a campaign medal of the British Empire that was awarded to officers and men of British and Imperial forces who served in any theatre of World War I against the Central European Powers during 1914 and 1915. The medal was never awarded singly and recipients were also awarded the British War Medal and Victory Medal.
The medal is a four pointed star of bright bronze, ensigned with a crown; the medal and suspension assembly was struck in one piece.
The obverse has two crossed gladi (swords) with their blades upwards, the points and grips of which form what might appear to be four additional points to the star. The swords are overlaid by a wreath of oak leaves, with the Royal Cypher of George V at the base of the wreath and an overlaying central scroll inscribed "1914-15". The reverse is plain and is impressed with the recipient's number, rank and name.