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  1. Great design of Ukrainian production! Only 500 such crosses were released. Only the soldiers, who executed special orders, were honored!
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    Order of Merit a A-H buttons.

    Good evening! Very good collection. Could I buy these from you? These are Ukrainian badges!
  3. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ukraine https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ukrainian_People's_Republic
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    What is the kappenabzeichen?

    Sincerely grateful for such great information. I understand that this is a decor for the doors! And the money from the sale of these decorative charms, went to the army!
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    What is the kappenabzeichen?

    Thank you very much! And what was it worn?
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    What is the kappenabzeichen?

    Please tell me on this kappenabzeichen! Want to know information about the year and why he was released. In addition, I need photogrphs with the soldiers who wear it!Thank you!
  7. Ukraine, Republic. An Order of Symon Petliura, c.1945 Type II. Sword in silvered tombac, mounted to a silvered zinc with black enamelled cross, type II manufactured in Germany, numbered "1398" on the reverse, measuring 25 mm (w) x 41 mm (h), intact enamels, original ribbon, extremely fine. Footnote: The Order (Cross) of Symon Petliura was instituted on May 22, 1932 by the High Command of the Army of the Ukrainian National Republic. Confirmed by the President of the UNR in Exile, A. Livytsky, on the fifteenth anniversary of the Renewal of the Army of the UNR. In 1936, the cross was awarded to all participants in the struggle for an independent Ukraine. There were three issues of the cross: the first was issued in Poland, with the maker mark "J. Kweksilber - Warszawa" on the reverse; the second was issued in Germany; the third was issued in the United States.
  8. Ukraine. A Combatant's Cross, Second Issue, Numbered In bronze gilt with blue and black enamels, marked "C Y B" and numbered "0588" on the reverse, measuring 38.8 mm (w) x 39 mm (h), intact enamels, light contact, screwback, better than very fine. Footnote: The Ukrainian Combatant's Cross was established in 1940 in Kraków, Poland for the veterans of the Ukrainian Armed Forces. The cross was issued in two varieties: the first "pre-war" issue has a pin attachment, while the second "post-war" issue was re-issued in Germany. UKRAINE. A WAR MEMORIAL CROSS, C.1945 enameled bronze badge, measuring 39 mm x 39 mm, screw back, later exile production, in very fine condition, scarce.
  9. Of course, on health! I will only be glad! I'll show some more!Very good site! I will add the Ukrainian theme! But please remove this from the section on Ukraine - Ukraine SSR: Medal for the Third Anniversary of the Revolution This medal scolds Ukraine, it's a hostile medal to Ukraine, there is no relation!
  10. Made for the 10th anniversary of the reunification of Ukrainian lands into a single state after the act of unification of the ZUNR and the UNR in 1919
  11. Established in 1963 under the signatures of generals Paul Shandruk and Michael Krat! Metal - oxidan bronze. The author is Lyubomir Rychtytsky. Circulation up to 500 pieces!
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    1914 - Merry Christmas!

    You are right! Very right!
  13. The first official awards were held in 1967! And then in 1987! In 1951 the badges only came from Germany to occupied Ukraine! Awards were not made! Ukraine in the face of Ukrainian insurgents at that time fought with a communist repressive machine!
  14. No one and nothing, no evil on this planet, at any time or epoch, will be able to win a good moment! Good! Merry Christmas!