aubagne98

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About aubagne98

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    Rottweil, Germany
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    Rank insignia in general, espacially Foreign Legion music, pioneers and rank insignias with 5-years-chevrons for service.
    French Fourrageres

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  1. Hi, SUP - Supply Sgt.? Michael
  2. Hi Odulf, the second could be Landfried. Oberlt. u. Rgts. Kdr. Michael
  3. Hi Grey, this is a socalled "Knopfloch"-miniature (buttonhole) for civil jackets, like this in this eBay auction. http://www.ebay.de/itm/Bandschleife-mit-Schwertern-Knopfloch-Miniatur-EK-Orden-Ungetragen-/252715451879?hash=item3ad703c5e7:g:xPkAAOSwopRYcnt9 Michael
  4. Yes, the "st" is cut, because the paper is a little bit folded
  5. Hi, I paid for the medal and the case, shown on page 1 of my article and the Diplom on page two, both together 50 Euro from a legionnaire . Michael
  6. Hi, can you give me the source of this Information. Michael
  7. The 100th-pin was given out with the registration. I think the other do so.
  8. Here is a ribbon, i took the photo 2014 at the Swiss 2day march, with the Pins for 50, 75 and 2006.
  9. Hello, herr is a photo of the clasp for the participation of the 100. 4daagse in Nijmegen. It is from a friend from Austria. Michael
  10. Or maybe this ... http://fourrageres.blogspot.de/
  11. Hi, watch this http://www.deutsche-gesellschaft-fuer-ordenskunde.de/DGOWP/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/ausgabe78.pdf and this one, mentioned above http://www.omsa.org/files/Wilson Fourg.pdf 1. Wilson, Graham: "Rope of Courage: A Brief Look at the French Fourragére." JOMSA, March-April 2011, p 32-38. Michael
  12. Hi, they are not exactly identical. If the fourragère was won during WW1 it is without an olive. If it is won during WW2, it is with an olive red with green. If a fourragère was won in both WW it is with an olive green with red for 14-18 and an olive red with green for 39-45. Michael