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    R.A.D. Shovel Device 03


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    Here is the Unterfeldmeister's ribbon bar closeup

    1914 Iron Cross 2nd Class

    Hindenburg Cross for WW1 Combatants (notice that the long slender device has already snagged and bent on something... one reson they go missing)

    Austrian WW1 Commemorative Medal (in correct post-Anschluss precedence)

    National Labor Service long service device only auithorized for a few months in 1940. From the brightness, probably a silver 12 years, being worn alone. See devices gallery and main Articcle text for discussions on how and why these were and weren't worn.

    1939 "Westwall" Medal

    Hungarian WW1 Commemorative Medal

    That last did not NEED swords devices on them, since the ribbon design was specific to awards to combatants. But it was most common to dress this and the Bulgarian WW1 Commemorative Medal up with swords to match the Hindenburg and Austrian WW1 commemoratives.

    Courtesy of Ulsterman.


    From the album:

    Ribbon Bar Photos in Wear

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