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1812 Overture

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  1. Collectors, I received a set of common medal bars a few days ago with a small badge installed. Does anyone know what it is? 180 steel helmet group? In addition to ek2, the German medal bar is the Hindenburg cross. . I have been tired of aesthetics!
  2. The Aceh War: The war between the Aceh people of Indonesia in 1873 and 1903 against the Dutch colonial aggression. Aceh is located at the western end of Sumatra and has an important strategic position. Maybe this?
  3. This man is a living Buddha. After his death, the body does not rot. Putin once went to the temple to see his "Holy Body". The Chinese name of this person is "Ji Liantai", the Russian rich man in the Russian state, and was recognized in the Japanese-Russian War. After the end of World War I, he was arrested by the Soviet Red Army and died on the way to exile. I only have this information.
  4. Chinese friends have cast their envious eyes. . Starting in 2016, I went to Beijing to participate in such an event and sold very few things. I especially want to go to the exhibition in Gunzenhausen to buy things! In addition, I look forward to Mr. Sasha's booth, which friend can take some pictures of him (smirking)
  5. Hey, Mr. Sasha! I want to ask you a question. I don't understand the two versions of the Baden Golden Medal. According to historical photos, there is no such German letter version. So, who is the German letter issued to? Royal staff? I know that the medals in the third photo were not officially released. I am sorry that there are no three groups of bars. ???
  6. Since I joined the forum, I have spent nearly a month to open the pictures in all the articles of the German Empire. I have saved them for reference. Me, "picture thief"
  7. 柳特波德=Liut Pod I translated this name with Google. In my opinion, the appearance of Europeans is similar. . I often can't tell Ludwig III and his father, Prince Liute Pod. I boldly speculated that this person served in the Bavarian Army during the First World War and then participated in the Navy in the Weimar Republic. . (I may be talking nonsense)
  8. Thank you friend, you helped me again. Your article is very interesting. I even saw a person quarreling inside. . In fact, I just saw them when I first joined the forum, but I don't know English, so I often just browse them as "picture thieves". . Today, I checked the translator and looked at it briefly.
  9. First of all, this is not my collection. But I am very curious. The brave medals of the Bulgarian kingdom in these two groups of bars are all during the Boris III period. If so, why are there no 1914-1918 Hindenburg honor medals in the medals? And from the color of the ribbon, it is all warfare.Did King Ferdinand I of the Kingdom of Bulgaria not abdicate after the end of the war?
  10. First of all, the badges I published are not my collection. I found it from the forum, I hope the collectors don’t want to be angry. my question is:How does the Civil Service Long Service Medal calculate the time? I see that these medals in the World War I also have military long-term service medals. Then these people became the ones who did not participate in the war in the Second World War? In addition, can you provide some photos of long-term service medal winners? I look forward to your reply. Thank you
  11. Dear old gentleman, I have never seen the 40-year long-term service of the Austro-Hungarian Empire appear in the German medal bar. Have you seen it? If so, can you show me the picture?
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