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  1. Hello, I am searching for photos of pages of pay books from French soldier who earned the Croix de Guerre 1914-1918 and has an insciption of the citation in the book. And I want to use these photos for a little article in our collector´s club magazin. Does anybody have such photos? Thanks. Michael
  2. Hi Lukasz, acoording to wikipedia http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bl%C3%BCcher-Orden it was never arwarded. "Der Blücher-Orden wurde nie verliehen, da die DDR nie aktiv an Kriegshandlungen teilnahm." The Blücher-Orden never was awarded, because the DDR never took part activ in war" Michael
  3. The RICM has the same fourragères, but two more palm on its cravatte WW1 - WW2 - Indochine (TOE) 3. REI: 9 - 3 - 4 = 16 palms RICM: 10 - 2 - 5 - and 1 more on the TOE for Libanon 1978, but because this wasn´t the same conflict, this 6th palm did not count for the fourragère LH mit olive TOE = 18 palms There are three Legion regiments who received the fourragere CVM: 2. REP, 2. REG, 1. REC The 2. REP also has the palm on their Kolwezi cross
  4. During the french Indochine war the regiment earned the fourragère of the CdG TOE (Théâtres d'opérations extérieurs) for two and the fourragère MM with olive TOE (this olive is not divided) for four palms. I hope s.o.is interested in and I could unravel the fourragère question Michael
  5. During the french Indochine war the regiment earned the fourragère of the CdG TOE (Théâtres d'opérations extérieurs) for two and the fourragère MM with olive TOE (this olive is not divided) for four palms. I hope s.o.is interested in and I could unravel the fourragère question Michael
  6. For the 2nd of its three palms the regiment was awarded with the fourragère CdG 1939. It is the same like the WW1, but to differentiate both the WW2 has an olive (red with green). If a regiment earned the fourragères of both WW, the WW1 was shown throug a olive (green with red) , too. Both olives are worn on the highe of both fourragères. To show MM and LH fourrageres there were a system of several olives. CdG half-half CdG and MM for fourragère MM half-half CdG and LH for fourragère LH half-half CdG and LH with white disc for fourragère double LH+CdG
  7. Hi, in november 1915 the RICM (Régiment de marche de la Légion Étrangère, later named 3. RE, 3. REI, 3. REIM and again RMLE. since 1945 3. REI) was instituted. After the regiment was awarded the second palm to the croid de guerre it received the fourragère in the colors of the ribbon of the CdG (Croix de guerre, green with red) in June 1916. For the 4th palm it received the fourragère Medaille Militaire (MM) in July 1917 and in september 19717 the fourragère Legion d´honneur (LH) for the 6th palm. For the 9th palm the regiment received the fourragère double, LH+CdG+extra cord.
  8. Hi Chris, Marcel Haegelen got the MM with his 4th and the LH with his 7th citation. http://albindenis.free.fr/Site_escadrille/escadrille100.htm Michael
  9. Hi Bison, Thanks for that information! Michael
  10. Hi there, before WW1 the LH and the MM was given to the miltaires who had shown bravery in combat, because there was no Croix de guerre. Was it at this time equal to today that the MM only was givtn to militaires du rang and NCOs? And the LH only to officers? Michael
  11. Hi Gordon, the breats badge shows the Hamburg (white on red) castle. Maybe this helps to identify. Michael
  12. In the years 1956, 60 and 64 both German stastes built one official team.
  13. Hi, http://sammlung.sportmuseum.de/os/gluckwunsch-telegramm-xv%CE%B9%CE%B9-olympische-spiele-1960-rom/ here you can see two gratulation telegramms for a DDR sportswoman, send from an DDR poilitician and an BRD politician. Michael
  14. Hi, watch this http://semon.fr/LES%20ASSOCIATIVES_4.htm, 3rd photo in next to last row. This is an medail of a civil "Associations de Vétérans de la Légion" Greetings Michael
  15. Ribbon medaille des bleeses, above the middle medal.
  16. Hi, here is my collection. It is old, I haven´t added any patches since more than 20 years.
  17. Hi Owain, watch this...your are mentioned Michael
  18. Hi, I know this barrack. On 30th april we will celebrate Camerone there again. Michael
  19. Hi, i wonder why you uniform jacket has silver aesculaps on the shoulder boards. Michael
  20. Hi, searching for an other sports award I found this http://www.lothar-nest.de/ln01161/mufoe2.html Scroll down, in the 2nd Half you will find a complete 1964 suite. Michl
  21. aubagne98

    photo help

    The shape of the cap isn´t french too, does more look like US.
  22. Hi Owen, meanwhile I Have a picture of the diplom. What does the years 1979 and 1388 mean on the medal. The diplom shows a medal too. There are the years 2009 and 1377. Fpr what do they stand for. Michael
  23. aubagne98

    photo help

    Hi, there is a "33" on the collar insignia. Michael
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