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  1. Hi, welcome. Bad Kissingen … the middle of nowhere … I grew up in Wuerzburg and Schweinfurt, Maybe you has visitied these towns. Michael
  2. Hi 12, Etoile de Comores, for serving DLEM. 10, I think it is the Sarajevo clasp, which Chris got too. 13. German DSB or later DOSB Sport Medal.
  3. Hi, watch this, perhaps it helps. https://www.ebay.fr/itm/RAPPEL-DE-DECORATION-ANCIEN-DIXMUDE-MEDAILLE-OUTRE-MER-AGRAFE-LIBAN/202603658151?hash=item2f2c1e7ba7:g:2WQAAOSw5LRcblfU https://www.ebay.fr/itm/Agrafe-Missions-dassistance-exterieure-14-X-4mm/152767517247?hash=item2391a7523f:g:ZfoAAOSw4vFZ-INw https://www.ebay.fr/itm/Agrafe-Missions-dassistance-exterieure-14-X-4mm/152767517247?hash=item2391a7523f:g:ZfoAAOSw4vFZ-INw https://www.ebay.fr/itm/Agrafe-Miniature-MISSIONS-DASSISTANCE-EXTERIEURE-medaille-France-ORIGINAL-14-mm/254201383782?hash=item3b2f954b66:g:3IUAAMXQ3kNTifiR Michael
  4. Maybe the fourragère of the French Croix de guerre WW 2. But this one is not a French made. Silk an extra loop are not reglementaire, but worn a certain time. French ones are Cotton.
  5. Some of the recipients of the "fourragère a titre personel" weared these mini fourragères. They were tolerated, but "non-reglementaire". The fourragères made from sillk, having the extra loop, were called "fourragere fantaisie". https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Fourragère_aux_couleurs_de_la_médaille_miltaire_avec_olives_de_la_croix_de_guerre_1914-1918_1939-1945.jpg Only Cotton ones are "reglementaire"
  6. It is the equivalent to the Croix de guerre (WW 1, WW 2, TOE) if they are in Action which are not declared as wars. In Germany e.g. there was the Iron Cross during wars, now the German Bundeswehr soldiers get the https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ehrenkreuz_der_Bundeswehr_für_Tapferkeit. Because they are not Fighting in an declared war. Here is sth about fourrageres, Maybe you understand German. https://www.deutsche-gesellschaft-fuer-ordenskunde.de/DGOWP/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/ausgabe78.pdf They must be given in the same war. The Regiment gets the award on its drapeau, later the fourragere. https://www.defense.gouv.fr/actualites/communaute-defense/une-nouvelle-decoration-pour-le-drapeau-du-126e-ri All memebers of the Regiment are allowed to wear it.
  7. the first maybe: Jenem or Eurem. acort is no common German word, maybe at 1799.
  8. I read - "Major ... als Gast mit den Offz des Brig Stab" - "Oberst (not Oberstleutnant) Gottberg am (not zum)" "
  9. Hi, these are older ones, non-official ones. watch this http://www.deutsche-gesellschaft-fuer-ordenskunde.de/DGOWP/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/ausgabe78.pdf , Picture 10 and this http://fourrageres.blogspot.de/ Maybe you do not have a fourragere ferret, you do have a ferret of an aiguillette. These are worn on the other shoulder an are no Croix de guerre decoration. Michael
  10. Hi there, does anyone know this badge. Maybe it is british. Thanks Michael
  11. Hi, SUP - Supply Sgt.? Michael
  12. Hi Odulf, the second could be Landfried. Oberlt. u. Rgts. Kdr. Michael
  13. 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
  14. 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
  15. Hi, can you give me the source of this Information. Michael
  16. The 100th-pin was given out with the registration. I think the other do so.
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