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  1. Will be making several posts here... first of all, a group from the National Historical Museum in Tirana. Documented as in attributed by the museum but not actually with documents included. Note: - gold order of the flag - very rare silver medal remembrance - and some other items awarded to Nako Spiru (google to follow) Have to also look into the cloth ribbon bar belonging to the group!
  2. Full Cavaliers of the Order of Glory - Present Day Market Realities My interest in Full Cavaliers of the Order of Glory (which extends back some 15 years) has led me to the following general observations ref the collectors market for Full Cavalier sets that has developed in the United States and Europe over this period. I offer the following as my personal observations and welcome your comments/opinions. The Hierarchy of Collectability (defined by dealers' asking prices for a Full Cavalier set ranked from most expensive to least expensive) as of 24 February 2006: 1) Order of Glory 1st, 2
  3. Hi, One nice (my second at all) Cuban pre Castro period ribbon bar arrived today! Great looking bar, very nice devices and amazing work. Any help to analize it, would be great! All the best, Timo
  4. This is one of my favorite groups. It belonged to Guards Lt. Colonel Mikhail Aleksandrovich Tolkachev. Colonel Tolkachev joined the Red Army on 18 September 1938 and served until 11 December 1964. He served through WW2 and and advised the Red Chinese. He was a career tanker, though his positions during the War included service with motor rifle units. The greatest thing about this group was that he kept the photos he took at the end of the War! It sheds an interesting light on the road to victory (so to speak) at the vanguard of the 3rd Guards Tank Army, where he served as the Deputy Ch
  5. I found this great video with great footage of a May Day parade paired up with the National Anthem!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-j1GsAIwO8E
  6. The following U.S. Army decorations were awarded to Red Army personnel for heroism or meritorious service in World War II: Distinguished Service Cross (DSC) - 53 Distinguished Service Medal (DSM) - 20 Silver Star (SS) - 119 Legion of Merit (LOM) - 321 By degree: - Chief Commander - 7* - Commander - 35 - Officer - 85 - Legionnaire - 194 Bronze Star Medal (BSM) - 40** Notes: *Documentation is available to verify the award to MSU Zhukov. Awards of the LOM in the degree of Chief Commander to MSUs Govorov, Meretskov, Rokossovskiy, Vasilevskiy as well as General of the Army Eremenko a
  7. Since we have a thread on American Awards to Soviets in WW2, I thought I might start a thread about the reverse. I can't go into too much detail here (it's already a 9 page article -without photos- for the JOMSA) but I thought that at least I could give some numbers and a little bit of data. There were three distinct periods of awarding Soviet awards to Americans. First, there were mid-war awards. The majority of these awards were awarded under a February 1944 Ukaz, but the actual awardings took place from April through October of 1944. The awardees in this group included officers that
  8. These guys are what I deem as "Dangerous" line of work. Behind enemy lines. While some got these for being the leaders of Partisans and not for actually fighting ... regardless .. they were behind enemy lines where capture meant CERTAIN death ... not that the regular captives had a much better time Post 'em folks How about a 1st Class awarded to Savely Lukitch Grischenko May 18, 1949:
  9. Another collecting line of mine are other Communist Orders and i started, more per accident with North Korean Awards. This one is the Order of the 20th anniversary of the DPRK( Democratic Peoples Republic of Korea)
  10. HERO OF THE MONGOLIAN PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC T1 only 6 awarded T2 41 awarded 14 posthumous titles awarded, they were NOT accompanied with the Gold Star. Pix from Yuri Yashnev's site
  11. SUKHBAATAR ORDER T1: Screwback T2: Pinback I propose we try to channel our efforts, and post new questions and new info in the appropriated thread, instead of mixing them all up. Will post pix later
  12. ORDER OF THE POLAR STAR T1: old design pattern - Mondvor mintmark T2V1S1: Uighur inscription - serial number 6 o'clock - upward curved Monetnyi Dvor mintmark (12 o'clock position) T2V1S2: Uighur inscription - serial number under screwpost - downward curved Monetnyi Dvor mintmark (12 o'clock position) T3V1: Cyrillic inscription - concave reverse - serial number 7 o'clock T3V2: Cyrillic inscription - flat (trench) reverse - serial number under screwpost T3V3: Cyrillic inscription - flat slightly pebbled reverse - serial number 6 o'clock T4: 1970's pinback Jan
  13. Medal ?Sukhrat? / Медаль ?Сухрат? Date and details of establishment of a medal are unknown. Apparently, the medal is awarded for labor merit. Медаль ?Сухрат? Дата и подробности учреждения медали неизвестны. Судя по всему, медаль вручается за трудовые заслуги. This #130352.
  14. Are there any pics available of Albanian military uniforms? I am sure they were simple during the time of Hoxha after they abolished rank insignia. How about uniforms with rank insignia before 1970?
  15. This fellow has offered me this badge and I am interested, but have no clue on the reality of the piece. Is this a legit Mongolian Badge for anti partisan. The book while very intriguing, doesn't seem to really conform to what I would expect for an award document per se. Any and all opinions are welcome and the guidance greatly appreciated. http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewI...AMEDW%3AIT&rd=1 Thanks much guys!
  16. Cuba has three militia organizations: The Territorial Militia Troops Milicias de Tropas Territoriales of about one million people (half women), the Youth Labour Army Ej?rcito Juvenil del Trabajo devoted to agricultural production, and a naval militia The Cuban "War of All the People" doctrine is a defensive strategy created to try and counter an overwhelming invasion force. This strategy includes an armed population willing to fight for the defense of the homeland. The Milicias de Tropas Territoriales (MTT) was formed in 1980 to increase the defense capability of the country. Fidel Castro st
  17. Okay, let's see if we can find some interesting pix of our Mongolian decorated friends First off Choibalsan and Tsedenbal in full glory ATTENTION: I have, as usual, found most of these photos on the web, if anyone feels his/her copyrights have been violated, please let me know, and I will remove the pictures
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