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pluribus

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Hi pluribus, interesting medal, Why would they put the inscription on the reverse in English?

regards

Alex

Hi Alex,

The College is an international military educational institution and the working language is English. You can see the flags of Estonia, Latvia and Lihuania on the cross and also on the ribbon.

Here is a link to the BDC

http://www.bdcol.ee/index.php?id=about_bdcol

Regards,

pluribus

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Thank you for the previous posts. I dont known these medals

For see the ribbon sheets of the Estonian Medal:

www.coleccionesmilitares.com/cintas/cintaseu.htm and check le letter "E" for Estonia

The decorations of the Republic of Estonia were established or reestablished by the Law on Decorations, passed in Riigikogu on 5 May 1994 and 16 May 1995.

There are six decorations (orders):

The Cross of St. Mary?s Land (Maarjamaa Rist)

The Order of the National Coat of Arms;

The Order of the White Star;

The Order of the Cross of the Eagle;

The Order of the Estonian Red Cross;

Roman Tavast

http://www.romantavast.ee/

The Cross of Liberty.

http://vp1992-2001.vpk.ee/eng/ametitegevus/Teenetemargid.asp

Estonian Defence Forces

http://www.mil.ee/index.php?menu=juhtimine...isu=teenetemark

http://www.mil.ee/index.php?menu=juhtimine...;sisu=taastatud

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