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Any explanation about all the variants and types of this medals are very welcome. Always with good images please

CROCE COMMEMORATIVA PER MISSIONI DI PACE ALL?ESTERO.

CROCE COMMEMORATIVA PER IL MANTENIMIENTO DELLA PACE.

CROCE COMMEMORATIVA ALLE OPERAZIONI IN SOMALIA

CROCE COMMEMORATIVA PER ATTIVIT? DI SOCCORSO INTERNAZIONALE

COMMEMORATIVA ALLE OPERAZIONI IN AFGANISTAN.

CROCE COMMEMORATIVA ALLE OPERAZIONI DI ORDINE PUBBLICO

CROCE D?ONORE ALLE VITTIME DI ATTI DI TERRORISMO O DI ATTI OSTILI IMPEGNATE IN OPERAZIONI MILITARI E CIVILI ALL?ESTERO.

MEDAGLIA COMMEMORATIVA PER LA PARTECIPAZIONE AD OPERAZIONI DI SOCCORSO ALLE POPOLAZIONI COLPITE DA PUBBLICHE CALAMIT?

MEDAGLIA COMMEMORATIVA PER LE OPERAZIONI DI SOCCORSO ALLE POPOLAZIONI COLPITE DAL SISMA DEL 1976 (FRIULI).

MEDAGLIA COMMEMORATIVA PER LE OPERAZIONI DI SOCCORSO ALLE POPOLAZIONI COLPITE DAL SISMA DEL 1980 (CAMPANIABASILICATA).

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The same fot the:

Letonia

NBS PIEMIŅAS MEDAĻA "PAR PIEDALĪ?ANOS STARPTAUTISKAJĀS OPERĀCIJĀS".
Luxembourg
MEDAILLE DE RECONNAISSANCE POUR MISSION A L?ETRANGER

MEDAILLE DE RECONNAISSANCE POUR MISSION A L?ETRANGER EN FAVEUR DES MEMBRES DE LA POLICE GRAND-DUCALE

Sweden

F?RSVARSMAKTENS MEDALJ F?R INTERNATIONELLA INSATSER I BRONS (FMINTBM).

F?RSVARSMAKTENS MEDALJ F?R INTERNATIONELLA INSATSER (FMINTBGM/SM).

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Hi Antonio,

A suggestion: Perhaps if the queries were posted on the forum by region as opposed to by conflict you may be able to get a slightly better feedback if members are browsing by geographical section as is usually the case.

Regards,

Jim :cheers:

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