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Any family group is nice to see. This one is especially nice. Thanks for sharing.

I find the mixture of Soviet and post-Soviet (neo-Tsarist) imagery interesting, as is the fairly haphazard mixing of Soviet badges with post-Soviet documents. Despite what we are told to think, the hammers and sickles didn't vanish overnight?

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Any family group is nice to see. This one is especially nice. Thanks for sharing.

I find the mixture of Soviet and post-Soviet (neo-Tsarist) imagery interesting, as is the fairly haphazard mixing of Soviet badges with post-Soviet documents. Despite what we are told to think, the hammers and sickles didn't vanish overnight?

Yes, some Soviet badges and medals with new Russian documents were awarded long time. Often real badge and picture in the document are different.

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Thank you very much for sharing these. Collectors are always a generation behind, since we--obviously--never see things belonging to people on active duty.

All the best to your father and his comrades. :beer:

I am also from a police family now in the 106th year of continuous service by at least one and usually more of my family members.

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