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Peeps,

Here is an old picture out of a military magazine from the 70's.

Can anyone hazard a guess to the medals?

L to R, Top to Bottom?

:rolleyes:

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Peeps,

Here is an old picture out of a military magazine from the 70's.

Can anyone hazard a guess to the medals?

L to R, Top to Bottom?

:rolleyes:

It seems very easy... :rolleyes:

1/ Italy: St Maurizio & St lazarus order, knight---Order of the Crown of Italy, knight---Bravery Cross---Medal for the unification of Italy with two bars

2/ Belgium: Leopold Order , Military, Knight (difficult to see but seems non bilingual, so, before 1950)---Leopold II order, Officer---Crown order, Knight---War cross

3/Greece: War Cross (1916-1922)---Military merit cross, fourth class, 2nd type (1940)

Serbia: St Sava Order, 1st or 2 type (red robes), knight (I can?t see if is gilded or not)---Takovo order, Commander

that?s all folks...

miguel

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LOL

Man I thought I was the only one that still had those issues ... mine's so dog eared, I must of flipped through those pages a million times :cheers:

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