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Here is a five piece bar to a Saxon Officer located safely behind the lines (probably back in Saxony). I'm guessing the Silver Merit Cross w/o Swords was awarded before the war and the War Merit Cross came in the war years. Perhaps a simple officer who needed to be awarded for something during the war and the War Merit Cross "worked".

Please share your opinions.

Thanks, as always,

Brian

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I'd say that he was a long serving NCO in some sort of administrative position. Terrific noncombatant's bar. :jumping:

An NCO, of course. For some reason I was thinking officer because of the LS Cross. He would have an Albert Order or higher if an officer.

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