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WW1 and WW2 Commonwealth Groupings

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QUOTE(Darrell @ Mar 6 2007, 23:22 )

V?

On his service record under the 39-45 Star, his regimental number is followed by a V which isn't stamped on the medals.

Tony

V for Volunteer

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A South African group

I'm not too interested in WWII medals but couldn't resist these to a South African called Abraham Lipschitz (I was drawn to them by his name). He was a Sergeant in the SAMC and I would think his section had some wonderful names for him.

Sgt. Lipschitz served from May 1940 to Sept. 45.

Tony

It is a well known Jewish name in South Africa, have no idea of the origin, maybe German? Or Polish?

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