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It's interesting that the WWI Campaign Cross on the combatant ribbon is a French-made piece with the Roman numeral struck on the upper arm.

The non-combatant version is a Brazilian-made piece with no number engraved on the upper arm.

The number is supposed to represent the number of "semesters" the recipient served.

Both of these are quite rare and missing from most WWI collections.

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