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Hello all,

i have a new tricky question.

Who know this medal in bronce?

front site

jhh-5e.jpg ?

back site

jhh-5f.jpg ?

This is not my own question. The questioner comes from here:

http://www.forum-der-wehrmacht.de/thread.p...88395#post88395

Some where here who knows this medal?

Thanks in advance and greets from unna

FRank

by the way:

a posted some problems and i have got every times the right answer (thanks at all).

I will give back your help and so i?ll let you know that my special field is the "126th german infantery division", "demyansk",

"Army Group North" , "transcription from ?s?terlin?" an some more else.

have a look to my homepage:?

http://www.manns-world.de/126ste/126ste.html

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That's an interesting and attractive little medal, though the quality does not seem very high. Assuming this is original, I would guess it to be some kind of patriotic token from 1916-1918, rather than an actual award. Perhaps intended as a souvenir or similar.

Hello all,

i have a new tricky question.

Who know this medal in bronce?

front site

jhh-5e.jpg ?

back site

jhh-5f.jpg ?

This is not my own question. The questioner comes from here:

http://www.forum-der-wehrmacht.de/thread.p...88395#post88395

Some where here who knows this medal?

Thanks in advance and greets from unna

FRank

by the way:

a posted some problems and i have got every times the right answer (thanks at all).

I will give back your help and so i?ll let you know that my special field is the "126th german infantery division", "demyansk",

"Army Group North" , "transcription from ?s?terlin?" an some more else.

have a look to my homepage:?

http://www.manns-world.de/126ste/126ste.html

?

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