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Hello again Gentlemen,

I will make a ribbon bar of Erhard Milch, by visual evidency I count 11 ribbons in this picture of him below. (picture from ABR site)

but I found only 8 that might be in his ribbon bar.

According Axis Biographical Research site the list of decorations of Milch is:

- Ritterkreuz: am 04.05.1940 als Generaloberst und Staatssekret?r im Reichsluftfahrtministerium und Chef der Luftflotte 5

- 1914 EK I : 00.03.1916

- 1914 EK II

- Kgl. Preuss. Flugzeugbeobachter-Abzeichen

- Kgl. Preuss. Flugzeugf?hrer-Abzeichen

- Ehrenkreuz f?r Frontk?mpfer

- Wehrmacht-Dienstauszeichnung IV. bis II Klasse

- Luftschutz-Ehrenzeichen 2. bis 1. Stufe: 20.04.1938

- Gemeinsames Flugzeugf?hrer-und Beobachterabzeichen in Gold mit Brillanten

- Medaille zur Erinnerung an den 13.03.1938

- Medaille zur Erinnerung an den 01.10.1938 mit Spange ?Prager Burg?

- Medaille zur Erinnerung an die Heimkehr des Memellandes

- Spange zum EK I

- Spange zum EK II

- Goldenes Ehrenzeichen der NSDAP

What are those who are lacking in his ribbon bar ?

the ribbon bar I was create is below

Thx in advance for your support.

Regards

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And this is my reconstruction...

I couldn't find the pics for the crown of the SEHO and the device for the Volkspflege-Ehrenzeichen... ;-)

Hi all. I studied Milch and his awards earlier this year, some of us are unsure if he wore the 25+12yr long service combo or the 18+4yr combo....he definately was not entitled to the 25yr cross as far as i can remember.

Best regards

Pierce

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