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The Endley Collection : Part 1 : The Sudan and Iraq


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I will be posting in four parts starting with the Sudan and Iraq where I have worked during the past 5 years. Each part of the collection is housed and maintained in a different room in my house. I ha

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Absolutly amazing! I don't think i've seen such an outstanding collection before, and those medals and groups to the Sudanese Battalions are just jawdropping! I would love to see them in more detail if you could? Or even just a write up on the battalions themselves.

Once again, truly an amazing collection!

cheers for letting us see it! :cheers:

Sam.

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A 1947 era brodie helmet with Egyptian markings as used in the Arab-Israeli War.

The Egyptian canpaign medal for the period.

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I was just wondering if you had any closer views of the Iraqi Medals and Orders displays on the wall, can you post them for us. I would love to see them it keeps me focused more on the medals and Orders of Iraq then Iraqs other militaria rilecs.

Very Beautiful collection :cheers: thank you for sharing.

Lorenzo

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