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Medal of National Federation of the Volunteers of the Wars of 1914-1918/1940-1945 (Médaille de la Fédération Nationale des Volontaires de Guerre de 1914-1918/1940-1945 / Medaille van de Nationale Federatie der Oorlogsvrijwilligers de 1914-1918/1940-1945)

Circular gilt bronze medal with laterally pierced loop for ribbon suspension; the face with the helmeted heads of two soldiers facing right, that on the left wearing a World War II Mark 2 helmet, that on the right wearing a World War I Adrian type helmet; the reverse plain; on original ribbon mounted for wear. This is an unofficial medal issued by the National Federation of the Volunteers of the Wars of 1914-1918/1940-1945, one of the veterans organisations that sprang up to represent the interests of veterans, to provide mutual aid in case of need and to maintain the social links forged in wartime.

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Medal of National Federation of the Volunteers of the Wars of 1914-1918/1940-1945 (Médaille de la Fédération Nationale des Volontaires de Guerre de 1914-1918/1940-1945 / Medaille van de Nationale Federatie der Oorlogsvrijwilligers de 1914-1918/1940-1945)

Circular gilt bronze medal with laterally pierced loop for ribbon suspension; the face with the helmeted heads of two soldiers facing right, that on the left wearing a World War II Mark 2 helmet, that on the right wearing a World War I Adrian type helmet; the reverse plain; on original ribbon mounted for wear. This is an unofficial medal issued by the National Federation of the Volunteers of the Wars of 1914-1918/1940-1945, one of the veterans organisations that sprang up to represent the interests of veterans, to provide mutual aid in case of need and to maintain the social links forged in wartime.

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Hello Noor,

I'm afraid this is wrong information you found. Enclosed is the medal and docs ( medal and star separately) of my late uncle. It's a medal of gratitude from the NSB ( Belgian veteran organisation)

kind regards,

Jef

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