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Nimmergut gives a number of over 40,000 for the combatant medal and over 5,000 for the non-combatant. As I understand it, one did not actually have to serve in China to receive the non-combatant award. Those that were involved in planning, equipping and other support activities were eligible, even if they never left Germany.

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Nimmergut gives a number of over 40,000 for the combatant medal and over 5,000 for the non-combatant. As I understand it, one did not actually have to serve in China to receive the non-combatant award. Those that were involved in planning, equipping and other support activities were eligible, even if they never left Germany.

Thanks Beau , wow that was a lot of combatant medals :) I didn´t there was so many Germans in place or did they give this medal to all participating nations ?

Christer

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