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I'm sure assembling these images required much research and diligent work. Your effort merits utmost admiration and respect! Do you know whether any of these individuals' groups remain intact and/or possibly displayed? Sincere thanks for sharing these magnificant images!!!

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Fantastic Nick! Thanks for taking the time to post these images.

And I see Admiral Baron Dewa Shigetō (post #21 and 22) is wearing a magnificent First Class, Third Grade Double Dragon below the Rising Sun star.

Would you mind emailing me the original image? I'm slowly building up a quite a collection of Double Dragon recipients.

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I'm sure assembling these images required much research and diligent work. Your effort merits utmost admiration and respect! Do you know whether any of these individuals' groups remain intact and/or possibly displayed? Sincere thanks for sharing these magnificant images!!!

Definitely some of these groups are unbroken and carefully stored in japanese private collections ;)

Others could be in museums - check this thread http://gmic.co.uk/index.php/topic/46395-general-nogi/page__hl__%2Bgeneral+%2Bnogi (greatly unappreciated thread by the way!) for some of General Nogi awards.

Thanks,

Nick

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Would you mind emailing me the original image? I'm slowly building up a quite a collection of Double Dragon recipients.

Image was send.

Should we have a separate thread for Japanese with Chinese awards? :whistle:

Cheers,

Nick

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Thanks Nick!

Oooh, a thread for Japanese with Chinese awards would be great!

But what which awards to pick -Qing, Warlord, Manchukuo or even more challenging, Wang Jingwei puppet government?

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Thanks Nick!

Oooh, a thread for Japanese with Chinese awards would be great!

But what which awards to pick -Qing, Warlord, Manchukuo or even more challenging, Wang Jingwei puppet government?

Two separate threads ;)

One thread will be devoted to Qing and Warlords awards.

The other one to puppet governments awards.

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