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As James has said, on display at the RAF museum, Hendon complete with a "Stuffed" Goring, it's been concluded on another forum that the uniform, GK, RK, PLM and Goring are all fakes, :D the medals posted in the case would appear to be genuine

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There is a mistake with the medals in post #1. On the top right they put the breast star of the Imperial Austro-Hungarian Order of St. Stephan. The breast star that belongs to the sash badge should instead be the Hungarian Order of Merit with Holy Crown and Swords.

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Remember that Regent of Hungary, Miklos Horthy, revived the Order of St. Stephan in 1938 and appointed a number of men to the Order. These included leading Hungarians [Cardinal Seredi and Prime Minister Teleki de Szek & Horthy himself plus perhaps a few others], Goring, Ribbontrop, supposedly Marshal Antonescu, and maybe others to the Order. Perhaps the display includes the award to Goring or a representation of it.

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