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I am a bit stuck with this medal I wonder if any members have any suggestions.

Thanks in advance.

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1942 Visit to Japan Commemoration Medal.

It is not Kuomingtan.
It's National Government of Republic of China.

P.S. It a miracle that I was able to post anything. After this famous upgrade I found out that I can add posts only when working in FireFox. If one is using Safari or Amigo he simply coudn't post anymore ...

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Nick,

Thanks so much, your help is much appreciated. Sorry you are having problems posting and it seems with the old images, despite various dates given,

it's a bit like waiting for Godot

Hope to hear more of you.

All the best,

Paul

 

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1942 Visit to Japan Commemoration Medal.

It is not Kuomingtan.
It's National Government of Republic of China.

P.S. It a miracle that I was able to post anything. After this famous upgrade I found out that I can add posts only when working in FireFox. If one is using Safari or Amigo he simply coudn't post anymore ...

​汪系国民政府和蒋系国民政府在组织架构和党部的设置上是一样的。所以他同样可以叫做国民党时期的章。

不能单纯的把汪系国民政府归结为一个傀儡政权

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​汪系国民政府和蒋系国民政府在组织架构和党部的设置上是一样的。所以他同样可以叫做国民党时期的章。

不能单纯的把汪系国民政府归结为一个傀儡政权

​First of all stop posting in chinese. 

Second, this medal has nothing to do with the Kuomingtang  

On 30 March 1940, Wang (our visitor) became the head of Reorganized National Government of China.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reorganized_National_Government_of_the_Republic_of_China

 

 

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