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Тогда уже добавить и Крест заслуги советского производства. На картинке показан серебряный без кольца рядом с последующим типом от "Каритас". Относительно редок.






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pictures for the story from the Russian trading site.
Two medals "Honored on the Field of Glory" in silver and bronze produced by the Krasnokamsk Mint of the USSR in 1944 and a medal for the Oder-Neisse-Baltic of the first issue, produced by Grabsky.









From open Russian resources - Crosses of the Brave in 1943 (circulation 987 pieces) and 1944 (9800 pieces) made in Moscow during the war.
Pictures for illustration and history.


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From open Russian resources - a pad with the 1944 Moscow-made Cross of the Brave, a medal in silver "Honored on the field of Glory" of the Krasnokamsk mint.x
Pictures for illustration and history.







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