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To my understanding, the Westwall medal, like the three medals for the "Flower Wars" (annexation of Austria, Sudetenland/Czech, Memel) were considered as Political/Party Medals (like the Mother's Cross, etc.), and therefore these were not allowed to be worn in public after the war.

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On 08/04/2017 at 13:54, Robin Lumsden said:

Only the Memel is missing ........................... and that just existed as a 1960s drawing.  :)

Here's one that appears to be die struck in zinc alloy. Or as any COA author worth its salt would write: "materials and construction correspond with those used during the period".

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