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Slovak Republic 1939-1945 Cross for Officers of Spiritual Administration

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The Cross of Spiritual Administration is sold,but I have these badges of Red Cross for Service.I hope they will be interesting to see.The badge with the needle is badge of Slovak Olympic Commitee and with the claspe the badge of Slovak Catholic Youth.

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Other photos of the Badges of Red Cross.In the reverses you can read the years of service.

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This Cross of Resistance is also for sale.Not a cheap thing.

I think this topic will be showing interesting pieces of awards of the Slovak Republic 1939-1945.

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On 08/08/2019 at 16:38, nickstrenk said:

Some Slovak awards,I want the topic to be alive.

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Victory Merit Cross with a clasp and the Medal For Personal Bravery

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Before selling I decided to leave these photos.

Medals of the 5th,6th,and 7th grade of Slovak Victorious War Cross For Merit

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Nice looking medals.  I don't know much about these awards.  I'll have to do some research while I wait for you to post them in the for sale section.

Regards,

Gordon

 

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