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Fine and withdrawal. The norm was introduced during the war, as criminals stole awards and used them for fake begging or bandit raids, then the topic subsided and was again raised by the decree of 11.03.1985.

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On 07/04/2021 at 00:00, chechaco1 said:

Fine and withdrawal. The norm was introduced during the war, as criminals stole awards and used them for fake begging or bandit raids, then the topic subsided and was again raised by the decree of 11.03.1985.

Thanks for your reply, they begged with medals during the war or after the war? And in the bandit raids were they impersonating soviet officers and soldiers to what purpose?  Stealing supplies? Or perhaps sabotage?, where the awardees returned their medals or issued new ones by the Goznak?, best regards, подполковник.

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Crimes are different. Most often, begging under the guise of disabled people. A well-known story in Moscow, when in the morning they imitated the breakdown of an ambulance near a warehouse or store and, taking advantage of the credulity of the security guards who opened the warehouse, killed them and robbed them. Well, if you want to paint, then find on the Internet the films "The meeting place can not be changed" in 1979 or the film "The Thief". It's just about the use of military uniforms and awards for the purpose of crimes. Well, plus the events in Western Ukraine and the Baltic States, where nationalist bandits used military uniforms for sabotage (I recommend the film "Proceed to Liquidation").

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The stolen rewards could only be returned after they were searched. If you didn't find it, then go with the ribbon bars, without awards. Duplicates were issued only when lost in wartime or in a natural disaster, when the recipient could not prevent their loss.

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