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Socialist Republic of Vietnam – National Unity Order

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Socialist Republic of Vietnam – National Unity Order

Hi All,

I am adding SRV pages to my website, and I had some questions from the SRV collectors out there :

1. This order was created by decree in 2003, and ratified in 2004.  The design was given in the decree of 2006.  Does anyone know when it actually came out ?  in 2004 (was their earlier design info elsewhere ?) or only in 2006 when the design details were decreed ?

2. Does anyone have any pictures of the 2004 version ?

3. Does anyone have any references for this order ?

The draft page is here: http://www.indochinamedals.com/srv/o-08_national_unity_order.html

Rgds

Dave

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