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Ribbon Bar with Italian Bravery Medal and Lifesaving Medal


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Hello,

I could just acquire this nice ribbon bar with the Italian "Al Valore" medal.

I think the fourth ribbon is the Lifesaving Medal and not the Schutzwallehrenzeichen, but I cannot say it for 100%.

Any chance to ID this one? I had a look through a list with German "Al Valore" medal bearers, but could not find an exact match.

I guess there were less Army/Navy members with the "Al Valore" medal than Luftwaffe members?

 

All the best,

Nicolas

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Is the ribbon in position 6 the one you are calling the Italian bravery medal?  Is that because of its special tone of blue?  I think the ribbon in position 4 looks like the Westwall Medal more than the bravery medal.  Nice looking bar by the way. 👍

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