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Yugoslav Lt.Colonel-General's award group


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Amazing lot! Too bad it seems that many awards do not come with original diplomas or certification papers at least...

Regarding your question about a medal, it should be a common civil defense award from SR Croatia.

 

On 06/02/2020 at 17:58, BalkanCollector said:

I don't know what this medal is. It has a coat of arms of SR Croatia on top side of the medal.

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It is nice grouping, however it has couple mismatches as was outlined in couple comments.

There is the list of all holders of Partizan commemorative medals available somewhere on web.

Then under 688 you will find his name.

There is another option where you can do research through wikipedia under the list of SFRJ or Tito WWII Generals then find out by born place.

Good luck. 

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Hello Valjevo! 

I don't understand a few things about your post. You say there's a list of all holders of Partisan Commemorative Medal of 1941 and you state that the guy's name is under 688 on that list but you don't know what site it is. Also, if you know who he is, why didn't you just write his name instead of giving us hints how to find him?

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Indeed, if such a list of holders exists, I'd be most interested to see it. It would be nice if Valjevo could share a link.

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