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Cuban shoulders epaulets pre-1959

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Dear, 

Some pictures of Army epaulets from the Republic of Cuba. These epaulets are pre - 1959 (General Fulgencio Batista period). 
 

1. Commandante. 

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2. capitan 

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3. Subteniente

 

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4. Segundo teniente

5. teniente coronel

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6. Coronel 

7. soldier ? 

8. Comandante posterior issue than number 1 

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