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This is my favorite of the Norwegian Allied War Medals .

"Krigskorset med sverd" Norwegian War Cross with Swords . This shows a compare between Spinx of London made crosses and Thostrup of Oslo , Norway made crosses . The "Norwegian" made cross is made after the War ended . Spinx cross has the Sword on ribbon with prongs on back , and prongs showing on back of ribbon . Thostrup has the Sword sawn on the ribbon .

Jan Arne

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Very nice Jan. These are very often seen on Commonwealth Medal Groupings (especially Campaign Stars and Service / War Medals).

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Here is a picture of all the seven Norwegian medals related to WWII.

From left to right, random order:

- War cross with sword

- St. Olav's medal with oakbranch

- Freedom cross

- War medal

- Freedom medal

- Participation medal with rosette

- King Haakon VII's 70-years medal

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