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The Decorations of Socialist Albania 2nd Edition


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Dear ERIC SCHENA, author of the book.

YOU ARE WRONG FOR THIS PHOTO.

Officers keep the MEDAL OF REMEMBRANCE 1942-1943 (SOLID SILVER) and not the MEDAL OF LABOR.

2 of them in the right side up and down keep also the YUGOSLAVIAN MEDALS.

As I know from my grandfather, some BRIGADEs of ALBANIAN PARTISANS fought also in YUGOSLAVIAN territory, as VISHEGRAD, etc.

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Edited by Kallarati Heroik
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As usual, I am somewhat behind the rest of you as I have only just discovered this thread! The text states that no  'RPSSH' Red Star 1st classes have been observed! I am sure there will be many observed by now, but just to add a bit to this thread my Red Star 1st is an 'RPSSH' version. I bought it about 6 years ago (2012).

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I am not technically very able; i will ask somone to help with the process of the photo; it is definately a 1st class red star with RPSSH. When I bought it I was a tad taken aback , as my 2nd & 3rd classes were both RPSH. All came from the same dealer.

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