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Kriegsverdienstkreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwerter

This is a nice example of the 'Kriegsverdienst Kreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwerter' (War Merit Cross 2nd class with swords). The War Merit Cross was instituted by Adolf Hitler on 18 October 1939. The cross is marked with '57' - Karl Hensler. Nice cross in fair to good condition!

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Kriegsverdienstkreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwerter

This is a nice example of the 'Kriegsverdienst Kreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwerter' (War Merit Cross 2nd class with swords). The War Merit Cross was instituted by Adolf Hitler on 18 October 1939. The cross is not visible maker marked. 

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Kriegsverdienstkreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwerter

This is a nice example of the 'Kriegsverdienst Kreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwerter' (War Merit Cross 2nd class with swords). The War Merit Cross was instituted by Adolf Hitler on 18 October 1939.  Maker is unreadable.

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Kriegsverdienstkreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwerter

This is a nice example of the 'Kriegsverdienst Kreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwerter' (War Merit Cross 2nd class with swords). The War Merit Cross was instituted by Adolf Hitler on 18 October 1939.  Maker is 39: 'Rudolf Berge, Gablonz'. 

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Kriegsverdienstkreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwerter

This is a nice example of the 'Kriegsverdienst Kreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwerter' (War Merit Cross 2nd class with swords). The War Merit Cross was instituted by Adolf Hitler on 18 October 1939.  Maker is 82: 'Augustin Prager'.

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'Ehrenkreuz für Frontkämpfer' with award document

'Kreiser Lorenz' of 'Ludwigshafen am Rhein' received the 'Ehrenkreuz für Frontkämpfer' on 10.11.1934.  Document was numbered 2368/34.

The medal is marked with '2 - R.V. Pforzheim'.  Good condition.

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'Ehrenkreuz für Frontkämpfer' with award document II

'Spaar Johannes' of 'Mainz-Kastel' received the 'Ehrenkreuz für Frontkämpfer' on 04.10.1934.  Document was numbered 7537/35.

The medal is marked with 'O2'.  Good condition.

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Mothers Cross in Bronze

Mothers Cross in Bronze (Ehrenkreuz der Deutschen Mutter). The Mother’s Cross was introduced by Adolf Hitler on 16 December 1938 as part of a large propaganda campaign aimed at increasing the birth rate. With the Bronze cross for bearing four or five children, the Silver cross for bearing six or seven children and the Gold cross for bearing eight or more. The cross is in mint and unissued condition and comes with its original long sized ribbon and fragile paper tissue as found.  Nice original cross!  Multiple available in the same condition!

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Kriegsverdienstkreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwerter

This is a nice example of the 'Kriegsverdienst Kreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwerter' (War Merit Cross 2nd class with swords). The War Merit Cross was instituted by Adolf Hitler on 18 October 1939.  No maker, good condition.

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Eisernes Kreuz 2. Klasse - Iron Cross 2nd Class

Iron Cross 2nd class (Eisernes Kreuz 2. Klasse) with ribbon. On 1 September 1939 Hitler reinstituted the Iron Cross (First time in 1813). The 2nd class cross was for award to personnel who performed a single act of bravery in combat.  Medal has no maker.

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2-piece 'Bandspange' for the Iron Cross 2nd Class and for the War Merit Cross 2nd Class with Swords

Good condition

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Minesweeper War Badge

The Minesweeper War Badge or Minesweepers, Sub-Chasers and Escort-Vessel War Badge (German: Kriegsabzeichen für Minensuch-, U-Boot-Jagd- und Sicherungsverbände) was a World War II German military decoration awarded to Kriegsmarine members for service on minesweepers vessels. The award was instituted on 31 August 1941 by Grand AdmiralErich Raeder.  The medal, designed by Otto Placzek of Berlin, consists of an outer laurel wreath of oak leaves with the national emblem of eagle clutching a swastika (both golden coloured) at its apex. The central area features a representation of a sea mine exploding (grey colour). Inferior quality late-war versions can appear all gray as the gilt was known to wear off. The medal was produced in tombac and zinc.  The medal was worn on the lower part of the left breast pocket of the naval service tunic, underneath the 1st class Iron Cross if awarded, or equivalent grade award. Catch is a bit bend - name of recipient written at the back. Maker is 'AS', good condition.

 

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United States - Army of Occupation Medal with Japan clasp

The Army of Occupation Medal is a military award of the United States military which was established by the United States War Department on 5 April 1946. The medal was created in the aftermath of the Second World War to recognize those who had performed occupation service in either Germany, Italy, Austria, or Japan. The original Army of Occupation Medal was intended only for members of the United States Army, but was expanded in 1948 to encompass the United States Air Force shortly after that service's creation. The Navy and Marine equivalent of the Army of Occupation Medal is the Navy Occupation Service Medal.  To be awarded the Army of Occupation Medal, a service member was required to have performed at least thirty consecutive days of military duty within a designated geographical area of military occupation.  The Army of Occupation Medal was presented with a campaign clasp, denoting either European or Asian service, depending on the region in which occupation service had been performed.  Fair condition.

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United States - Army of Occupation Medal with Germany clasp

The Army of Occupation Medal is a military award of the United States military which was established by the United States War Department on 5 April 1946. The medal was created in the aftermath of the Second World War to recognize those who had performed occupation service in either Germany, Italy, Austria, or Japan. The original Army of Occupation Medal was intended only for members of the United States Army, but was expanded in 1948 to encompass the United States Air Force shortly after that service's creation. The Navy and Marine equivalent of the Army of Occupation Medal is the Navy Occupation Service Medal.  To be awarded the Army of Occupation Medal, a service member was required to have performed at least thirty consecutive days of military duty within a designated geographical area of military occupation.  The Army of Occupation Medal was presented with a campaign clasp, denoting either European or Asian service, depending on the region in which occupation service had been performed.  Good condition.

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Minesweeper War Badge I

The Minesweeper War Badge or Minesweepers, Sub-Chasers and Escort-Vessel War Badge (German: Kriegsabzeichen für Minensuch-, U-Boot-Jagd- und Sicherungsverbände) was a World War II German military decoration awarded to Kriegsmarine members for service on minesweepers vessels. The award was instituted on 31 August 1941 by Grand AdmiralErich Raeder.  The medal, designed by Otto Placzek of Berlin, consists of an outer laurel wreath of oak leaves with the national emblem of eagle clutching a swastika (both golden coloured) at its apex. The central area features a representation of a sea mine exploding (grey colour). Inferior quality late-war versions can appear all gray as the gilt was known to wear off. The medal was produced in tombac and zinc.  The medal was worn on the lower part of the left breast pocket of the naval service tunic, underneath the 1st class Iron Cross if awarded, or equivalent grade award.  No maker, good condition.

 

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Kriegsverdienstkreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwerter

This is a nice example of the 'Kriegsverdienst Kreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwerter' (War Merit Cross 2nd class with swords). The War Merit Cross was instituted by Adolf Hitler on 18 October 1939.  Good condition - no maker.

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'Infanterie Sturmabzeichen in Silber' I

The Infantry Assault Badge in silver was introduced on 20 December 1939 by Generaloberst 'Walther von Brauchitsch', for award to all ranks of non-motorized, Infantry and Mountain Infantry units who participated in three different assaults on three different days.  The badge has a lot of it's original silver finish.  Pin, catch and hinge are in a good working condition.

The badge has no marker.  Good condition!

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Kriegsverdienstkreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwerter

This is a nice example of the 'Kriegsverdienst Kreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwerter' (War Merit Cross 2nd class with swords). The War Merit Cross was instituted by Adolf Hitler on 18 October 1939.  Good condition - no maker.

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Allgemeines Sturmabzeichen

The General Assault Badge (German: Allgemeines Sturmabzeichen) was a military decoration awarded during World War II to personnel of the German Army, Waffen-SS and Ordnungspolizei (order police) who supported an infantry attack but were not part of specific infantry units and therefore did not qualify for the Infantry Assault Badge. It was instituted by General Walther von Brauchitsch on 1 June 1940.

The medal was originally designed for presentation to combat engineers, as well as members of the artillery, anti-aircraft and anti-tank who supported infantry units in combat. It could also be awarded to medical personnel attending to battlefield casualties in "close combat conditions". Prior to the introduction of the Tank Destruction Badge, the General Assault Badge could be conferred for the single-handed destruction of tanks or armoured vehicles.

Other determining factors for award:

  • Ineligibility for the Infantry Assault Badge
  • Participation in three infantry or armored attacks on three different days; or
  • Participation in three infantry or armored indirect assaults on three different days.

The badge was made in 'Zink', no marker.  Good condition.

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Medal bar consisting of the 'Wehrmacht-Dienstauszeichnung' and 'Medaille zur Erinnerung an den 1 Oktober 1938'

The medal bar is in very good condition.  In addition the matching 'Knopflochschleife'.  Nice original item!

 

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Kriegsverdienstkreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwerter

This is a nice example of the 'Kriegsverdienst Kreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwerter' (War Merit Cross 2nd class with swords). The War Merit Cross was instituted by Adolf Hitler on 18 October 1939.  Good condition with maker '41' - Gebrüder Bender, Oberstein.

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Medal of the Armed Resistance 1940–1945

The Resistance Medal 1940–1945 (French: Médaille de la Résistance 1940–1945, Dutch: Medaille van de Weerstand 1940–1945) was a Belgian war medal established by royal decree of the Regent on 16 February 1946 and awarded to all members of the Belgian armed resistance during the Second World War and to members of the intelligence service who operated in occupied territories and participated in combat actions aimed at the liberation of Belgium. Very good condition.

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'Kriegsverdienstkreuz 2. Klasse ohne Schwerter'

The War Merit Cross (German: Kriegsverdienstkreuz) was a decoration of Nazi Germany during the Second World War, which could be awarded to military personnel and civilians alike. By the end of the war it was issued in four degrees; and had a related civil decoration. This award was created by Adolf Hitler in October 1939 as a successor to the non-combatant Iron Cross which was used in earlier wars (similar medal but with a different ribbon). The award was graded the same as the Iron Cross: War Merit Cross Second Class, War Merit Cross First Class, and Knights Cross of the War Merit Cross. The award had two variants: with swords given to soldiers for exceptional service "not in direct connection with combat", and without swords given to civilians for meritorious service in "furtherance of the war effort".

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City of Ghent Commemorative Medal 1940-1945

This unofficial medal was donated by the flemish city of Ghent (Gent) to it's own citizens who joined the resistance during the occupation by germany.  Gandavum Cives Magnae Virtutis Colit - Great Citizens of Ghent Cultivate Virtue. Rather rare piece.

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Verwundetenabzeichen in Schwarz

This is a nice example of a maker marked black wound badge (Verwundeten Abzeichen in Schwarz). With the outbreak of World War 2, on 1 September 1939, Hitler re-instituted a slightly modified version of the wound badge by altering the WWI pattern helmet on the badge to the newly designed M35 style helmet. The badge was awarded to both military and uniformed non-military personnel and later, (March 1943), to civilian personnel who received wounds as a result of enemy actions. The black wound badge was the lowest of the three classes and was awarded for one or two wounds. No maker.

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'Kriegsverdienstkreuz 2. Klasse ohne Schwerter' I

The War Merit Cross (German: Kriegsverdienstkreuz) was a decoration of Nazi Germany during the Second World War, which could be awarded to military personnel and civilians alike. By the end of the war it was issued in four degrees; and had a related civil decoration. This award was created by Adolf Hitler in October 1939 as a successor to the non-combatant Iron Cross which was used in earlier wars (similar medal but with a different ribbon). The award was graded the same as the Iron Cross: War Merit Cross Second Class, War Merit Cross First Class, and Knights Cross of the War Merit Cross. The award had two variants: with swords given to soldiers for exceptional service "not in direct connection with combat", and without swords given to civilians for meritorious service in "furtherance of the war effort".  Fair condition.

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Kriegsverdienstkreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwerter

This is a nice example of the 'Kriegsverdienst Kreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwerter' (War Merit Cross 2nd class with swords). The War Merit Cross was instituted by Adolf Hitler on 18 October 1939.  Good condition, no marker.

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Medal of the Armed Resistance 1940–1945 I

The Resistance Medal 1940–1945 (French: Médaille de la Résistance 1940–1945, Dutch: Medaille van de Weerstand 1940–1945) was a Belgian war medal established by royal decree of the Regent on 16 February 1946 and awarded to all members of the Belgian armed resistance during the Second World War and to members of the intelligence service who operated in occupied territories and participated in combat actions aimed at the liberation of Belgium. Very good condition.

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'Infanterie Sturmabzeichen'

The Infantry Assault Badge in silver was introduced on 20 December 1939 by Generaloberst 'Walther von Brauchitsch', for award to all ranks of non-motorized, Infantry and Mountain Infantry units who participated in three different assaults on three different days.  Pin, catch and hinge are in a good working condition.  No marker.  Good condition!

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Cased Mother's Cross in Gold

Cased Mothers Cross in Gold (Ehrenkreuz der Deutschen Mutter). The Mother’s Cross was introduced by Adolf Hitler on December 16th 1938 as part of a large propaganda campaign aimed at increasing the birth rate. With the Bronze cross for bearing four or five children, the Silver cross for bearing six or seven children and the Gold cross for bearing eight or more. The Cross is in good condition and comes with it's original long ribbon. The case is in good condition with some normal usage to the corners, the box is maker marked by the company of 'R. Souval' from 'Wien'. Nice original set in good used condition.

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Kriegsverdienstkreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwerter

This is a nice example of the 'Kriegsverdienst Kreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwerter' (War Merit Cross 2nd class with swords). The War Merit Cross was instituted by Adolf Hitler on 18 October 1939.  Fair condition, with  marker but not readable.

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United States - small medal bar

Small medal bar with seven medals - world war two and Korea.  Fair to good condition.

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Kriegsverdienstkreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwerter

This is a nice example of the 'Kriegsverdienst Kreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwerter' (War Merit Cross 2nd class with swords). The War Merit Cross was instituted by Adolf Hitler on 18 October 1939.  Fair condition, with maker '127' - 'Moritz Hausch AG'.

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Kriegsverdienstkreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwerter

'Kriegsverdienst Kreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwerter' (War Merit Cross 2nd class with swords) with long ribbon. The War Merit Cross was instituted by Adolf Hitler on 18 October 1939.  Fair to good condition, with maker '45' - 'Franz Jungwirth'.

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Cased 'Treuedienst Ehrenzeichen 25' I

Cased 'Treuedienst Ehrenzeichen, 25 Jahre' (Twenty-five Years Faithful Service medal). On 30 January 1938, Hitler instituted the Faithful Service Decoration, in three classes. This was in recognition of long serving civil servants, and public works personnel. Nice and complete medal with confectioned ribbon in it's original box.  Box was 'Friedrich Keller - Oberstein'.  Nice set in very good condition!

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Cased Mother's Cross in Gold I

Cased Mothers Cross in Gold (Ehrenkreuz der Deutschen Mutter). The Mother’s Cross was introduced by Adolf Hitler on December 16th 1938 as part of a large propaganda campaign aimed at increasing the birth rate. With the Bronze cross for bearing four or five children, the Silver cross for bearing six or seven children and the Gold cross for bearing eight or more. The Cross is in good condition and comes with it's original long ribbon. The case is in good condition with some normal usage to the corners, the box is maker marked by the company of 'R. Souval' from 'Wien'.

Nice original set in good condition!

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Medaille Winterschlacht im Osten 1941/42 - Eastern Front Medal

The Eastern Front Medal (German: Medaille „Winterschlacht im Osten 1941/42“) was a World War II German military decoration awarded to both German and Axis personnel. It was awarded to those who served on the German Eastern Front during the winter campaign period of 15 November 1941 to 15 April 1942. It was instituted on 26 May 1942 and was commonly known as the Ostmedaille (East Medal) or Russian Front Medal.

The medal was wryly called the Frozen Meat Medal or the "Order of the Frozen Flesh" (German: Gefrierfleischorden) by Heer, Luftwaffe and Waffen-SS personnel to whom it was awarded.  The medal has a marker but not readable.

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Frontflugspange für Kampf- und Sturzkampfflieger in Bronze - Front Flying Clasp of the Luftwaffe in Bronze

The Front Flying Clasp of the Luftwaffe (German: Frontflugspange) was a World War II German military decoration awarded to aircrew and certain other Luftwaffe personnel in recognition of the number of operational flights flown. It was instituted by Reichsmarschall Hermann Göring on 30 January 1941. It was awarded in Bronze, Silver, and Gold with an upgrade to include diamonds possible. Pennants suspended from the clasp indicated the number of missions obtained in a given type of aircraft.  The swastika was partly erased!

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SA-Sportabzeichen in Bronze - SA Sports Badge in Bronze

The SA Sports Badge was a decoration of Nazi Germany that was issued between the years 1933 and 1945.  It was a political version of the much more generic German Sports Badge.  The SA Sports Badge was instituted on 28 November 1933 by then SA chief Ernst Röhm.  It was originally only issued in bronze through the year 1935.  It was thereafter issued in three grades (bronze, silver, and gold).

On 19 January 1939, Hitler changed the name of the badge from SA-Sportabzeichen (SA Sports Badge) to SA-Wehrabzeichen (SA-Military Defense Badge).  The badge was one of the few political decorations that the armed forces allowed to freely be displayed on a military uniform.

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Kriegsverdienstkreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwerter

'Kriegsverdienst Kreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwerter' (War Merit Cross 2nd class with swords) with long ribbon. The War Merit Cross was instituted by Adolf Hitler on 18 October 1939.  No maker.

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Eisernes Kreuz 2. Klasse - Iron Cross 2nd Class I

Iron Cross 2nd class (Eisernes Kreuz 2. Klasse) with ribbon. On 1 September 1939 Hitler reinstituted the Iron Cross (First time in 1813). The 2nd class cross was for award to personnel who performed a single act of bravery in combat.  Medal has no maker.  Some glue residue at the frames of the medal as a sign of repair otherwise in good condition.

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Medaille Winterschlacht im Osten 1941/42 - Eastern Front Medal I

The Eastern Front Medal (German: Medaille „Winterschlacht im Osten 1941/42“) was a World War II German military decoration awarded to both German and Axis personnel. It was awarded to those who served on the German Eastern Front during the winter campaign period of 15 November 1941 to 15 April 1942. It was instituted on 26 May 1942 and was commonly known as the Ostmedaille (East Medal) or Russian Front Medal.

The medal was called the Frozen Meat Medal or the "Order of the Frozen Flesh" (German: Gefrierfleischorden) by Heer, Luftwaffe and Waffen-SS personnel to whom it was awarded.  The medal has no marker.

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Medaille Winterschlacht im Osten 1941/42 - Eastern Front Medal II

The Eastern Front Medal (German: Medaille „Winterschlacht im Osten 1941/42“) was a World War II German military decoration awarded to both German and Axis personnel. It was awarded to those who served on the German Eastern Front during the winter campaign period of 15 November 1941 to 15 April 1942. It was instituted on 26 May 1942 and was commonly known as the Ostmedaille (East Medal) or Russian Front Medal.

The medal was called the Frozen Meat Medal or the "Order of the Frozen Flesh" (German: Gefrierfleischorden) by Heer, Luftwaffe and Waffen-SS personnel to whom it was awarded.  The medal has no marker.

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Treudienst-Ehrenzeichen 40 Jahre - Civil Service Faithful Service Medal 40 years

The Civil Service Faithful Service Medal (Treudienst-Ehrenzeichen für Beamte Angestellte und Arbeiter im öffentlichen Dienst) was a Nazi Germany medal of honor that was founded on 30 January 1938, in two grades, to reward civilians in the employ of the German public services for long and faithful service.

The second class award was for 25 years of service was a silver cross, with a silver wreath and a black enameled swastika in the center of the cross.

The first class award was for 40 years of service was a gold cross, with a gold wreath and a black enameled swastika in the center of the cross.

The reverse of both classes was stamped with 'Für treue Dienste' (For faithful Services). The ribbon for the medal is cornflower blue.

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SA-Sportabzeichen in Bronze - SA Sports Badge in Bronze II

The SA Sports Badge was a decoration of Nazi Germany that was issued between the years 1933 and 1945.  It was a political version of the much more generic German Sports Badge.  The SA Sports Badge was instituted on 28 November 1933 by then SA chief Ernst Röhm.  It was originally only issued in bronze through the year 1935.  It was thereafter issued in three grades (bronze, silver, and gold).

On 19 January 1939, Hitler changed the name of the badge from SA-Sportabzeichen (SA Sports Badge) to SA-Wehrabzeichen (SA-Military Defense Badge).  The badge was one of the few political decorations that the armed forces allowed to freely be displayed on a military uniform.

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Medaille Winterschlacht im Osten 1941/42 - Eastern Front Medal IV

The Eastern Front Medal (German: Medaille „Winterschlacht im Osten 1941/42“) was a World War II German military decoration awarded to both German and Axis personnel. It was awarded to those who served on the German Eastern Front during the winter campaign period of 15 November 1941 to 15 April 1942. It was instituted on 26 May 1942 and was commonly known as the Ostmedaille (East Medal) or Russian Front Medal.

The medal was called the Frozen Meat Medal or the "Order of the Frozen Flesh" (German: Gefrierfleischorden) by Heer, Luftwaffe and Waffen-SS personnel to whom it was awarded.  The medal has no marker.

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German medal bar with extras

Medal bar consisting of the 'Eiserners Kreuz 2. Klasse', 'Ehrenkreuz für Frontkämpfer' and the 'Treuedienst-Ehrenzeichen für 25 Jahre', including the matching 'Feldspange', miniature needle and 'Knofplochschleife'.  The original box with ribbon is included for the 'Treuedienst-Ehrenzeichen'.

Nice set in good condition

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SA-Sportabzeichen in Bronze - SA Sports Badge in Bronze III

The SA Sports Badge was a decoration of Nazi Germany that was issued between the years 1933 and 1945.  It was a political version of the much more generic German Sports Badge.  The SA Sports Badge was instituted on 28 November 1933 by then SA chief Ernst Röhm.  It was originally only issued in bronze through the year 1935.  It was thereafter issued in three grades (bronze, silver, and gold).

On 19 January 1939, Hitler changed the name of the badge from SA-Sportabzeichen (SA Sports Badge) to SA-Wehrabzeichen (SA-Military Defense Badge).  The badge was one of the few political decorations that the armed forces allowed to freely be displayed on a military uniform.

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Kriegsverdienstkreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwerter

'Kriegsverdienst Kreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwerter' (War Merit Cross 2nd class with swords) with long ribbon. The War Merit Cross was instituted by Adolf Hitler on 18 October 1939.  No maker.

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'Kriegsverdienstkreuz 2. Klasse ohne Schwerter' II

The War Merit Cross (German: Kriegsverdienstkreuz) was a decoration of Nazi Germany during the Second World War, which could be awarded to military personnel and civilians alike. By the end of the war it was issued in four degrees; and had a related civil decoration. This award was created by Adolf Hitler in October 1939 as a successor to the non-combatant Iron Cross which was used in earlier wars (similar medal but with a different ribbon). The award was graded the same as the Iron Cross: War Merit Cross Second Class, War Merit Cross First Class, and Knights Cross of the War Merit Cross. The award had two variants: with swords given to soldiers for exceptional service "not in direct connection with combat", and without swords given to civilians for meritorious service in "furtherance of the war effort".  Fair condition.

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The Volunteer's Medal 1940–1945

 (French: "Médaille du Volontaire 1940–1945", Dutch: "Medaille van de Oorlogsvrijwilliger 1940–1945") was a Belgian war medal established by royal decree of the Regent on 16 February 1945 and awarded to Belgian and foreign civilians who voluntarily enlisted in the Belgian Armed Forces during the Second World War. The medal could also be awarded to volunteers serving in the Belgian units of the Royal Air Force, Royal Navy or British merchant navy.

20,00 €

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Wiederholungsspange 1939 zum Eisernen Kreuz 2. Klasse 1914 (2nd Form)

Spange 1939 to the Iron Cross 2nd Class 1914.  On 1 September 1939 Hitler reinstituted the Iron Cross series of awards in the First and Second Classes and established the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross and two new 'Spangen' (Bars) for the first and second class awards to be bestowed to recipients of the 1939 Iron Cross who had also been awarded a first or second class 1914 Iron Cross during WW1.  The Spange is missing two prongs at the back, original ribbon as found.  No maker, fair condition.

 

175,00 €

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Kriegsverdienstkreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwerter

'Kriegsverdienst Kreuz 2. Klasse mit Schwerter' (War Merit Cross 2nd class with swords) with long ribbon. The War Merit Cross was instituted by Adolf Hitler on 18 October 1939.  No maker.

35,00 €

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