1919 Scott 10 1r on 4k carmine On Russian Imperforate Stamps of 1917, Surcharged Quick History Siberia consists of a huge territory of Russia between the Ural Mountains and the Pacific Ocean. But, for purposes of this post, the "Siberia" philatelic history is a consequence of the Russian Civil War following WW I between the Red Army (Bolshevik) and the White Army (anti-Bolshevik) forces. Trans-Siberian Railway The main goal of both sides was the control of the Trans-Siberian railway from…
WWII Japanese Order of the Sacred Treasure 7th Class Medal with Lapel Stud
ARTIFACT: This is a World War II Japanese Order of the Sacred Treasure 7th Class medal hanging from a pale green and golden ribbon with matching lapel stud showing a golden "Y". The honor is awarded for longtime faithful service and was established in 1888. VINTAGE: Circa World War II. SIZE: Medal is about 1-5/16� in width by 3� in height; stud is about 1/2� in diameter. CONSTRUCTION/MATERIALS: Silver with silk ribbon. ATTACHMENT: Hook with "U" hasp; suspension ring; lapel…
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Cross of St. George
The Cross of Saint George (Russian: Георгиевский Крест) is a state decoration of the Russian Federation. It was initially established by Imperial Russia where it was officially known as the Decoration of the Military Order of Saint George between 1807 and 1913. Established in the February 1807 decree of Emperor Alexander I, it was intended as a reward for "undaunted courage" by the lower ranks (soldiers, sailors and NCOs) of the military.
K vítězné svobodě 1914-1918-1928: [album fotografií z dějin zahraničního i domácího odboje československého : k oslavě prvého desetiletí ČSR
Generál Selivačev, velitel 49. armádního sboru, s plukovníkem Trojanovem, velitelem čs. brigády, v zákopech brigády u Zborova 24. června 1917 // General Selivachev, commander of the 49. field corps, with colonel Trojanov, commander of Czechoslovakian brigade in Zborov trenches, 24th June 1917 K vítězné svobodě 1914-1918-1928