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    Posted 1 year ago

    yougottaha…
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    Hitler's Mothers Cross given out on Mothers Day from 1938 til 1944 Bronze was for bearing 4 or 5 children, Silver 6 or 7 children Gold for 8 or more for the Reich!!! German origin only!!!! The other badges I'm not sure of??? German infantry with rifle?? Come from my Biscuit Tin!!!

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    1. IVAN49 IVAN49, 1 year ago
      The medal on the left:PREUSSEN. Kyffhäuser-Verdienst-Kreuz. This cross was awarded for outstanding service in the prussian veteran association. Second class on a band, first class in gold with a clasp. And it is not awarded by the Reichskriegerbund! The prussian veteran association was one of six different veteran association (Preussen, Baden, Sachsen, Bayern, Hessen, Württemberg). In 1921 they build the Reichskriegerbund with full independence of each association.
    2. yougottahavestuff yougottahavestuff, 1 year ago
      Thank you IVAN49 for the info.
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    3. elanski elanski, 1 year ago
      The one with the rifle is an Infantry Assault Badge, awarded for direct participation in an infantry attack.

      Bottom one looks like a Prussian eagle. Don't know what it was for. Looks like there is space below for something to be inscribed. Might be related to the badge Ivan identified.

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