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Mothers Cross in Gold with case of issue > Germany / Tyskland WW1-WW2 > German WW1-2 Awards / Medaljer  |  
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Item number 7459

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Maker marked 'Alfred Stübbe, Berlin'

Description
Mothers cross, Gold version .

Excellent condition. Unmarked as they should be. NIce full lenght ribbon.

Case is maker marked 'Alfred Stübbe, Berlin', dark blue, overall good used condition. A hard to find maker.

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Moderskors i Guld med etui.

Utmärkt skick med etui. Omärkt som de ska vara.

Etuiet är märkt 'Alfred Stübbe, Berlin' och är i bra använt skick. En ovanlig tillverkare.

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HISTORY:
The Cross of Honor of the German Mother (German: Ehrenkreuz der deutschen Mutter or more colloquially Mutterkreuz), but often referred to simply as the Mothers Cross, was an award of the Nazi regime.

This award was instituted on December 16, 1938 as part of Hitler's initiative to encourage Aryan population growth, and so only women with pure Aryan families could achieve such awards. Women from absorbed Germanic countries (such as Austria and Danzig) were also eligible. A mother could be awarded a bronze, silver, or gold cross depending on the amount of children she had produced. Eight would entitle the woman to a gold cross, six to silver, and four for bronze.


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