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October 1 1938 Com. medal with bag of issue > Germany / Tyskland WW1-WW2 > German WW1-2 Awards / Medaljer  |  
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Die Medaille zur Erinnering an den 1 Oktober 1939

October 1 1938 Commemorative Medal with the bag of issue.

Near mint unissued condition.

Bag is maker marked 'Buttig & Co'. The bag to these medals never have any text on the front. With original wrapping paper.


1 Oktober 1938 minnesmedalj med förläningspåse.

Nära perfekt oanvänt skick.

Påsen är tillverkarmärkt 'Buttig & Co'. . Komplett med original sveppapper.

The Sudetenland Medal has a history dating back to just before World War II. On 1 October 1938, German forces entered the Sudetenland and annexed the area to the Third Reich. To commemorate this event, on 18 Oct. 1938 the Nazis issued a special medal to be given to the German military forces who took part in the occupation. The medal was also given to the soldiers who took part in the occupation of Czechoslovakia in March 1939. The soldiers who took part in both occupations received the Prague Castle bar, which was worn on the ribbon of the medal.

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