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By Terence Wise

ISBN-10: 0850453844

ISBN-13: 9780850453843

This article via Terence clever explores many of the interesting peoples who comprised the traditional armies of the center East: the Sumerians, who have been the 1st to introduce using bronze into battle, and have been centuries prior to the Egyptians within the use of the wheel – The Akkadians, whose citizen military used to be composed nearly solely of sunshine troops – The Babylonians, whose humans have been granted land in go back for military carrier – the horned warriors of the Elamites – the Egyptians, with thier heavy spearmen and archers – the tribal and warlike Libyans – Nubians and Ethiopians – Hyksos – the armies of the Hittite Empire – the ocean humans and others.

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Josef Charita) 40 (Verwundetenabzeichen) Some thought was given to the question of whether or not to include this badge here. It was not given only for specific campaigns or types of service. It was, however, closely related to the combat badges – as specified in the qualification criteria for various battle badges quoted above, very often the award of a wound badge was accompanied by the bestowal of the relevant combat award if this was not already held. Finally, of course, the mere fact that they were awarded for wounds suffered in action makes these badges true ‘battle insignia’ in the most undeniable sense.

Equally spurious are those shields showing the so-called Stalingrad Cross as worn by the ‘Hoch und Deutschmeister’ Regiment (see below under Unit Level Insignia). MEDALS The Eastern Winter 1941/42 Campaign Medal ( M e d a i l l e Wi n t e r s c h l a c h t i m O s t e n 1 9 4 1 / 4 2 o r ‘Ostmedaille’) The handsome campaign medal for the first winter on the Eastern Front, 1941/42, cast in gunmetal colour with silverpolished details; see also Plate G4a. Unique in that it was designed by a serving combat soldier, this award was instituted on 26 May 1942, to reward those who had taken part in the first winter campaign in Russia between 15 November 1941 and 15 April 1942.

Kavallerie-Division A white metal badge worn on the left side of the cap – within a circular border a rider on horseback leaping over an obstacle. 1. Panzer-Division Widely worn within the division, this was a thin sheet metal stamping showing a single oak leaf, the tactical sign of the division. It had a number of holes around the edge for sewing to the left side of the field cap. 3. Panzer-Division A tilted metal ‘cross of Lorraine’ shape with two diagonal crossbars on the vertical, worn on the left side of the cap.

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