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The interallied victory medals of World War I

Alexander J. Laslo

The interallied victory medals of World War I

by Alexander J. Laslo

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Published by Dorado Pub. in Albuquerque, N.M .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • World War, 1914-1918 -- Medals -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 117-125.

    StatementAlexander J. Laslo.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsD608.5 .L37 1986
    The Physical Object
    Pagination125 p., [18] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages125
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2746564M
    ISBN 100961732008
    LC Control Number86071991
    OCLC/WorldCa18013492

    Approximat of these medals were issued, although I notice they crop up on eBay more frequently than some of the other smaller issues, possibly due to subsequent re-issues. The front of the medal has an Art Deco style winged Victory. The linden tree, symbol of the Czech nation, sprouts near Victory’s feet. Criteria. The World War II Victory Medal was awarded for service between 7 December and 31 December , both dates inclusive, with no minimum time in service requirement. The National Personnel Records Center has reported some cases of service members receiving the award for only a few days of service. As the Second World War ended on 2 September , Next (higher): European-African-Middle Eastern .

    Title: The interallied victory medals of World War I by Laslo, Alexander J at - ISBN - ISBN - Dorado Pub - - SoftcoverPrice Range: £ - £ The Interallied Victory Medals Of World War 1 - Alexander J Laslo - 2nd Edition. $ Three World. Three World War 2 Medals And Ribbons And Stars Be Longed To Ben H. Brooks. $ Lot Of. Lot Of Us Military World War Ii 2 Medals Mountedbar Victory Liberation Asiatic. $

    Now I feel humbled Scott. In that case I also feel I should mention again that about 80% of this information will becoming out of a single book, The Interallied Victory Medals of World War I by Alexander Laslo. He should get the credit. I actually put together a display of my Victory Medals for a school Veterans Day program back in 0r   The book has illustrations covering all 17 different types of the U.S. Victory medal, (Original issues, reproductions, foreign imports and fakes of the U.S. Victory medals). I also cover and illustrate all 19 Army clasps (bars), all 19 Navy and Marines Corps clasps (bars) and at least 40+ different types of reproduction and fake clasps from the.


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Out of 5 stars Interallied Victory Medals of the Great War. Reviewed in the United States on Novem This is a magnificent reference. Laslo's second edition contains a chapter on each of the nations participating in the Great War which issued a Victory Medal. Included in each chapter are specifications on the original as well as 5/5(3).

This book is indispensable for any collector of military medals if for no other reason than it shows how a book on the history of military medals and one in particular, should be written.

Specifically, the section of the Philippine Constabulary Victory Medal provides information about the medal during the Insular Period in which the United 5/5(3). 18 rows  The Inter-Allied Victory Medal (Greek: Διασυμμαχικόν Μετάλλιον Νίκης) is a. The World War One Victory Medal Navy Clasps: "F" = "Fake" Two major sources of information on the WWI Victory medal are Alexander Laslo's book, The Interallied Victory Medals of WWI and Col.

Albert F. Gleim's The Gleim Medal Letters (Thomas Nier and Allen Menke). [Note: both books are reviewed in the Resources and Links >> Books section.]. Gleim's work is the source. The World War I Victory Medal (originally known as the Victory Medal) was a United States World War I service medal designed by James Earle Fraser.

Award of a common allied service medal was recommended by an inter-allied committee in March Each allied nation would design a 'Victory Medal' for award to their military personnel, all issues having certain common features, Next (higher): Mexican Border Service Medal.

The Interallied Victory Medals of World War I by Laslo, Alexander J. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The Interallied Victory Medals of World War I Laslo describes the background, the issue, and award of the medals of WWI.

His section on the Victory medals, and specifically the Navy service clasps including the Submarine Chaser clasp (a small part of the book, but the part of most direct interest to chaser enthusiasts), draws on the work of. The War Was Young, And All Sides Were Still Playing At War, The Next Three Years Would Prove To Show The World Inventions And Advancements In Killing That Were Beyond Imagination.

By the end of the Great War to end All Wars the following countries had participated in, and presented a victory medal to those who fought, and the families of those.

Established inthe World War I Victory Medal honors United States Armed Forces personnel who carried out service in qualifying periods and areas during World War I. Eligible service includes: Any service between April 6, and Novem Service in European Russia between Novem and August 5,   From memory, the thin suspender as shown in posts 1 and 7 was the first type used on US Victory Medals.

Unfortunately, I cannot get to my copy of Laslo's "Interallied Victory Medals of World War One" to confirm this. This suspender was replaced in later issues, because of weakness, with the one used on your example. Sepoy. Among the references I must point out this book "The Interallied Victory medals of World War I" by Alexander J.

Laslo that you can easily find it on Amazon. I remind you that you are free to take any material from this site, but cites "Sesti collections". Thanks. THE INTERALLIED VICTORY MEDALS OF WORLD WAR I This is a good reference on WW1 Victory medals in very good cond.

2nd Edition Revised please E-Mail with any questions good Luck US sales only Seller assumes all responsibility for this Rating: % positive. Hi there, saw you request, the main book for information on the Victory Medal is; The interallied victory medals of World War I by Alexander J.

Laslo, Dorado Publishing, Albuquerque. Edition. It gives detailed information on all the countries who issued Victory Medals, such as Cuba, Japan, designs etc.

The Victory Medal (also called the Inter Allied Victory Medal) is a bronze medal that was awarded to all who received the Star or Star and, with certain exceptions, to those who received the British War Medal.

It was never awarded alone. These three medals were sometimes irreverently referred to as Pip, Squeak and Wilfred. Source for quantities issued: Laslo, Alexander J., The Interallied Victory Medals of World War I, Second Revised Edition, Dorado Publishing, Albuquerque, N.M.,pages.

RELATED INSIGNIA. When any person had been commended as the result of the recommendation of the Board of Awards by the Secretary of the Navy for performance of duty during World War I not.

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