1St October Medal 1938 (Occupation of Sudentanland)
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(MC923) A Sudetenland Medal for the Occupation of the Czechosloakian border area. This was one of the flower wars that led to WWII, with Hitler's annexation of Austria, Sudetenland and a piece of Memel in Lithuania, this being the more common of all three. GBP 35.00 (UK Pounds)

(S834) A Nice 1st October Medal for the occupation of Sudentenland in the Czech Republic. The award is a nice Early bronze example being a nice caramel colour now. The award has an original piece of ribbon and has never been mounted or worn. GBP 50.00 (UK Pounds)

(S1096) A 1st October Medal for 1938 for the Occupation of Sudentenland in Czechoslovakia. The medal is in nice condition and complete with its original ribbon. It was picked up at the end of the war, along with many other items by a British serviceman and stored away until now. GBP 40.00 (UK Pounds)

(N945) A Grouping of items revolving around the 1st October 1938 Medal which is included. The medal itself is in nice overall condition and of standard construction. It comes complete with its ribbon of issue. There is then a photograph of the recipient in Luftwaffe uniform with the rank of gefreiter. The photo shows him, his wife and their daughter. There is the name and address of the photo agent on the reverse, also. Then comes the A5 size full size Citation with the luftwaffe flying eagle to the top, awarded to a member of the luftwaffe. The citation was given out on 1/11/1939 and has been file punched, but other than this, it is in good condition and nice and clean. GBP 125.00 (UK Pounds)

(S836) A Nice 1st October Medal for the occupation of Sudentenland in the Czech Republic in a paper packet of issue . The award is a nice Early bronze example being a nice caramel colour now. The award has an original piece of ribbon and has never been mounted or worn. GBP 65.00 (UK Pounds)

(S1097) A 1st October Medal for 1938 for the Occupation of Sudentenland in Czechoslovakia. The medal is in nice condition and complete with its original ribbon. It was picked up at the end of the war, along with many other items by a British serviceman and stored away until now. GBP 40.00 (UK Pounds)
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