Talk:Order of Victory

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The Order of Victory is worthy to keep on Wikipedia, yet I noticed this in copyvio. Most of the information is pasted from http://www.acadiacom.net/adimag/highest.html, and I wish for anyone who can reword half of this stuff (from the medal design on down), this will be a great thing. Thanks. Zscout370 17:44, 22 Mar 2005 (UTC)

micahel 1[edit]

why did michael 1 win the order of victory? in ww2 romania was allied to the axis, and michael being a monarch would seem to be opposed to communist principles.

According to Michael_of_Romania, Stalin personally gave him the Order due to acts ending the Romanian fight against the Allies, including the overthorw of Antonescu. User:Zscout370 (Return Fire) 20:52, 8 November 2006 (UTC)

the source[edit]

of the sory about the glass stones in Eisenhowers decoration:

Published in "Het Vliegerskruis" Page 92, ISBN 90 6707 347 4 Amsterdam 1997

Faithfully yours,

Robert Prummel
The Netherlands