Talk:Orders, decorations, and medals of the Soviet Union
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A magnificent page! and source of the Eisenhower anecdote
It is allmost unbelievable isn't it? But the source is reliable. Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands in a serious book. The prince was told about the rhinestones in the Order of Victory by Eisenhower himself.
(Source: Prince Bernhard in an interview with Henny Meyer,Published in " Het vliegerskruis" isbn 90-6707-347-4)
Robert Prummel 01:58, 8 August 2006 (UTC)
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Missing Afghan medal?
Any reason why the "From the Grateful Afghan People" medal ru:Медаль_«Воину-интернационалисту_от_благодарного_афганского_народа» from the 1979-1989 Afghanistan campaign is missing? I know it was technically issued by the Democratic Republic of Afghanistan, but it was issued to Soviet forces and authorized for their wear. Hzoi (talk) 22:49, 10 November 2015 (UTC)