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WWII Homefront Civilian Ribbons


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Just a posting of some civilian WWII patriotic ribbons acquired over a period of years. Although some are War Dept. ribbons earned by civilian employees for 6 months, 10 years and 25 years service, most are private purchase for wear by civilians to show their support for the war effort.

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Thanks for posting! These type of pins are among my favorite pins and buttons from the homefront in WWII. You have a fine collection and some I havent seen before your post. I have included the ones I have (only six) in a case of pins and buttons from the war era. Again, thanks for posting.

 

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I agree, very nice stuff guys. Thanks to both of you for sharing thumbsup.gif

Written contributor to French Militaria Magazine, UK World War II Re-enactors Magazine &The Karkee Web Research Team.

Remembering the service of:
9095 Pte Alfred Fredrick NEWLAND, 7th Field Ambulance, 2 Division, AIF. WIA 16/11/16 France.
436 Private Albert McCANN, B Company 8th Battalion AIF. Enlisted 26/8/14. Killed in Action 17/6/15 Gallipoli.
VX24056 Gunner George Edward McCANN, 2/3 Composite Anti Aircraft Regiment. Enlisted 7/6/40. Discharged 3/8/44. Served in Australia and New Guinea.



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