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Social Welfare Decoration 3rd Class

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The Social Welfare Decoration (GermanEhrenzeichen für deutsche Volkspflege) was a German Civil Award created by Adolf Hitler on 1 May 1939 for services in the social sector. The decoration was issued in three classes and was awarded for a wide variety of service.

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WARNING: Medals are sold without ribbon. Ribbons and accessories are sold separately. You can find them under the description of the product, in "Accessories".

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Merit classes

The Social Welfare Decoration was granted in four classes:
Social Welfare Decoration I. Class (with Star)
Social Welfare Decoration I. Class (Neck Decoration)
Social Welfare Decoration II. Class (Brooch Decoration)
Social Welfare Decoration III. Class (with ribbon)

A Medal for Social Welfare was also coined with a ribbon for the lower levels.

Medals With Ribbon

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