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Old 21-04-19, 08:21 PM
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Default Auxiliary Unit Badge Details At Stand Down

Whilst scouring the web I stumbled across this and thought it was worth posting here for interest and reference.
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Many thanks for posting - great dative record
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Old 22-04-19, 12:10 AM
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Very useful information. Thanks for posting.

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Thank you for the post, good information.

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Wonderful document, many thanks for sharing. Regards Mark
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Thats very interesting as it shows that the badges were wartime produced and available to be worn from VE day rather than as I had read elsewhere only produced after the war as a type of OCA badge.

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Thats very interesting as it shows that the badges were wartime produced and available to be worn from VE day rather than as I had read elsewhere only produced after the war as a type of OCA badge.

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Thatís what I thought too, great posting of this info
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Brilliant find! Many thanks for sharing.

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Old 23-04-19, 03:47 PM
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That's excellent intelligence. Well done and thank you for sharing it! Mike
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It originally came from CART:
https://blog.coleshillhouse.com/stan...omes-to-light/
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Old 23-04-19, 06:05 PM
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Great website ARPCDHG (although that was not the one I found it on).
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Thanks for this very useful info , I had always believed them to be post war productions, .
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