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eMedals-A Unique Second War Moslem/Bosnian Clergymen Collar Tab

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A Unique Second War Moslem/Bosnian Clergymen Collar Tab

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A Unique Second War Moslem/Bosnian Clergymen Collar Tab

A Unique Second War Moslem/Bosnian Clergymen Collar Tab - A Single collar tab of the Military Clergymen of the Moslem confession, 1941-45 period, hand embroidered in flat bullion wire, on green padded wool. Footnote: Moslem Clergymen served alongside Officer's and Men of Moslem Confession, who were integral part of Croatian Armed Units during WW II (aproximatelly 25-30% of Croatian Army included Bosnians of Moslem Confession); Moslem Clergymen also served with (mostly) Moslem/Bosnian 13th. Waffen-SS Division (Handschar), raised in Bosnia- Hercegovina in 1943/44. This collar tab is pictured in Pogacic' book on Croatian WWII insignia; to best of my knowledge, it is the only one known in existance.
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