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An Albania Medal for Bravery by IKOM of Zagreb

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An Albania Medal for Bravery by IKOM of Zagreb

An Albania  Medal for Bravery by IKOM of Zagreb - Type 1, Variant 2 Gold-coloured wash on bronze, 31.7 mm, original ribbon, mounted to a five-sided brass suspension with pinback, surface wear and light contact, very fine. Footnote: The Order and Medal for Bravery were instituted on July 9, 1945, the medal to be awarded to officers, non-commissioned officers and soldiers of the People’s Army and the Ministry of Internal Affairs for bravery in the face of the enemies of Albania in military operations or in defence of its borders or against spies, saboteurs and other enemies of the state. The medal was initially produced by GOZNAK in the Soviet Union and later by IKOM of Zagreb. All Albanian Communist-era medals are proving to be extremely hard to find.  
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