Trying to ID award

#1
Hi

Wonder if anyone can help on trying to id this award. Ex RSIGS colleague was clearing out following a family bereavement.

Said lady had worked for the "Government" , could speak fluent French so may have been involved in some liaison activities.

Could anyone ID the following award

Thanks in advance.
 

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#2
Can't see owt.
 
#3
Hi

Wonder if anyone can help on trying to id this award. Ex RSIGS colleague was clearing out following a family bereavement.

Said lady had worked for the "Government" , could speak fluent French so may have been involved in some liaison activities.

Could anyone ID the following award

Thanks in advance.
nowt to see
 
#6
I can see it, but sorry I can't identify it. Have looked a French decorations site but nothing there.
 
#10
Hi

Wonder if anyone can help on trying to id this award. Ex RSIGS colleague was clearing out following a family bereavement.

Said lady had worked for the "Government" , could speak fluent French so may have been involved in some liaison activities.

Could anyone ID the following award

Thanks in advance.
With those colours, could be Italian?
 
#11
With those colours, could be Italian?
Or Hungarian; previous versions of the Hungarian flag had a cross of Lorraine on them, so that looks likely.

No idea though.
 
#12
Or Hungarian; previous versions of the Hungarian flag had a cross of Lorraine on them, so that looks likely.

No idea though.
Will check that, I thought the Hungarians had the Cross of St Stephen, or whatever it is in Hungarian - but two bars rather than just one.

Krom
 

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#13
Hungarian. The three hills in front represent the three mountain ranges of Hungary.
 
#14
Yep Italian. It was an award given to Italian soldiers, sailors and airmen who took part in victorious battles and is very, very rare.
 

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