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Discussions on interpreting original records .


Before you ask

Before you post a question, do make sure you have checked out "Interpreting medal index cards" and other advice on The Long, Long Trail (link top left of this page).

Please note that this forum will be pruned from time to time. The nature of questions about interpreting the medal index cards is that there is a certain amount of repetition. Unusual cards/questions will not be cut, but all other posts will be subject to removal after a reasonable period of time.

Please do not use this area for requesting look-ups (there are other areas to do that).

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