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Chinese World War II Veterans Receive Medals From Russia

British China Chinese Labor Corp World War I 1914 1918 Medal

British China Chinese Labor Corp World War I 1914 1918 Medal

British China Chinese Labor Corp World War I 1914 1918 Medal

British China Chinese Labor Corp World War I 1914 1918 Medal

British China Chinese Labor Corp World War I 1914 1918 Medal

British China Chinese Labor Corp World War I 1914 1918 Medal

Bronze British War Medal To CHINESE LABOUR CORPS. This is an original medal, not a reproduction. The Chinese Labour Corps (CLC) was a force of workers recruited by the British government in World War I to free troops for front line duty by performing support work and manual labour. The French government also recruited a significant number of Chinese labourers, and although those labourers working for the French were recruited separately and not part of the CLC, they are often considered to be so. In all, some 140,000 men served for both British and French forces before the war ended and most of the men were repatriated to China between 1918 and 1920. Check out my other listings now for more medals on sale. Dear valued customers, I regularly list Chinese antiques coins, banknotes, medals, important documents, engravings, carvings, boxes, cases, frames, postcards, photos, stereoviews, fans, hats, ranks, badges, finials, embroideries, bonds, books, pocket watches, silver items etc etc. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “BRITISH CHINA CHINESE LABOR CORP WORLD WAR I 1914 1918 MEDAL” is in sale since Saturday, July 28, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\WW II (1939-45)\Original Period Items\China”. The seller is “bond_artist” and is located in Singapore. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United Kingdom

WW2 Japan War Medal Badge exterminate Chinese Warlord Army! Rare

WW2 Japan War Medal Badge exterminate Chinese Warlord Army! Rare

WW2 Japan War Medal Badge exterminate Chinese Warlord Army! Rare

WW2 Japan War Medal Badge exterminate Chinese Warlord Army! Rare

WW2 Japanese Army warmedal – Exterminate the bandits of Yan battel badge! In TOP Condition with woodbox, very rare! Worldwide FREE shippin g! The item “WW2 Japan War Medal Badge exterminate Chinese Warlord Army! Rare” is in sale since Wednesday, June 04, 2014. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\WW II (1939-45)\Original Period Items\Japan\Medals, Pins & Ribbons”. The seller is “medal321″ and is located in Berlin. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: Japan

Ww2 Chinese Service Medal In Original Box # 16827 China War Japan

Ww2 Chinese Service Medal In Original Box # 16827 China War Japan

Ww2 Chinese Service Medal In Original Box # 16827 China War Japan

Ww2 Chinese Service Medal In Original Box # 16827 China War Japan

Ww2 Chinese Service Medal In Original Box # 16827 China War Japan

Ww2 Chinese Service Medal In Original Box # 16827 China War Japan

Ww2 Chinese Service Medal In Original Box # 16827 China War Japan

Ww2 Chinese Service Medal In Original Box # 16827 China War Japan

Ww2 Chinese Service Medal In Original Box # 16827 China War Japan

Ww2 Chinese Service Medal In Original Box # 16827 China War Japan

Ww2 Chinese Service Medal In Original Box # 16827 China War Japan

CHINA SERVICE MEDAL WW2, WITH BOX! Background Sometimes called the China War War Memorial Medal , this medal was authorized by the Chinese Nationalist Government for issue to all servicemen and others who assisted the Chinese in their fight against Japan during the second World War. It was awarded to both military and civilian personnel who were directly involved in the war effort. Perhaps the largest single group of Americans to receive this medal were members of the 14th Air Force, the famed Flying Tigers. This medal was presented to them in a special ceremony during a convention of the 14th Air Force Association held in New Orleans on August 2, 1975. The medals were formally presented to about 200 veterans by the Ambassador of the Republic of China and Anna Chennault, the widow of General Claire L. Chennault, the former commander of the Flying Tigers. Establishing Authority This medal was established as the Medal in Commemoration of Victory in the Resistance Against Aggression, but is more commonly known as the China War Memorial Medal. It was established by the Republic of China in 1944 and issued October of 1946. Acceptance by the United States Acceptance of this medal was authorized in accordance with the provisions of Public Law 80-314, which authorized the acceptance of foreign awards and decorations during World War II for the period of December 7, 1941 through July 24, 1948. Effective Dates The effective dates of the China War Medal are December 8, 1941 to September 2, 1945. Criteria The China War Memorial Medal was awarded to all members of the Armed Forces of the United States who served in Mainland China, Burma, Vietnam, and Thailand, for at least thirty days between December 8, 1941 and September 2, 1945. The item “WW2 CHINESE SERVICE MEDAL IN ORIGINAL BOX # 16827 CHINA WAR JAPAN” is in sale since Saturday, October 14, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\WW II (1939-45)\Original Period Items\United States\Medals & Ribbons”. The seller is “wwsurplus” and is located in Shippensburg, Pennsylvania. This item can be shipped to United States.

Ww1 Medals, Bwm. Bronze. Chinese Labour Corps. Consecutively Numbered. Replicas

Ww1 Medals, Bwm. Bronze. Chinese Labour Corps. Consecutively Numbered. Replicas

Ww1 Medals, Bwm. Bronze. Chinese Labour Corps. Consecutively Numbered. Replicas

Ww1 Medals, Bwm. Bronze. Chinese Labour Corps. Consecutively Numbered. Replicas

Ww1 Medals, Bwm. Bronze. Chinese Labour Corps. Consecutively Numbered. Replicas

Ww1 Medals, Bwm. Bronze. Chinese Labour Corps. Consecutively Numbered. Replicas

Ww1 Medals, Bwm. Bronze. Chinese Labour Corps. Consecutively Numbered. Replicas

NOTE ; I have relisted this lot of medals due to a message advising me that these are most likely copies. Apparently the medal forums covering such topics chat about the lettering & numbering (rounded “3″, as compared to flat topped “3″,) styles, blemishes (dot or no dot) between the V and B of the obverse, etc, etc. However, they also comment that the copy BWM`s , in bronze, has the suspension loop moulded into the medal. This lot to be auctioned here, shows the hole for the pin for attachment of the suspension loop! ? And they show age….. The pictures tell more than I can so please spend some time to view properly. If anything else, they would make good gap fillers for any collection………………. PAIR of BRONZE or copper? WW1 British War Medals (BWM) to the Chinese Labour Corps CHINESE. These units (one from many countries, India, Burma, etc) were used during ww1 to build roads, for loading ships, and often for the hard menial work of trench construction, etc so saving the allies manpower for other uses. Unfortunately missing the suspension bars from both of these… Never the less, the Bronze WW1 BWM`s are harder to find than the silver version`s due to them being scrapped for their copper content, in quantity, between the World Wars.. They have no material value unlike the silver versions but this still does not belittle the valuable service that these units contributed to the 1914/18 Great war. These came from a estate sale of a medal collector, some years ago….. The item “WW1 MEDALS, BWM. BRONZE. CHINESE LABOUR CORPS. CONSECUTIVELY NUMBERED. REPLICAS” is in sale since Saturday, March 11, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\1914 – 1918 (WWI)”. The seller is “glengellan” and is located in Aspley, QLD. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country: Britain
  • Campaign: World War I
  • Product Type: Medals
  • Era: 1910s

Rare WW1 Bronze British War Medal Chinese Labour Corps Casualty

Rare WW1 Bronze British War Medal Chinese Labour Corps Casualty

Rare WW1 Bronze British War Medal Chinese Labour Corps Casualty

Rare WW1 Bronze British War Medal Chinese Labour Corps Casualty

Rare WW1 Bronze British War Medal Chinese Labour Corps Casualty

Rare WW1 Bronze British War Medal Chinese Labour Corps Casualty

Rare WW1 Bronze British War Medal Chinese Labour Corps Casualty

Rare WW1 Bronze British War Medal Chinese Labour Corps Casualty

Rare WW1 Bronze British War Medal Chinese Labour Corps Casualty

I have been clearing a few items from my fathers estate, this medal I remember playing with as a child in the early 1970′s, according to my father he was given the medal as a boy in London from a Chinese family who lived nearby and who worked in the docks area, they told him the recipient of the medal had died in the first world war, my brother was able to check with the Commonwealth war graves people and download a copy of the certificate commemorating his death. The medal which comes in the rarer bronze metal is marked around the rim with: No 40732 Chinese L. C, the certificate shows that this relates to Labourer Lo Hai Ch’lng 40732 100. Coy Chinese Labour Corps who died on 22 November 1917 and who is remembered with honour at the Arques-La-Bataille British cemetery. To go with the medal is a small brass trench art shell case pot, this is marked to the base Aug 1918 with other numbers and symbols, the outside of the pot is very faintly decorated (and hard to photograph) with two fish and two flower pots and running from top to bottom are two lines of Chinese characters, obviously I havent the first clue what this means but I would like to think that it is in celebration of Lo Hai Ch’lng’s life. The medal is very dirty and the ribbon is very rough, there is a bump on the edge near the number, the shell case is in good condition but faintly decorated as previously stated, this stands 3.5 inches high. The item “Rare WW1 Bronze British War Medal Chinese Labour Corps Casualty” is in sale since Sunday, December 18, 2016. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War I (1914-1918)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “themagpie” and is located in suffolk. This item can be shipped worldwide.

Rare WW1 Bronze British War Medal Chinese Labour Corps Casualty

Rare WW1 Bronze British War Medal Chinese Labour Corps Casualty

Rare WW1 Bronze British War Medal Chinese Labour Corps Casualty

Rare WW1 Bronze British War Medal Chinese Labour Corps Casualty

Rare WW1 Bronze British War Medal Chinese Labour Corps Casualty

Rare WW1 Bronze British War Medal Chinese Labour Corps Casualty

Rare WW1 Bronze British War Medal Chinese Labour Corps Casualty

Rare WW1 Bronze British War Medal Chinese Labour Corps Casualty

Rare WW1 Bronze British War Medal Chinese Labour Corps Casualty

I have been clearing a few items from my fathers estate, this medal I remember playing with as a child in the early 1970′s, according to my father he was given the medal as a boy in London from a Chinese family who lived nearby and who worked in the docks area, they told him the recipient of the medal had died in the first world war, my brother was able to check with the Commonwealth war graves people and download a copy of the certificate commemorating his death. The medal which comes in the rarer bronze metal is marked around the rim with: No 40732 Chinese L. C, the certificate shows that this relates to Labourer Lo Hai Ch’lng 40732 100. Coy Chinese Labour Corps who died on 22 November 1917 and who is remembered with honour at the Arques-La-Bataille British cemetery. To go with the medal is a small brass trench art shell case pot, this is marked to the base Aug 1918 with other numbers and symbols, the outside of the pot is very faintly decorated (and hard to photograph) with two fish and two flower pots and running from top to bottom are two lines of Chinese characters, obviously I havent the first clue what this means but I would like to think that it is in celebration of Lo Hai Ch’lng’s life. The medal is very dirty and the ribbon is very rough, there is a bump on the edge near the number, the shell case is in good condition but faintly decorated as previously stated, this stands 3.5 inches high. The item “Rare WW1 Bronze British War Medal Chinese Labour Corps Casualty” is in sale since Sunday, December 04, 2016. This item is in the category “Collectables\Militaria\World War I (1914-1918)\Medals/ Ribbons”. The seller is “themagpie” and is located in suffolk. This item can be shipped worldwide.