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Hello anons first thing i have to say is that my english is not my first lenguaje, ok sooo heres the question i have a couple of nazi’s con-decorations, but the nazis con-decorations have a very peculiar name “Guadalupe seong eun hong sihm” but “Guadalupe” is a mexican name and the last names are korean/chinesse sooo how can a half mexican half korean can be a nazi soldier?
Ill put the con-decoration name photo in the comments.
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>>6918069
>nazi
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>>6918067
Bump cause this looks interesting. The nazis let non whites join in so maybe a mexican korean got in by being in the right place right time. If it wasn't a spaniard could be some maybe a medal given to a soldier who fought in south america.
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>>6920037
When I say south america I mean maybe during or after the war.
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>>6918096
It says 'westminster school second prize awarded'. That's not a nazi decoration that is just some random ass school award, now that other medal you have does look interesting though. Does it day anything on the back?



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