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someone said to me, Polotsk Cadet ?? I don't know
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There were units in southern France among whom were many Poles, so it could belong to one of these. Nice find
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someone can translate this document, please
Polotsk cadet corps (1834-1919)
Open 26.06.1835. In the wall of the building housing the core was embedded inside her 7.10.1812 on the day of the storming of Polotsk Russian troops under the command of General count Wittgenstein. The corps was created for the children of the nobility of the Vitebsk, Mogilev, Smolensk, Minsk provinces. It was forbidden to adopt the children of those nobles who participated in the Polish uprising 1863-1854.
436. The badge of Polotsk cadet corps 1900. Roman numerals LXIV (64) the indicated release. Bronze gilt, enamel, size 23 x 15mm.
437. Badge to commemorate the 65th anniversary of (1835-1900) the Polotsk cadet corps, issue 1900 to 1907. Belonged to cadet V. A. Savchenko-Belsky. Silver, gold, enamel. Size 30 x 22mm.
438. Badge to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the (1835-1905) of Polotsk cadet corps 1906. Silver, enamel, size 42 x 25 mm.
439. The sign of the graduating of the Polotsk cadet corps with the number 217. Silver, gold, enamel with scenes. Size 45 x 34mm. Approved 6.05.1912.
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