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Article about: Wow! Fantastic! Thanks so much. I'll see if I can find this on the internet as well. If you know of any links to information on this badge, please share. Thanks, Richard

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    Wow! Fantastic! Thanks so much. I'll see if I can find this on the internet as well. If you know of any links to information on this badge, please share.

    Thanks,
    Richard

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    Hi Richard
    I found this, but no pictures, I search
    Liste des badges des Scouts de France - Scoutopedia
    Didier

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    Thank you again Didier! I went ahead and added the picture of the badge to the website.

    Richard

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    Hi Richard
    very good idea !!
    Didier

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    Hi Richard
    your patch is 1930 era
    here is an old book:

    cordially
    Didier

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    More great information. Thank you again Didier! I mentioned posting some pictures my Grandfather had of a French boy that he befriended while passing through France during WW2. Here they are. I had thought this young man might be wearing a scout uniform, but now looking at the pictures, it appears he might be dressed for church in the one picture. Let me know what you think or if you know anything about the pictures. Feel free to help with the translations of the French on the back of the photos. Thanks!

    Picture 1 (front/back) (To my friend Albert, my best memory Titi 8/10/44)
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    Picture 2 (front/back) (Best remembered my great friend Titi 11/11/44)
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    Richard

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    Hi Richard
    the first picture show a Catholic ceremony called First Communion
    the second, I can't see a Scout uniform
    I try to show you a Scout uniform, 1940 era
    cordially
    Didier

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    Oh Wow! That is cool. I thought that I saw some badges/pins hanging from his shirt. Also, if you have that scouting book that you shared a the scan from earlier, would you mind scanning in the cover, or the inside cover page so I can have information on the source? Also, if you know French, can you help me with translating the backs of the pictures? I ran what I thought they said through a translator, but I am not sure how accurate of a translation it is.

    Thank you so much for your help with bringing life to some of the relics that my Grandparents left me from the war. God bless you!
    Richard

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    Hi Richard
    here are some pictures:
    1 and 2 from the book
    3 shirt 1940 era
    cordially
    Didier



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    Thank you, thank you , thank you Didier!! This is simply awesome!!

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