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SOVIET BADGE "Distinguished MACHINE-GUNNER" WW2

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    Yes, they did make some of these. In fact 9 versions out of 24 of this badge.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Quote by Adrian Stevenson View Post
    That nut is made by the People's Commissariat of Communication Lines.

    NKPS made railway badges pre war.
    A better translation would be "People's Commisariat of Transportation", but it is also called the People's Commissariat of Railways. This Ministry (obviously) oversaw the Soviet railways, hence the railway connection you mentioned.

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