My question was about the non marked badge. I added the 2 others because the seller send it in the same time.
As said to Ned in MP, my next book will be the PAB book form De Bock.
When I previously presented my IAB, I told there I was about to buy the Sacha Weber book on IAB. I did buy it!
To conclude, I don't understand what yoiu mean by using the german terminology. I tought I was using the good words.
09-01-2014 04:50 PM
This is what has been requested by Adrian, the other moderator of this section.
A lot of my time on here is spent renaming threads and requesting other posters to attempt to do this themselves. I would rather not and ask you to try to attempt to do it yourself. I have also renamed this thread to how we would like to see it done.
Here at Warrelics Forum we feel it is important to use the correct terminology for the items we collect and to make the small effort to use the German names for the German decorations we collect.
It would be greatly appreciated if all members who post here could take the time to learn and use the German names for the awards we post and discuss.
Below is the entire list of all German Orders, Awards and Decorations with the German and English translations. I understand that keyboard layouts will differ and not all of us can type the characters used in the German language. If this is the case, please copy and paste the German terminology into the title of your thread from the list below. I have arranged the awards into categories under the headings in yellow to make it easier to find a specific award."
Searching for anything relating to, Anton Boos, 934 Stamm. Kp. Pz. Erz. Abt. 7, 3 Kompanie, Panzer-Regiment 2, 16th Panzer-Division (My father)
I completely agree with you in the good use of terms. I saw you have already modify the title of my thread, and I took it in consideration. This one was " PAB in silver, without MM, mint or new", that I copied/pasted from my previous demand. I tought the term PAB, used by a lot of people, were accepted here.
I used the english word because we are in an english speaking country. Most of my items come from Germany, and it's easier for me to talk about PKA than PAB. I just wanted to adapt my words for here.
Then, I'll focus more on my words and will use the german word now.
All my apologizes.