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Is this a Soviet Dog Tag?

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    Hi Allesandra, thanks for your help.

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    Hi,
    If I remember correctly, he is on leave for the tokens.
    In order to know which soldiers were out in town or elsewhere, they hung on a nail in the police, their plate when they leave.
    You will find this type of plaque in France because of the regiments who fought during the First World War.
    There are many different models and different forms as each regiment had a different model.
    Regards.
    Philippe

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    Quote by Philippe View Post
    Hi,
    If I remember correctly, he is on leave for the tokens.
    In order to know which soldiers were out in town or elsewhere, they hung on a nail in the police, their plate when they leave.
    You will find this type of plaque in France because of the regiments who fought during the First World War.
    There are many different models and different forms as each regiment had a different model.
    Regards.
    Philippe
    Hi! Around the case, and these tokens were used, with the only difference that the tokens hanged at a special cabinet in the room were shot in the company and leave the soldier in the city where he was to present a token to a request by the police or military patrol, as well as the absence of tokens, it was clear who soldier is on leave. During the war, these tokens were used to identify the dead, on the tokens in the name of the regiment and the personal number, and 23 Regiment never, as far as I know, not fought in France ...

    Привет! Примерно так, эти жетоны и использовались, с той лишь разницей что жетоны вешались на специальном щите в помещении роты и снимались при отпуске солдата в город, где он должен был предъявлять жетон по требованию полиции или военного патруля, а также по отсутствующим жетонам было понятно кто из солдат находится в отпуске. Во время войны эти жетоны стали применять для опознания убитых, по указанным на жетонах наименованию полка и личному номеру, а 23 полк никогда, насколько мне известно, не воевал во Франции...

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    Alessandra, did RKKA soldiers use dog tag? I remember that at film "Brestskaya Krepost" the nazi officer asked the Soviet lad from the cinema to remove the red star from the hats and garrison caps of dead soldiers to count the deaths. Actually, if they used dog tags during the war, the scene still makes sense, since they were firstly attacked and oficially they were not at war when the attack happened.

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    Yes, dog tags were used.

    A small bakelite tube which contained a pre printed paper roll onto which the soldier wrote his details on it.

    However, not everyone carried these. A substitute was to enclose the paper within a spent rifle cartridge case and seal it with wax. But many, many soliders were superstitious and thought if you carried the filled in paper form "you were a dead man".

    Cheers, Ade.
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