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Honor thy Fathers and Mothers 2022

We remember their service part I. Military Trader asked for readers to submit photos of their loved ones who have served to honor their service and memories.

Kaiser Wilhelm I, whose reign as Emperor began on 18 January 1871 at Versailles, instituted the medal known as Kriegsdenkmunze fur die Feldzuge 1870-71 (War Commemorative Medal 1870-71). The obverse has the motto and an otherwise simple design. There are some slight damage marks to the edge which would affect the price. The reverse of the medal shows the intricacies of the design.

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A look at the medal that commemorated the Franco-Prussian War of 1870-71

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'Nahkampfmesser': The Combat Knives of the German Wehrmacht

The German “last ditch” weapon in hand-to-hand fighting was more often readily used as an implement in preparing food or completing other daily domestic chores encountered in the field.

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A WWI movie star

A look behind the scenes with the "War Horse" replica tank

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A heavy truck for heavy business: The AEC Matador

The AEC Matador was a heavy 4×4 truck and medium artillery tractor built by the Associated Equipment Company for British and Commonwealth forces during WWII. The flat-fronted cab with gently curved roof, wheels at the corners and a flat load carrying area covered by a canvas or tarpaulin tilt made the Matador both distinctive and rugged.

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The Norwegian Workhorse

This restored Diamond T 6x6 has traveled an unlikely road.

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A Look at the Fabulous Four-Tons of WWII

Military Vehicles Magazine takes a look a the short-wheelbase Diamond T cargo trucks of WWII

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ABC Supply Supports Severely Injured Post-9/11 Veterans Through 2022 IndyCar Design and $1 Million Donation Match to Nonprofit Homes For Our Troops

J.R. Hildebrand will pilot the No. 11 AJ Foyt Racing Chevrolet on May 29th during the Indy 500, which this year will sport a star-spangled American flag design with the HFOT logo and their tagline of “Building Homes, Rebuilding Lives.” The patriotic car salutes and honors our troops during the event while underscoring the mission of Homes For Our Troops.

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