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    Laws and Regulations of Decorations and Medals of Iraq 1973

    I just purchased a beautiful piece of Iraq Military History, it is an Iraqi manual for the Laws and Regulations of Decorations and Medals of Iraq from 1973.

    I was told that there was an updated version from 1981, the start of the Iraq Iran war.

    I sure do have a look out for it~

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    I would really like to translate the full book, which contains over 100 pages of information on Iraq’s Orders and Medals.

    From 1958-1973
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    According to the Order Medals Laws & Regulations, The Order of the Republic was the Highest Order in Iraq’s Armed Services from 1958-1974.
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    According to the Order Medals Laws & Regulations, The Order of the Two Rivers was the 2nd Highest Order in Iraq’s Armed Services from 1958-1974.

    Wisam Al Rafidain First Class Military Sash and Breast Badge:
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    According to the Order Medals Laws & Regulations, The Order of Merit was the 3rd Highest Order in Iraq’s Armed Services from 1958-1974.

    Wisam Al Jadarah / Order of Merit First Class:
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    #15893

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    Magnificent!!!

    Thank you for sharing, Lorenzo. It’s the sort of information that I’m always on the look out for.

    Megan
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    I was able to purchase another complete Laws and Regulations Book, and It says that the El Rafidain Golden Neck Order was the highest so there was an update after the Fall of Qassem.

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