GENERAL ASSAULT BADGE 25
The badge awarded since to January 1, 1940 for those soldiers who participated in infantry attacks while not being part of it and therefore not suited to the Infantry Assault badge or the Tank Combat badge in silver or bronze, with the continuation of the war was necessary to establish higher degrees. On June 22, 1943 OKH instituted three more degrees: 25, 50, 75 and 100. The last two considered in the usual grade.
Very good stamp, take from original one with producer on the back side.
- having taken part in 25, 50, 75 or 100 assault infantry or armored vehicles took place in different days;
- the fight would have happened to the front with arms in hand.
In addition starting from 22 June 1941:
- 8 months of service on the North Africa or Russia front are equivalent to 10 days of combat;
- 12 months of service on the North Africa or Russia front are equivalent to 15 days of combat;
- 15 months of service on the North Africa or Russia front are equivalent to 20 days of combat.