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Peter Lalor

Distinguished Flying Cross Illustrations

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There are repeated instances of the USA DFC appearing in your articles when the recipient actually received the British (or British Commonwealth) DFC.
The British/Commonwealth DFC is totally different.
Please use the correct illustration.
Regards,
Peter

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