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Established 8 July 1944. Awarded to mothers who gave birth to 6 children and brought them up.

The award was performed only when the last of her children reached one year of age, if all her other children were alive.

Adopted children were also taken into account, as being born to the rewarded mother. Made of Silver. 

4,000,000 were issued.

URSS SOVIET MEDAL FOR THE 100th ANNIVERSARY OF LENIN'S BIRTH - MILITARY VERSION - 5 SIDE SUSPENSION

Established 5 November 1969.Awarded during the celebrating of the 100th Anniversary of Lenin birth.Awarded to people who took part in defense of the Motherland.Wording "For Military Valor.In Honor of the 100th Anniversary of V.I.Lenin's Birthday".Made of brass.2,000,000 were issued to enlisted men

Medal for the 100th Anniversary of Lenin's Birth - Labor version - 5 side suspension
Established 5 November 1969.Awarded during the days of celebrating of the 100th Anniversary of Lenin's birth in April 1970.Labor variation for advanced workers and economic specialists.Wording "For Heroic Labor.In Honor of the 100th Anniversary of V.I.Lenin's Birthday".Made of brass.Approximately 9,000,000 issued

Medal for the Victory over Germany
Established 9 May 1945. warded to all servicemen of the Soviet Army,Navy,Ministry of Internal Affairs Troops (MVD),State Security Committee Troops (KGB) and employed civilians (such as in military administration departments,military warehouses) who participated in the battles of the Great Patriotic War (WWII).Made of brass.Approximately 14,900,000 were issued.

SOVIET LABOUR MEDAL MINER'S GLORY 3rd. CLASS - Var. 2

Miner's Glory (Russian: Shakhtyorskaya slava, Шахтерская слава) is an honorary badge introduced in Soviet Union in 1956 and continued in Russia. High award for the labour achievements of the workers in the mining industry and for supporting work & fight with disasters. Issued in 3 degrees: the IIIrd, the IInd and the Ist degree.Made of tombac.

SOVIET LABOUR MEDAL MINER'S GLORY 2nd. CLASS-Rare Variation

Miner's Glory (Russian:Shakhtyorskaya slava,Шахтерская слава) honorary badge introduced in Soviet Union in 1956 and continued in Russia.High award for the labour achievements of the workers in mining industry and for supporting work & fight with disasters.Issued in three degrees:the IIIrd,the IInd and the Ist degree.Made of tombac

SOVIET LABOUR MEDAL MINER'S GLORY 3rd. CLASS - Var. 1

Miner's Glory (Russian: Shakhtyorskaya slava, Шахтерская слава) is an honorary badge introduced in Soviet Union in 1956 and continued in Russia. High award for the labour achievements of the workers in the mining industry and for supporting work & fight with disasters. Issued in 3 degrees: the IIIrd, the IInd and the Ist degree.Made of tombac.

SOVIET LABOUR MEDAL MINER'S GLORY 2nd. CLASS

Miner's Glory (Russian: Shakhtyorskaya slava, Шахтерская слава) is an honorary badge introduced in Soviet Union in 1956 and continued in Russia. High award for the labour achievements of the workers in the mining industry and for supporting work & fight with disasters. Issued in three degrees: the IIIrd, the IInd and the Ist degree. Made of tombac.

SOVIET LABOUR MEDAL MINER'S GLORY 1st. CLASS

Miner's Glory (Russian: Shakhtyorskaya slava, Шахтерская слава) is an honorary badge introduced in Soviet Union in 1956 and continued in Russia. High award for the labour achievements of the workers in the mining industry and for supporting work & fight with disasters. Issued in three degrees: the IIIrd, the IInd and the Ist degree. Made of tombac.

2nd ClassEstablished 8 July 1944.

Awarded to mothers who gave birth to 5 children and brought them up.

The award was performed only when the last of her children reached one year of age, if all her other children were alive.

Adopted children were also taken into account, as being born to the rewarded mother.

Made of Brass. 

Approximately 8,000,000 were issued.

20th Anniversary of Victory in the Great Patriotic War.
Established 7 May 1965.Awarded to all servicemen and employed civilians of the Soviet Armed Forces who actively participated in Great Patriotic War 1941-1945,partisans&members of clandestine underground organizations who operated within occupied territories of the USSR and awarded with medals "Victory over Germany" or "Victory over Japan"