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What are battle stars and how where they awarded during World War 2?

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2007-08-31 18:53:08
2007-08-31 18:53:08

It was a ploy to accomplish some kind of control over the people, and the pore existence who thinks of one thing that no one else has thought about or said has the upper hand, but they fail to see the significance of cities at war. The peace that leads after the war is worth fighting for. the battles were cease to exist. you don't know what you are agreeing to.

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