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What were battle stars given out for in World War 2?

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These battle stars were usually awarded as a means of recognition that a person in service was in a particular battle or a series of campaigns . A distinction should be made when referring to a Silver or Bronze star which is given in recognition of courage or valor in battle . ~ see related link below .

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