Upon the return of the Condor Legion, the German troops that fought against communism in the Spanish Civil War, the wound badge was
reinstituted and presented to Legions' bloodstained heroes. When World War II broke out, the final version of this award went into production, and was presented up until the last days of the Reich. The only other variant, the 20th of July 1944 wound badge, is covered in that section.
The wound badge was one of the awards authorized for wear in 1957. To
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