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Romanian Air Force Pilot Badge - Transitional 1927-1930

Romanian Air Force Pilot Badge - Transitional 1927-1930

The 1927 death of King Ferdinand brought his minor grandson to the throne under a Regency as Ferdinand's son Carol was in exile in France. The pilot badge of Ferdinand was converted with the cypher of Michael 1 (Mihai) added to it in pale blue enamel and a gold crown during this regency. When Carol returned to Romania in 1930 he became king and a new form of pilot badge was introduced. In 1940 Carol was deposed and Mihai returned to the throne and a new wing, derivative of the Ferdinand style was created.

Chris Langley

Image size: 1588 x 1864, 0.95Mb | Camera details: | Date uploaded: 26/06/2018

Chris Langley | Romanian Air Force Pilot Badge - Transitional 1927-1930
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