Wound Stripe - Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

Union of Soviet Socialist Republics

Soviet soldiers in the Great Patriotic War wore a yellow cloth stripe over the right breast to indicate wounds received in battle requiring medical attention; a red stripe indicated less serious wounds.

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