I'm a new visitor to your splendid forum, and having trawled through the sticky post entitled "Insignias, badges, medals and clasps" with no luck, I thought I'd bring the following oddity to your attention. The badge pictured has the look of something post-victory, and is likely not specifically a military decoration, though definitely from the WWII era, given age and materials of the pin. Wondering if anyone has seen its like, as it's appeared in a box of bric-à-brac picked up in a charity shop in Devon. Is it commemorative, or relevant to a unit, any ideas? What little I know is that the Free French took the Cross of Lorraine as their symbol, but there I think the cross was red, or gules, is that correct? Definitely not BLUE. (...I certainly know that red was the colour used in the same cross pre-War for a union against tuberculosis, non-conflict related, obviously) This badge in contrast features a lozenge gules (red rhombus), surrounding an annulet argent (white ring), itself containing a lozenge argent with an azure Cross of Lorraine instead, within. I have never seen its like, nor can I trace its provenance. Would anyone familiar with this emblem be able to enlighten me? With grateful thanks alike to all the historians and enthusiasts on this tremendous forum!