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The Ribbon that came with it do not belongs to this comendation. By your description, i can say the ribbon is from an Iron Cross:
CBS reporter Edward R. Murrow, 15 April 1945
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“Alfred Jodl married Irma von Bullion in 1913. She died in early 1944 from pneumonia in Königsberg while awaiting spinal surgery. Later that year, he married his long-time admirer Luise Katharina von Benda.
Luise was born on 10 September 1905 in Rubkow, Pomerania. After her schooling in Potsdam and Berlin, she was employed in 1926 as a secretary in the Reich Defense Ministry. She later served as the secretary of General der Artillerie Ludwig Beck and then Generaloberst Franz Halder, successive Chiefs of the Army General Staff. In May 1941, she transferred to the German embassy in Rome and worked with the military attaché staff headed by Generalleutnant (later General der Infanterie) Enno von Rintelen. From September 1943, she served on Oberstleutnant Johann Jandl’s German Armed Forces Liaison Staff at Mussolini’s headquarters at Lake Garda. She returned to Berlin in October 1944 and was employed in the Prisoner of War Department of the German Red Cross. In 1948, she was employed by the Institute of International Law at the University of Munich.
In 1976, Luise Jodl published the book Jenseits des Ende—Leben und Sterben des Generaloberst Alfred Jodl (Beyond the End—Life and Death of Generaloberst Alfred Jodl), the source of this biographical sketch.
She Died in 26 january of 1998, in Unterhaching (Bavaria).”