As an Italian military corps, the Finance Police Corps was established in 1862 as the corps of border guards, unifying militia and similar civilian corps already existing in several Italian states before the country's unification. In 1881 it took its current name and became an integral part of the armed forces. The Corps took part in the First and Second World War, also making a significant contribution to the Resistance; its flag is decorated with the Gold Medal of Military Valor for its heroic conduct in Cephalonia and Corfu (1943).

Kepì allievi accademia guardia di finanza

Art. 072 - Kepì storico per allievi GdF in uso fino al 2010

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