A plain white star surrounded by a continuous or broken white circle came into common usage towards the end of 1943 (July) primarily an aerial identification marking. Numerous complaints from air crew that the white star on a dark background could be mistaken for a cross. The star and circle continued in service throughout the remainder of the war. This symbol was used by all Allied forces from the time of Normandy on.
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