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Hello forumfriends,

Yesterday i did visit a archive here in Belgium and came along the following french descritption of a award:

l'ordre Albert le Valeureux

I have never ever heard of that one before, it is for certain a foreign (read non belgian) award towards a belgian subject.

All help is welcome

Cordial greetings,

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Hi Stijn,

This question should be placed in the imperial German thread, as this is the saxon Order of Albert.

If you do a little google on the english name, you will find many pictures of this beautifull order.

But also this site gives a good number of hits!

Kind regards,

Jacky

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Hi jacky,

Thanks for the fast answer, and now we go towards a more difficult one =>

What is meanth with the "Avanti Orden".

This award is to situate between 1940-45 and was awarded towards German soldiers, however it was not a German award. What was it then?

Cordial greetings,

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Avanti orden sounds like a german nickname for an italian order or medal. I think, i have heard it before, but don?t remember where.

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