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  1. Yes, as named on the Belgian Society diploma << Société UNION et MAINTIEN>>. The Belgian group also used the name La Société de Secours Mutuels « Union et Maintien ». The société royale UNION et Maintien, another Belgian group probably is a completely different organization. Offhand I don't find web info or either the French or Belgian groups. May have a French type diploma somewhere though.
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  2. OvBacon addressed most of your queries. Your question #3 This is an award of a private society, not a nation's award. Your question #4 The 5 grades in this award recognize degrees of contributions either money or services to the Societe. Formerly a website publicized the group--cannot locate it now. Your question #5 Looks like a 1960-80 made item. If enamel is soft type, maybe mid-late 1980's-90's or early 2000's. If it were uniface, it would be current production. Your questions #6 & 7 Neck badges and below appear on French eBay fairly often. You rarely
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  3. It is French and there is a Belgian equivalent that does have a crown. from the document I would say it was handed out in 1964 but as shown the diploma does not belong to the cross. and from some really rapid googling I found multiple knights crosses for around 15-20 Euro
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  4. Bestowed on Colonel Pavol Shvieny in 1975,he finished the Commanders courses at Voroshilovs Academy.13x8cm.
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  5. I where a few times at the Museum hosed in the famous building (Berlin Karlshorst) where the treaty was signed. Here are some photos from 2010, my first visit.
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