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  1. Thanks, Dave, great info! I just removed "Militärverdienstkreuz (Österreich), III. Klasse", now I can see that instead it is actually the Großkreuz-Kleindekoration of the Österreichisch-kaiserlicher Leopold-Orden.
  2. Gentlemen, thank you very much, wonderful work. I read yesterday, that he received the ROA I. Klasse (not the grand cross, which surprised me) in 1906, so he probably received the SAO shortly before?! Dear Roman, picture #1 you identify the "Mecklenburg-Strelitz order of the Wendish crown breast-star", but I personally think it is the star of the Herzoglich Sachsen-Ernestinischer Hausorden (verified by the Rangliste 1904 of the Prussian army), the Hausorden der Wendischen Krone he surely received later. What do you think? One more small question, for picture #3 you write "Lippe-Detmold Leopold order owner´s cross" ... what exactly does that mean? Could you please translate in German? Apart from that, just excellent. Here now the list you guys helped with so graciously, please correct whatever needs to be corrected: Lippischer Hausorden, Ehrenkreuz I. Klasse (LDH1) ... mit Cordon bzw. Schärpe Herzoglich Sachsen-Ernestinischer Hausorden, Großkreuz (HSH1) Albrechtsorden, Großkreuz (SA1) Zentenarmedaille, 1897 Denkmünze auf den Einzug des Graf-Regenten Ernst in Detmold 1897 Fürstlich Lippischer Hausorden, Großkreuz mit Stern und Cordon für den Fürsten ... an der Großen Ordensschnalle trug er zugleich die III. Klasse sowie das Goldene Verdienstkreuz Leopold-Orden (Lippe), Großehrenkreuz (I. Klasse) ... an der Großen Ordensschnalle trug er zugleich die II. Klasse (ohne Krone) des 1. Modells ... 1910 die Kette zum Leopold-Orden erhalten Denkmünze auf den erstrittenen Thronanspruch 1905 Lippisches Kriegervereins-Kreuz, 1906 Schwarzer Adlerorden Roter Adlerorden, I. Klasse, 1906 Hausorden der Wendischen Krone, Großkreuz (Mecklenburg-Strelitz) Orden des Heiligen Hubertus Ritterorden der hl. Mauritius und Lazarus Orden des Heiligen Marinus Ehrenritter des Johanniter-Ordens ... zugleich Ehrenmitglied des Ordens; er war einer von bislang nur acht bekannten Trägern des Kreuzes der Ehrenmitglieder des Johanniterordens. Dies bestand laut AKO von 1861 aus dem Kreuz der Ehrenritter (mit schwarzen Adlern) und der goldenen Krone, wie sie nur von weiblichen und männlichen Mitgliedern regierender Häuser getragen werden durfte, sofern sie als Ehrenritter rangierten. k.u. Sankt Stephans-Orden, Großkreuz Österreichisch-kaiserlicher Leopold-Orden, Großkreuz ... an der Großen Ordensschnalle trug er zugleich die Kleindekoration des Großkreuzes ... im Ersten Weltkrieg die Kriegsdekoration erhalten Eisernes Kreuz (1914), II. und I. Klasse Kriegsehrenkreuz für heldenmütige Tat Lippe-Detmoldisches Kriegsverdienstkreuz Königlicher Hausorden von Hohenzollern, Ritterkreuz mit Schwertern Silberne und Goldene Liakat-Medaille mit Säbelspangen Eiserner Halbmond Schwerter zum Großkreuz-Satz des Fürstlich Lippischen Hausordens
  3. Dear Daniel, please help out with "VAs", couldn't find that. The Toskana-Orden was totally new for me. I can't even imagine how he got that one. Here is what I have now: Hausorden Albrechts des Bären, Ritterkreuz I. Klasse (AB3a) Greifenorden, Ritterkreuz (MG3) Oldenburgischer Haus- und Verdienstorden des Herzogs Peter Friedrich Ludwig, Ritterkreuz II. Klasse (OV3b) Osmanié-Orden, IV. Klasse (TO4) Großherzoglich-Toscanischer Militär-Verdienst-Orden, Ritter III. Klasse (ToskMV3) Hausorden vom Weißen Falken, Ritter II. Klasse (GSF3b) Herzoglich Sachsen-Ernestinischer Hausorden, Ritter II. Klasse (HSH3b/EH3b) Orden vom Doppelten Drachen, III. Klasse, 3. Stufe (CDIII.1) ... Laut seiner Memoiren hatte Tresckow den chinesischen Orden erhalten, weil er für das Fällen eines störenden Baums vor der chinesischen Botschaft gesorgt habe. Landwehrdienstauszeichnung, II. und I. Klasse (LD1) Erinnerungszeichen zur Silbernen Hochzeit 1906 (PrEzzGsH/PEZsH) Sankt-Stanislaus-Orden, III. Klasse (RSt3) Preußischer Kronenorden, IV. Klasse Roter Adlerorden, IV. Klasse Eisernes Kreuz (1914), II. Klasse Kreuz für treue Dienste (SLK) Verwundetenabzeichen (1918) in Schwarz
  4. Thank you very much, Daniel! So he didn't make major in WW I. Gothaisches Genealogisches Taschenbuch has him as Karl August Ernst Wilhelm Hans von Tresckow, another source as Ernst August Wilhelm Karl Hans von Tresckow, now you as Hans Karl August Ernst Wilhelm von Tresckow. 😄 I see this a lot. I wonder, if these royals sometimes didn't know themselves in what order their names were originally listed.
  5. Thanks, Roman! Why would he sell all those? The castle in Detmold is like a museum, they should have stayed there for hundreds of years. Oh well, at least Stephan hasn't sold the painting yet!
  6. Thank you! I think the Fürst at least should have had the turkish Osmanié-Orden ... probably one more ...
  7. I am still trying to find out the name of the breast star above the EK I. The one to the right I now know, it is the Leopold-Orden (Lippe), Großehrenkreuz (I. Klasse). ... and I am adding the Kriegsdekoration for his grand cross ot the Österreichisch-kaiserlicher Leopold-Orden.
  8. That is a good question, I hope some of our experts can help. Addition: Maybe he received the Komtur before the war? Seeing his Großkreuz star is with the Kriegsdekoration, he surely received that in the war. Maybe just wearing both for the picture? Do you happen to know what the bottom (white) and top ribbons (revers) menas?
  9. Gentlemen, I have a Hans von Tresckow, son of the Generalleutnant Karl von Tresckow (1829–1889). He was Einjährig-Freiwilliger, later Reserveoffizier (Hauptmann, maybe Major) of the Jäger-Bataillon Nr. 6, he studied law and became Kriminalbeamter (police). In WW I he served again until 1919. Now my question: Does anyone know more about him? What was his last rank? Decorations? He apparently received at least the EK II and the wounded badge in black. Thank you!
  10. This is his friend and advisor Oberleutnant a. D. Prof. Dr. phil. Dr. jur. h. c. Georg Johannes Friedrich Freiherr von Eppstein (Schriftleiter Deutscher Ordens-Almanach). Is he also wearing the Eiserner Halbmond (left)?
  11. Gentlemen, what is the star above the EK I? He seems to have at least two further Ottoman / Turkish awards ...
  12. Gentlemen, I am looking for all decorations of Leopold IV., Fürst zur Lippe. As a Generalmajor he is in the Prussian Rangliste, but without decorations. I was hoping for the "Deutscher Ordens-Almanch" (1908), and although I found his picture (p. XXXIVa), they do not list his decorations. Any help would be appreciated. SAO (when ?) RAO (Großkreuz when ?). I see his EK I and his Eiserner Halbmond. What about HOH? Was he a Rechtsritter, or just Ehrenritter of the Johanniter-Orden? In the third picture, is he wearing the grand cross of the Ungarischer Verdienstorden? Is the star beside this one austrian? Thanks!!!
  13. Dave, this is amazing, thank you so much! What does L. V. (17.12.1914) mean? Lippe? Picture: as Oberfeldkommandant Ghent. I have two dates for his "Dienstantritt" (after Kadettenkorps?!), either 14.3.1907 as Fähnrich or 14.6.1907 as Leutnant. Can anyone help?
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