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  1. Is the photograph dated? Since 1920 it is authorized to wear the badge of the collective concession of the Order of San Fernando (Spain) https://www.todocoleccion.net/militaria-parches/laureada-san-fernando-colectiva-medalla-militar-colectiva-regulares-ciudad-universitaria~x135232550#sobre_el_lote
  2. Granted with the Cross of Naval Merit Order of 2nd class with white distinctive bu Order of 28-2-1935 Gazette of the Naval Ministry number 68 of 23-3-1935) as Lieutenant Commander Please see https://coleccionesmilitares.com/medallas/texto/omn19311995.htm I dont have image. Plaque with republican crown
  3. Of the Order of Mehdauia, the class is the Fajama (Comendador de número) (Commander of Number) granted the 23.7.1939, with the number 188 of the Registry Book For the insignias see: www.coleccionesmilitares.com/medallas/texto/mehdauia.htm
  4. Source: https://newsroom.consilium.europa.eu/events/20190917-president-tusk-visits-albania
  5. The Australian Operational Service Medal (AOSM) – Special Operations recognises the service of Australian Defence Force members on special operations as declared by the Chief of the Defence Force from 1 November 2019. Eligible Service The AOSM – Special Operations recognises the service of Australian Defence Force members on special operations as declared by the Chief of the Defence Force from 1 November 2019. Medal The medal is a cupro-nickel medal finished in antique silver. The obverse bears an old-world stylised world globe signifying global operations, interlinked with a Federation Star. The globe is surrounded by the words ‘AUSTRALIAN OPERATIONAL SERVICE MEDAL’. The reverse bears a central horizontal stylised scroll with the words ‘Defending Australia and its national interests’, overlaying a wreath of mimosa, above which sits an hour glass motif signifying the ongoing vigilance and timely response of Defence. Ribbon The ribbon is black with a central thin red stripe. The black represents the non-conventional conduct of special operations, while the single red stripe represents danger, strength and the great sacrifices made by recipients in defence of Australia. Source: https://www.defence.gov.au/Medals/Australian/Since-1975/AOSM-Special-Operations.asp
  6. https://www.avers.mk/ Catalog http://www.avers.mk/images/catalogues/Avers_KatalogOrdeniInsignii.pdf Rules of plaques, badges, awards and commendations to the military and civilian service personnel in the Army of the Republic of Macedonia http://morm.gov.mk/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Plaketi-izmenuv..pdf
  7. Thank you I kown this people of the British Army Beresford Willian Carr 24 7 1815 5 /GC Brackenbury Edward 20 10 1826 2 Brady John 16 8 1838 Silver Brown John 19 12 1817 1 Cannan Robert 0 0 1839 2 Carr Beresford William 24 7 1815 5 /GC Colguhoun J. N. 6 5 1837 2 Crope Joshua 9 8 1818 1 Elder George 0 10 1827 1 Kirby Hickman Rose 0 0 1838 1 Lacy Evans George de 27 5 1836 5 / GC Moore Edward Francis 23 9 1841 2 Partington Hurst Guillermo 0 0 1836 1 Pym Henry 9 1 1836 1 Swan Graves-Chamney 0 0 1838 2 Thompson Charles Willian 0 0 1839 1 Turner George Edward 28 7 1835 1 And for the Royal Navy Airey Christopher 4 5 1837 1 Barlow Charles A. 4 5 1837 1 Burns Jeremy 22 6 1838 1 Campbell James 22 6 1838 1 Carnegie S.J. 4 5 1837 1 Clarembold Thomas 22 6 1838 1 Cooper Eli 22 6 1838 1 Chisnel James 22 6 1838 1 Dacres Sidney C. 6 5 1837 2 Derbyshire William 22 6 1838 1 Dresdale Charles 22 6 1838 1 Dufill John 4 5 1837 1 Fellowes Thomas 0 0 1821 1 Fisher Daniel 22 6 1838 1 Gordon George J. 4 5 1837 1 Hanagan Patrick 22 6 1838 1 Hanu Thomas 22 6 1838 1 Harris Richard 22 6 1838 1 Harvey E.L. 4 5 1837 1 Hay John 28 9 1839 5 GC Haydon John 22 6 1838 1 Henderson William H. 6 5 1837 2 Hilson John 22 6 1838 1 Hodge John 22 6 1838 1 Hopshaw Edward 22 6 1838 1 Jackson Henry 22 6 1838 1 James John 22 6 1838 1 Lapidge William F. 6 5 1837 2 Le Hardy Thomas P. 4 5 1837 1 Lott John 22 6 1838 1 McDonald Thomas 22 6 1838 1 Merry Gaite Francisco 19 7 1837 1 Olwen John 6 5 1837 2 Paugter Thomas 22 6 1838 1 Pelham Fréderick J. 6 5 1837 2 Plunkett Edward 4 5 1837 1 Powell Walter 6 5 1837 2 Proctor John 22 6 1838 1 Roodls Robert 22 6 1838 1 Sealy Worthy 22 6 1838 1 Sheppard Edward 22 6 1838 1 Smith James 22 6 1838 1 Sporle George 22 6 1838 1 Svothman James 22 6 1838 1 Turner John 22 6 1838 1 Wallis William 22 6 1838 1 Warne George 22 6 1838 1 Warren Thomas 22 6 1838 1 Warris Joseph 22 6 1838 1 Whyte John 22 6 1838 1
  8. The Ministry of Defence directive 19/2004, approving the "Reconstitution Plan of the Royal and Military Order of San Fernando” intends to draw together a digital archive comprising scanned copies of the dispersed archives, to make it available to historians, researchers, family members and the general public, so giving rise to a greater knowledge of this prestigious Order. The Administrative Unit of the Royal and Military Orders of San Hermenegildo and San Fernando, has a Documentation Centre, to which I have been assigned since August 1, which among others, has the following tasks: · Look after and update the links and records of all those belonging to the Order, both those of San Fernando and Military Medals. · Collect data, bibliography and the many documents and publications that affect the Royal and Military Order of San Fernando or its members. · Keep the statistics of the military units, centres and organizations that hold the collective Laureada or the Military Medal, and the history and data related to their concession. For this, a few years ago, work began on a database of all the components of the Order in its history. It may seem strange that there was no longer a general archive, but this is because of the historical changes experienced by the Order, and other conditions. The invaluable collaboration of researchers in different specialized publications has already paid off, serving as a start and still providing information in the aforementioned database. From the usual primary sources such as gazettes, bulletins and legislative resources, digital copies have already been obtained from the military archives, but the aim is to improve it, both in the quantity and quality of the contents. Knowing that there is information in private and lesser-known collections and archives, we request all those who have any data or document that they consider of interest, that they send it to this Centre for evaluation and comparison, and where appropriate, for it to be included in the database. Specifically, they are mainly interested in: · Certificates or other award documentation · Lists of decorations awarded and relationship to the recipients of the awards · Personal correspondence · Service papers · Iconography · Digital archives on the Internet · Bibliography on the Order, particularly personal effects Therefore, I invite you to send the relevant documents scanned at a sufficient resolution to allow clear viewing, to the email address apribar@et.mde.es and / or realesymilitaresordenes@oc.mde.es Safe receipt will be confirmed. In the same way, the aforementioned queries relating to this Order may arise in carrying out one’s duties. I would like to thank all historians, volunteers and collectors of the Order for their selfless help, and I remain at your disposal with warm regards. http://www.rmo.mde.es/
  9. By royal order of November 16, 1928, the King of Spain has been pleased to grant the decorations that are expressed at the head of each one, for the attentions received by Kiel on the occasion of the last trip to Sweden: Grand Cross of Naval Merit, with white badge, to Vice Admirals Mr. Oldekop and Raeder and Rear Admiral Mr. Wulfingv. The sash with a white cross pending a plaque with wite arms and a anchor
  10. Yes, the classes of the Naval Order of Merit since 1866 type were: Grand Cross (4th Class), 3rd Class, 2nd Class, 1st Class and Silver Cross (since 1871) Only changes the crown in some periods: Royal crown: monarchie 1866-1871, 1874-1931, 1977-today Mural crown: republican peridods: 1871-1874 and 1931-1939 (spanish civil war, in use in republican zone up to 1.4.1939) Imperial crown: general Franco dictadure: 1938-1977 The 2nd Class had the Silver Breast Star (1931-1938) as the photo I dont have idea about #3 on the first photo, will be the Spanish Order of Military Merit, but I dont sure. The image does not allow to see the details
  11. Yes, I believe that the #1 on the first photo and the breast star on the second photo are the Spanish Order of Naval Merit 2nd Class, white divisionm type 1931-1938 I can't see the crown in the first picture In the second photo I think I see the mural crown, which would correspond to the concession in 1932. This crown would cease to be used in Spain from 1938, moving it through another open royal also known as imperial, which in turn would be used until 1977 Attached the type of 1931-1938
  12. EVERT GUSTAV WALDEMAR BECKER (Helsinki, 1840-Rome, 1907) His military career took him to many different destinations. He served in Poland as a sub-lieutenant of the Finnish Guard and goes to Spain to fight in the war of Morocco, where he participates in the clashes of Spanish troops against the Moroccan rebels in 1859-1860. For his bravery on the battlefield Becker gets the Cross of San Fernando He collaborates in Mexico's civil war. In Greece's campaign against the Turks. In Egypt in favor of Ismael Pacha, who names Bey and in Serbia reaches the rank of Major Staff Colonel There are pictures of him in the Serbian uniform, where he can see, among other decorations, the Cross of San Fernando and the Medal of Africa of 1860 Does anyone know if it is possible to obtain more information in Finnish or Serbian (or others) files about this person?
  13. I found your image and the cross number 1 on the fitst photo and the breast star of the second cross I believe that are the same, a cross of 2nd class In other forums include the meda bar of Joachim Lietzmann and have perhaps a spanish Military Merit Cross with red badge
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