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  1. Ordre de la R?sistance 1940-1945 Instituted: 30 March 1946 by Grand Duchess Charlotte. Awarded: To civilians for distinguished services to Luxembourg during World War 2. Obverse:
  2. Croix de Guerre 1940-1945 Instituted: 17 April 1945 by Grand Duchess Charlotte. Awarded: For services in the battle to liberate Luxembourg during the Second World War. Obverse:
  3. Hi Gents, I´ve got a german medal bar including a silver medal from the Order of the Oak Crown. I would like to know, if there are rolls from the german recipiens around 1895 - 1914. Every help appreciated. Regards Andreas
  4. The Netherlands Order of Oranje-Nassau was instituted on 4 april 1892. After King William III died in 1890, Luxembourg was split from the Dutch crown because a woman now became Queen of the Netherlands. With Salic law applying in Luxembourg, a distant relative of Wilhelmina, the new Dutch Queen, became the new Grand Duke of Luxembourg. The Order of the Oaken Crown, instituted for Luxembourg by King William II in 1841, was now no longer available for use in the Netherlands, so a new lower order (after the Order of the Netherlands Lion) was needed. This led to the creation of the Order of Oranje-Nassau, named after the Netherlands Royal House. Today, it has 6 grades: Grand Cross, Grand Officer, Commander, Officer, Knight, and Member.
  5. Hello guys, this is my first post on this board, so be nice! I'm really interested in the Belgian-Luxembourg Contingent (BUNC) in Korea so below I've put pictures of the medals I've got so far. I apologise for the awful quality of the photography, but they're the best I've got at the moment. First up, the Medal for Foreign Operations. Note the Corée-Korea bar. Second, the Medal of the War Volunteer (post-1952 version) with Corée-Korea bar. The PUGNATOR bar is missing. Next, the Belgian-Type UN Medal: I'd apreciate any information on this type - why was the standard medal not used? Then, the Militaire Decoratie/Decoration Militaire Article 4 medal: I believe that this is this medal is an unofficial version and that the Corée-Korea bar was not authorised. The EENDRACHT MAAKT MACHT (along the top) L'UNION FAIT LA FORCE (along the bottom) legend and lions of both sides, means that it was issued from 1952 (?) though I'd be grateful if someone could confirm this. Also, I'm afraid that I don't know whether this is the 'good service' or the 'gallantry' type - the chevron is correct for the former, the ribbon for the latter, which type is it - or is it both? Thanks! BP
  6. Hello - apologies if this is in the wrong forum. First a bit of background. http://www.anciens-combattants.lu/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=66:historique-du-corps-des-volontaires-pour-la-coree-&catid=54:corps-des-volontaires-pour-la-coree&Itemid=54 Around 70 Luxembourg soldiers served in Korea as part of the Belgian UN contingent. 2 were killed in battle, 19 were wounded and one was awarded the US silver star. So now to the medals: These are the medals awarded to Mr. Beringer, recipient of the US Silver Star for heroism in Korea. http://www.koreanwar-educator.org/topics/battle_honors/p_beringer.htm These are (I believe) two sets of medals awarded to the Luxembourgers KIA in Korea. Both of these pictures were taken at the Royal Museum of the Army (klm-mra.be) in Brussels by me. Now for the question - the Luxembourg Order of the Oak Crown - was it awarded as a matter of course to Luxembourgish soldiers in the Korea contingent? BP
  7. Hi! After receiving these silver medal of the order of the oak crown and due to the amazing quality of the medal and its details - is there any chance to identify the manufacturer and the period in which this medal was made? I have attached a few pictures of the medal, it's mounting and the fixation of the ring and hope for help! Thanks! westfale
  8. Ordre de M?rite du Grand-Duch? de Luxembourg Instituted: 23 January 1961 by Grand Duchess Charlotte Awarded: For outstanding professional achievement and for services performed in specific fields, in 5 grades. Grand Cross Star
  9. Hello, I've just got this medal and I wondered if you could give me any further details about it. I would really like to know a rough issue date for it if that is possible. If anyone knows anything about this type of medals issues to Luxembourg Korean War veterans, I'd also be interested to hear that. Many thanks, Guy
  10. It strikes me to see how difficult it is to find good images of Luxemburg's decorations. The Croix de Service pour Militaires 1850 was, as far as I know to be found in a number of variants, depending the number of year's the military was in service. Does anyone have images of this decoration and its variants?
  11. New in my collections are the decorations awarded to the personal lackey of Queen-Mother Emma of the Netherlands, his ceremonial sword, documents and photo's. Here are some photo's: The lackey received the following medals: Dutch - Silver wedding medal 1926 Waldeck Pyrmont - Merit medal in silver Luxembourg - Civil and Military merit medal in silver Belgium - Medal for foreign subjects in bronze
  12. Firstly, are there any members who's location is on or near the Luxembourg/Belgium border? Secondly, for anyone, were there any known WW2 concentration camps, internment or other located in the above mentioned area? Possibly in the area of the 2 PzD? Any information will be appreciated.
  13. Awarded: To mark the marriage of H.R.H. Crown Prince Jean to H.R.H. the Princess Jos?phine-Charlotte of Belgium.
  14. Instituted: 10 May 1923 by Grand Duchess Charlotte. Obverse:
  15. Ordre du M?rite Civil et Militaire d'Adolphe de Nassau Instituted: 8 May 1858 by Duke Adolph of Nassau. Awarded: For exceptional services to Luxembourg or the Ducal House, or excellence in the arts and sciences. Grades: 8 (Grand Cross, Grand Officer, Commander with Crown, Commander, Officer with Crown, Officer, Knight with Crown and Knight) Grand Cross Badge:
  16. Instituted: 12 September 1945. Awarded: For service with the Allies or the Resistance between 10 May 1940 and 8 May 1945. Obverse:
  17. Instituted: 2 April 1901 by Grand Duke Adolph. Awarded: To mark the 50th celebration of the wedding of Grand Duke Adolph. Grades: 3 (Gold, Silver and Bronze). This is the Gold medal, on a lady's ribbon.
  18. Croix d'honneur de de M?rite militarie Instituted: 1951 by Grand Duchess Charlotte. Awarded: Unknown. Grades: 3. 1st Class Obverse:
  19. Ordre de la Couronne de Ch?ne Instituted: 29 December 1841 by King William II of the Netherlands, Grand Duke of Luxembourg. Awarded: For civil and military services and for artistic achievement, in 5 grades. Grand Cross Badge:
  20. I have seen this grand officer's star in a dealer's shop and I would be interested in finding out more information about it. Is it authentic? Approximately how much is it worth? Thanks. Obverse
  21. Hello Gentlemen, Im looking for picture of these Medals : Military Medal 1945 - Luxembourg Military Cross 1939 - Czechoslovakia Victory and Freedom Medal 1945 - Poland Thx in advance, Regards Alexandre
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