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1930s Chinese Order given to German Officers?


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Gentlemen,

Recently I was reading about the Chinese visit to Germany in 1937.

 

The Chinese Finance Minister Kung arrived in Berlin on 9 June 1937.

He visited Hermann Goring on 11 June, Hitler on 13 June and also Generalfeldmarschall Werner von Blomberg that afternoon.

 

Here in Generalfeldmarschall Wilhelm Keitel’s memoirs (English Translation) he notes that a “high Chinese Medal†was bestowed on von Blomberg.

 

I am assuming Herman Goring was given an award also.

 

Are there any award rolls or record of what this award might have been?

I look forward to any help you can offer, regarding this query. :)

 

Many thanks

Pierce

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如果是文职或者国家外交层面类的章可能是采玉。南京保卫战之前,国民政府曾发给拉贝采玉。

如果是军事层面的章,那应该是云麾。云麾曾在抗战胜利时和后大量发给援华苏军和援华美军。

 

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