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General der Infanterie Gustav von Alvensleben (1803–1881)

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Here are the decorations for von Alvensleben:

Sankt-Annen-Orden, III. Klasse (RA3)

Rechtsritter des Johanniterordens

Preußisches Dienstauszeichnungskreuz

Sankt-Stanislaus-Orden, II. Klasse (RSt2)

Militär-Karl-Friedrich-Verdienstorden, Ritterkreuz (BV3)

Roter Adlerorden, III. Klasse mit Schwertern am Ringe

Königlicher Hausorden von Hohenzollern, Ritterkreuz

Orden vom Zähringer Löwen, Kommandeur mit Schwertern (BZL2mSt/BZL2a)

Königlich Bayerischer St. Michaels-Verdienstorden, Komturkreuz (BStMV2b/BM2b)

Orden vom Niederländischen Löwen, Ritterkreuz I. Klasse (NL3)

Orden der Eichenkrone, Komturkreuz mit Stern (LEK2mSt)

k.u. Sankt Stephans-Orden, Kommandeurkreuz (ÖSt2)

Militär-Orden San Bento d’Aviz, Großkreuz (PBd’A1/PB1)

Sankt-Annen-Orden, I. Klasse (RA1)

Herzoglich Sachsen-Ernestinischer Hausorden, Komturkreuz I. Klasse (HSEH2a/HSH2a)

Nischan-Istechar (TNJ)

Roter Adlerorden, II. Klasse mit Eichenlaub und Schwertern am Ringe

Königlicher Hausorden von Hohenzollern, Stern der Komture

Orden Heinrichs des Löwen, Großkreuz (BrHL1/BrH.G.Kr)

Ehrenlegion, Großoffizier (FEL2)

Kaiserlich-Königlicher Orden vom Weißen Adler (RWA)

Preußischer Kronenorden, IV. Klasse

Hausorden Albrechts des Bären, Großkreuz (AAB1/AB1)

Königlich Bayerischer St. Michaels-Verdienstorden, Großkreuz (BStMV1/BM1)

Orden der Eichenkrone, Großkreuz (LEK1)

Österreichisch-kaiserlicher Leopold-Orden, Großkreuz (ÖL1)

Russischer Wladimirorden, II. Klasse (RW2)

Orden der Württembergischen Krone, Großkreuz (WK1)

Erinnerungs-Kreuz für den Feldzug von 1866

Roter Adlerorden, I. Klasse mit Eichenlaub und Schwertern am Ringe

Eisernes Kreuz (1870), II. und I. Klasse

Pour le Mérite

Kaiserliche Kriegsdenkmünze 1870/71

Militär-Max-Joseph-Orden, Großkreuz (BMJ1)

Fürstlich Lippischer Hausorden, Ehrenkreuz I. Klasse (LH.EK1)

Sankt-Georgen-Orden, IV. Klasse (RG4)

Alexander-Newski-Orden (RAN)

Albrechts-Orden, Großkreuz (SA1)

Herzoglich Sachsen-Ernestinischer Hausorden, Großkreuz (HSEH1/HSH1)

Fürstlich Schwarzburgisches Ehrenkreuz, Ehrenkreuz I. Klasse (SEK1)

Roter Adlerorden, Großkreuz mit Eichenlaub und Schwertern am Ringe

Civil-Verdienst-Orden der Bayerischen Krone, Großkreuz (BCV1/BKr1)

Chef des 3. Magdeburgischen Infanterie-Regiments Nr. 66

Das Fort III bei Magdeburg erhielt am 2. September 1873 den Namen „Fort G. Alvensleben“

Here is my problem: He retired (zur Disposition) in October 1872, until then his Rangliste showed BMJ1, LEK1 and LH.EK1, but after 1872 he was (degraded?) shown to have BMJ2, LEK2 and LH.EK2. Was this a normal procedure? Who can explain? Thank you!



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Sorry for the poor quality of the photos.
loading them has reduced their quality, because on my computer they are seen clearly, loading them has not picked up the original quality. I don't know wh

Let's see if dividing in two improves the quality



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