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Parcel Post and Money Order Conventions between Ecuador and Germany, signed at Berlin, 18 November 1905

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BRUNNER, Guido (1930 - 1997), Grand Cross, Order of Federal Republic of Germany; German diplomat and politician; Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Germany in Madrid, 1982–92

SCHEEL, Walter (born 1919), Grand Cross First Class of Order of Merit of Federal Republic of Germany; President of the Federal Republic of Germany, 1974–79

Polish Agrarian Reform and German Minority, Germany v Poland, Order, PCIJ Series A/B No 60, ICGJ 310 (PCIJ 1933), 2nd December 1933, Permanent Court of International Justice (historical) [PCIJ]

 

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Type of C18 British Corinthian Order, the volutes replaced by winged lions and unicorns and the fleuron superseded by the Crown. Its incorporation of Royal emblems led to its association with the House of Hanover, hence its name, but it was also called the Britannic Order.

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