U.S. US Military Order of the Dragon Medal UK China Chinese 1900 Replica Rare
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United States Military Order of the Dragon
China Boxer Rebellion (1900)
The Military Order of the Dragon. The purpose was to record the history and conserve the memory of the military campaign in China in the year 1900. Provision being made for admitting to honorary membership the officers of foreign armies on service in China between June 15 and October 1, 1900.
Many Officers of United Kingdom get this Order too...
Museum Replica- Reproduction! Unique!
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Diameter of the Medal: about 36mm / 1.417 Inch
Thickness of the Medal: about 4.7mm / 0.185 Inch
you will get:
1. Military Order of the Dragon
2. Military Order of the Dragon Ribbon Bar
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Officers of the Order
President, Major-General Adna R. Chaffee, United States Volunteers.
First Vice-President, Captain Bowman H. McCalla, United States Navy.
Second Vice-President, Captain John T. Myers, United States Marine Corps.
Secretary and Treasurer, Captain Frank Dew Ramsey, Ninth United States Infantry.
Registrar, Captain Grote Hutchenson, Sixth United States Cavalry.
An executive committee was also elected.
President, Lieutenant-general Adna R. Chaffee, U. S. A. (retired).
Vice-Presidents, Rear Admiral George C. Remey, U. S. N. (retired),
Colonel William P. Biddle, U. S. M. C.
Registrar, Lieutenant-colonel George Richards, U. S. M. C.
Secretary and Treasurer, Captain Charles D. Rhodes, U. S. A.
Rear Admiral Henry T. B. Harris, U. S. N. (retired).
Major-general Charles F. Humphrey, U. S. A. (retired).
Colonel Franklin J. Moses, U. S. M. C.
Major Andre W. Brewster, U. S. A.
Brigadier-general James B. Aleshire, U. S. A.
Captain Malin Craig, U. S. A.
Captain Louis M. Little, U. S. M. C.
President—Lieut-Gen. Adna R. Chaffee, U. S. A.
Vice-Presidents—Rear-Admiral George C. Remey, U. S. N.; George Richards, U. S. Marine Corps,
Registrar—Major Henry Leonard, U. S. Marine Corps.
Secretary and Treasurer—Col. Henry O. S. Heistand, U. S. A., War Department, Washington, D. C.
President, Secretary and Treasurer, Col. HOS Heistand, USA Army, Fort Myer, Va.
A fantastic Part of US UK Military History not to be missed at this low listing Price. It would be extremely hard to find a much better example than these medals, medals weight a bit!! In great condition.
Following custom, the officers of the China Relief Expedition assembled in Peking just prior to the reduction of the expeditionary force, an organization of a society to perpetuate the associations formed during the expedition was created. Meetings of officers were held October 1, 2, and 3, 1900, resulting in the adoption of a name for the society, a constitution, officers, etc.
It was expected that this society would, in years to come, have a standing and historical interest similar to the well-known Aztec Society and the Military Order of the Loyal Legion. Its alliance with other kindred societies of other nations would undoubtedly tend to preserve acquaintance and friendships, which might otherwise be lost, and keep open the door for very desirable friendly exchanges, of a social and professional nature, with foreign officers.