LIST OF PEOPLE AWARDED

 

Excerpta from the List of

GRAND CROSSES AND GRAND OFFICERS OF THE ORDER OF STAR OF KARAGEORGE

Alphabetic order
Titles quoted in accordance with highest position held
+ died
 

Grand Crosses 

Group with Swords: 

  1. Albert, HM, The King of the Belgians +
  2. Aleksandar I, HM King of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, King of Yugoslavia +
  3. Cadorna, Luigi, Marshal of Italy +
  4. Ferdinand I, HM Кing of Romania +
  5. Foch, Ferdinand (1919), Marshal of France +
  6. Franchet d'Espèrey, Louis Félix Marie François, Marshal of France, Serbian Field Marshal +
  7. French, John Denton Pinkstone, 1st Earl of Ypres, British Field Marshal +
  8. Guillaumat, Alfred (1919), French General +
  9. Haig, Douglas, 1st Earl Haig, British Field Marshal +
  10. Joffre, Joseph Jacques Césaire, Marshal of France +
  11. Kitchener,Horatio Herbert, 1st Earl Kitchener of Khartoum, British Field Marshal +
  12. Kragujevac, The City of (1943)
  13. Mišić, Živojin, Serbian Field Marshal (1918.) +
  14. Pershing, John, US General of the Armies +
  15. Pétain, Henri-Philippe Benoni Omer Joseph  (1919), Marshal of France +
  16. Sarrail, Maurice-Paul-Emmanuel, French Division General +
  17. Stepanović, Stepan, Serbian Field Marshal (1918.)+

Group without Swords: 

  1. Ahmet Rizah-bey, President of the Ottoman Majlis (1910) +
  2. Avakumović, Jovan, Serbian Prime Minister, General +
  3. Aleksandar I, HM King of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, King of Yugoslavia +
  4. Aleksandar II, HRH The Crown Prince of Serbia and Yugoslavia
  5. Aleksandra, HM The Queen of Yugoslavia +
  6. Beneš, Еdvard, President of The Republic of Czechoslovakia (1938) +
  7. Bojović, Petar, Serbian Field Marshal +
  8. Borbón-Dos Sicilias y de Borbón-Parma, don Carlos Maria Alfonso Marcel de, HRH The Duke of Calabria, Infante of Spain
  9. Boris III, HM King of Bulgaria +
  10. Bragança, dom Duarte Pio de, HRH The Crown Prince of Portugal, Duke of Bragança
  11. Carol II, HM King of Romania +
  12. Faruk I, HM King of Egypt and Sudan +
  13. Ferdinand I, HM King of Bulgaria +
  14. George VI, HRIM King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain, Emperor of Inida +
  15. Göring, Hermann, German Reichsmarshal (1939) +
  16. Hohenzollern-Siegmaringen, HRH Nicolae, Prince of Romania and of, +
  17. Horthy de Nagybanya, Miklos, Admiral, Regent of Hungary (1940.)+
  18. Ibrahim Hakki-Pasha, Ottoman Grand Vezier (1910) +
  19. Karageorgevich, Aleksandar (son of Aleksandar), HRH Royal Prince of Serbia and Yugoslavia
  20. Karageorgevich, Aleksandar (son of Paul), HRH Prince of Yugoslavia
  21. Karageorgevich, Andrei, HRH Royal Prince of Yugoslavia +
  22. Karageorgevich, Arsene, HRH Prince of Serbia and Yugoslavia +
  23. Karageorgevich, Filip, HRH Royal Prince of Serbia and Yugoslavia
  24. Karageorgevich, George, (son of Peter), HRH Royal Prince of Serbia, once The Crown Prince of Serbia +
  25. Karageorgevich, Paul, HRH, Prince of Serbia and Yugoslavia, once Prince-Regent of Yugoslavia +
  26. Karageorgevich, Petar, HRH The Hereditary Prince of Serbia and Yugoslavia
  27. Karageorgevich, Тomislav, HRH Royal Prince of Yugoslavia +
  28. Korošec, dr Anton, Prime Minister of Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes +
  29. Lippe-Biesterfeld, Bernhard zur, HRH Prince of the Netherlands and of Lippe-Biesterfeld +
  30. Maria, HM The Queen of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, and of Yugoslavia (with diamonds) +
  31. Masaryk, Tomáš Garrigue, President of the Republic of Czechoslovakia (1920) +
  32. Mehmet V Reşat, HIM Sultan of Ottoman Empire (with diamonds) (1910) +
  33. Mehmet Ziyaeddin Efendi, HIH Prince Şehzade, The Crown Prince of the Ottoman Empire (with diamonds) (1910) +
  34. Miron (Cristea), HB Patriarch of Romania +
  35. Mojana di Cologna, Fra Angelo de, HEH Prince, Grand Master of the Sovereign Order of Knights of Malta +
  36. Mościcki, Ignacy, President of Poland +
  37. Nikola I, HM King of Montenegro (1904.) +
  38. Nicholas II, HIM Emperor of the Russias (with diamonds) +
  39. Pavle, HH Patriarch of Serbia +
  40. Pašić, Nikola, Prime Minister of Serbia and of Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes +
  41. Petar I, HM King of Serbia and of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes +
  42. Petar II, MH King of Yugoslavia +
  43. Petrović-Njegoš, Danilo, HRH The Crown Prince of Montenegro +
  44. Petrović-Njegoš, Mirko, HRH Grand Duke of Grahovo and Zeta +
  45. Petrović-Njegoš, Petar, HRH Grand Duke of Zahumlie +
  46. Piłsudski, Józef Klemens, President of Poland, Marshal of Poland +
  47. Putnik, Radomir, Serbian Field Marshal (1913.) +
  48. Rašić, Mihailo, Serbian and Yugoslavian General +
  49. Renier III, HSH Prince of Monaco (1946) +
  50. Ribbentrop, Joachim von, Minister of Foreign Affairs of German Reich (1939) +
  51. Rifa’at-pasha, Ottoman Empire Foreign Minister (1910) +
  52. Romanoff, Dimitri Pavlovich, HIH Grand Duke of Russia (1939) +
  53. Sachsen-Coburg und Gotha, HRH Prince Carl Eduard, Duke of (1938) +
  54. Sachsen-Coburg-Gotha-Kohary, HRH Prince Kiril of Bulgaria and of,  +
  55. Salandra, Antonio, Prime Minister of Italy +
  56. Sonnino, Sydney, Italian Prime Minister, Foreign Affairs Minister +
  57. Schleswig-Holstein-Sonderburg-Glücksburg, Georgios of, HRH Prince of Greece and Denmark (1938) +
  58. Törring-Jettenbach, Karl Theodor, HSH Reichsgraf zu (1938)  +
  59. Vittorio Emanuele III, HM King of Italy +
  60. Živković, Petar, Prime Minister of Yugoslavia, General +
  61. Zog I, HM King of Albania +

 

Grand Officers 

Group with Swords: 

  1. Henrys, Paul Prosper, French Division General +
  2. Bojović, Petar, Serbian Field Marshal +
  3. Humbert, Louis Georges, French General +
  4. Jurišić-Šturm, Pavle, Serbian General +
  5. Capello, Luigi, Italian General +
  6. Curières de Castelnau, Noël Marie Joseph Édouard, Vicomte de, French General +
  7. Lacaze,  Marie-Jean-Lucien, French Admiral +
  8. Mišić, Živojin, Serbian Field Marshal +
  9. Putnik, Radomir, Serbian Field Marshal +
  10. Stepanović, Stepan, Serbian Marshal (1926.) +
  11. Ragni, Ottavio, Italian General +
  12. Troubridge, Sir Ernest Charles Thomas, British Admiral +

Group without Swords:  

  1. Đuknić, Ilija, Serbian General and State Councillor +
  2. Đurić, Milan, Archpriest from Užice +
  3. Syrovy, Jan, Prime Minister of Czechoslovakia, General of Division +
  4. Stefanović, Nikodije, Serbian general +
  5. Terzić, Božidar, Serbian and Yugoslavian General +
  6. Vajfert, Đorđe, Governor of National Bank, Industrialist +
  7. Vukotić, Janko, Serdar of Montenegrin Army, General of Serbian Army +
  8. Zečević, Milivoje, Yugoslavian General of the Army +

 

Excerpta from the List of

GRAND CROSSES OF THE ORDER OF WHITE EAGLE 

Alphabetic order
Titles quoted in accordance with highest position held
+ died

 

Group with Swords: 

  1. Anders, Wladysław, Polish Lieutenant General (1946) +
  2. Berdoulat, Pierre-Emile, French Division General (1920) +
  3. Béthouart, Marie Émile Antoine, French Army General (1946) +
  4. Bojović, Petar, Serbian Field Marshal  (1917.) +
  5. Ceuninck, Armand L.-T., Baron de, Belgian Lieutenant General of Artillery +
  6. Clarke, Sir Travers Кларк, British Lieutenant-General (1919) +
  7. Denikin, Anton Ivanovich, Russian Imperial general (1919) +
  8. Grenville Fortescue, Charles, British General (1919) +
  9. Guépratte, Émile Paul Amable, French Admiral (1917) +
  10. Hardy de Perini, Marie Joseph Félix Edouard, French General (1908?) +
  11. Humbert, Louis Georges, French General (1920) +
  12. Kolchak, Alexandr Vasilyevich, Russian Imperial Admiral (1919) +
  13. Maistre, Paul, French General (1919) +
  14. Paraskevopoulos, Leonidas, Greek Lieutenant General (1919) +
  15. Rašić, Miloš, Serbian and Yugoslavian General +
  16. Sarrail, Maurice-Paul-Emmanuel, French Division General (1916.) +
  17. Shcherbacheff, Dimitri Grigoryevich, Russian Imperial General of Infantry (1919) +
  18. Tsunoda, Koreshige, Japanese Major General (1919) +
  19. Vasić, Miloš, Serbian General +
  20. Weygand, Maxime, French General (1919) +

 

Group without Swords: 

  1. Acović, Dragomir, Privy Council (P.C.)
  2. Aleksandar I, HM King of Serbia +
  3. Aleksandar I, HM King of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, King of Yugoslavia +
  4. Aleksandar II, HRH The Crown Prince of Serbia and Yugoslavia
  5. Aleksandra, HM Queen of Yugoslavia +
  6. Antić, Prof. Ivan, Crown Council (C.C.), Serbian Academy (SANU) +
  7. Averescu, Alexandru, Marshal of Romania +
  8. Babac, Dusan, MA., P.C.
  9. Bataković, prof. Dr Dušan, P.C., Ambassador
  10. Bećković, Matija, C.C., SANU
  11. Bertie, Fra-Andrew, HEmH Prince, Grand Master of the SMOM +
  12. Bumbaširević, Prof. Dr Živojin, C.C., SANU +
  13. Carnot, Marie Francis Sadi, President of France + 
  14. Cenić, Đorđe, Prime Minister of Serbia +
  15. Cincar-Marković, Dimitrije, General +
  16. Cvetković, Dragiša, Prime Minister of Yugoslavia (1939) +
  17. Delbeke, Auguste, Baron de, Belgian Cabinet Minister +
  18. Draga (Draginja), HM Queen of Serbia +
  19. Dragnich, Prof. Dr. Alex, C.C., SANU +
  20. Gašić, Prof. Dr. Miroslav, C.C., SANU
  21. Gavrilo, HH The Patriarch of Serbia (1938) +
  22. George VI, HRIM King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain, Emperor of Inida +
  23. Hajdin, prof. Dr Nikola, President of SANU
  24. Hymans, Paul, Belgian prime Minister +
  25. Ilić, Milorad, P.C. +
  26. Karageorgevich, Aleksandar (son of Aleksandar), HRH Royal Prince of Serbia and Yugoslavia
  27. Karageorgevich, Andrei, HRH Royal Prince of Yugoslavia +
  28. Karageorgevich, Arsene, HRH Prince of Serbia and Yugoslavia +
  29. Karageorgevich, Filip, HRH Royal Prince of Serbia and Yugoslavia
  30. Karageorgevich, George, (son of Peter), HRH Royal Prince of Serbia, once The Crown Prince of Serbia +
  31. Karageorgevich, Paul, HRH, Prince of Serbia and Yugoslavia, once Prince-Regent of Yugoslavia +
  32. Karageorgevich, Petar, HRH The Hereditary Prince of Serbia and Yugoslavia
  33. Karageorgevich, Тomislav, HRH Royal Prince of Yugoslavia +
  34. Kavran, Prof. Dr. Dragoljub, C.C.
  35. Kondylis, Georgios, Greek General and Statesman +
  36. Kovačević, Dušan, C.C., SANU
  37. Lavrentije, HG Bishop of Šabac and Valjevo
  38. MacArthur, Douglas, US General +
  39. Maček, Vladko, Vice PM of Yugoslavia (1939) +
  40. Maria, HM The Queen of the Kingdom of Serbs, Croats and Slovenes, and of Yugoslavia (with diamonds) +
  41. Marinović, Jovan, Serbian Prime Minister +
  42. Markov, Petar, Royal Bulgarian General +
  43. Marković, Predrag, C.C., Speaker of the Serbian Parliament
  44. Mercati, Alexandros, Count, Grand Marshal of the Royal Hellenic Court +
  45. Mihailo, HEm Metropolitan Bishop of Serbia +
  46. Mihailović, Borislav, C.C. +
  47. Milan I, НM King of Serbia +
  48. Milisavljević, Miroslav, General +
  49. Millerand, François, President of France +
  50. Moravčević, Prof. Dr. Nikola, C.C.
  51. Niblack, Albert Parker, US Admiral +
  52. Nikola I, HM King of Montenegro (1893.) +
  53. Nikolaev, Danail, Bulgarian General +
  54. Nikolić, Prof. Dr Pavle, C.C.
  55. Novaković, Đorđe, P.C.
  56. Palavestra, Prof. Dr Predrag, C.C. SANU
  57. Parivodić, Dr Milan, C.C.
  58. Pašić, Nikola, Prime Minister of Serbia and of Kingdom of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes +
  59. Pavić, Prof. Dr Milorad, C.C. SANU +
  60. Pekić, Borislav, C.C. SANU +
  61. Perović, Prof. Dr Slobodan, C.C.
  62. Pešić, Prof. Branko, C.C. +
  63. Petar I, H: King of Serbia and of the Serbs, Croats and Slovenes +
  64. Petar II, HM King of Yugoslavia +
  65. Petrović-Njegoš, Danilo, HRH The Crown Prince of Montenegro (1896.) +
  66. Petrović-Njegoš, Mirko, HRH Grand Duke of Grahovo and Zeta (1897.) +
  67. Petrović-Njegoš, Petar, HRH Grand Duke of Zahumlie (1913.) +
  68. Popović, Prof. Dr Branko, C.C., SANU +
  69. Popović, Miodrag, C.C., SANU +
  70. Räder, Erich, Grand Admiral of the German Reich (1939) +
  71. Rydz-Smigly, Edward, Marshal of Poland +
  72. Sachsen-Coburg-Gotha, HSH Prince Alfred, Duke of +
  73. Šijaković, prof. Dr Bogoljub, C.C., Cabinet Minister of Serbia and Montenegro and of Serbia
  74. Srbinović, Mladen, C.C., SANU +
  75. Ştefănescu, Constantin, Romanian Minister of War (1921.) +
  76. Syrovy, Jan, Prime Minister of Czechoslovakia, Division General (1928) +
  77. Terzić, Branko, P.C.
  78. Titulescu, Nicolae, Romanian diplomat (1928.) +
  79. Velmar-Janković, Svetlana, C.C., SANU
  80. Vesnić, Milenko, Serbian Ambassador +
  81. Victoria, HIRM Queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain, Empress of India +
  82. Vitanović, Prof. Dr Slobodan, C.C. +
  83. Vitorović, prof. Dr. Dragomir, C.C., SANU
  84. Vukotić, Janko, Serdar of Montenegrin Army, General of Serbian Army +
  85. Vuković, Gavro, Montenegrin Voïvoda and Foreign Minister (1904.) +
  86. Wilhelm II, HI&RM German Emperor and King of Prussia +
  87. Witteslbach, Leopold Maximilian Joseph Maria Arnulf von, HRH, Prince of Bavaria, Fieldmarshal +
  88. Zečević, Milivoje, Yugoslavian General of the Army +
  89. Živković, Petar, Prime Minister of Yugoslavia, General +

 


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