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Ridder vierde klasse der Militaire Willems Orde (MWO.4)

The Order was instituted by King William I in 1815 and is the highest military Order in the Netherlands. It is awarded to military personnel of all ranks and services as well as to civilians for 'most conspicious acts of bravery, leadership and extreme devotion to duty in the presence of the enemy'. The badge is an eight-pointed Maltese cross of white enamel, each point being tipped by a golden pearl. On the arms, the words 'Voor moed, beleid en trouw' (For Courage, Conduct and Loyalty). The cross rests on a saltire of laurels. The reverse shows a medaillion of blue enamel with the letter 'W' on it and a laurel wreath.
The badge is suspended from the Royal Crown with a ring on top through which the ribbon passes. The ribbon is yellow with two broad stripes of purple. The Knight Fourth Class is the lowest class of the Order; the recipient wears a badge in silver and enamel.

Grid List
Lacomblé, Eugène Eduard Bernard* October 26th, 1896
† February 28th, 1942

Landzaat, Willem Pieter* April 7th, 1886
† May 13th, 1940
Row: 5 Grave: 37

Lange, Reinder Gebbienus de* February 22nd, 1896
† April 10th, 1943

Lanschot, van, Willem Charles Jean Marie "Bib"* June 30th, 1914
† August 16th, 2001

Larive, Etienne Henri ("Hans")* September 23rd, 1915
† December 28th, 1984

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Lester, Paul T.* May 31st, 1920
† October 2nd, 1975

Liddell, Kenneth Cecil* April 26th, 1916

Lier, van, Theo Jan Antoine Marie* May 11th, 1916
† June 6th, 1992

Lier, Willem van* July 1st, 1899
† May 13th, 1976

Looze, Willem Adriaan de "Bul"* February 26th, 1916
† June 22nd, 2000

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