Order of Karl Marx
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Order of Karl Marx
Order of Karl Marx
(Karl-Marx-Orden)
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The Order of Karl Marx
Awarded by East Germany East Germany
TypeOrder
StatusNo longer awarded
Statistics
EstablishedMay 5, 1953
First awarded1953
Last awarded1989
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Ribbon bar of the Order of Karl Marx

The Order of Karl Marx (German: Karl-Marx-Orden) was the most important order in the German Democratic Republic (GDR). The award of the order also included a prize of 20,000 East German marks.

The order was founded on May 5, 1953 on the occasion of Karl Marx's 135th birthday during Karl Marx Year and on the recommendation of the GDR Council of Ministers. It was granted to individuals, enterprises, organizations, and military groups for exceptional merit in relation to ideology, culture, economy, and other designations. Additionally, citizens of other countries could also be awarded the order.

Notable recipients of the Order

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "Rednauts Get Top Marx". Daily News. New York, New York. October 22, 1963. p. 210 – via Newspapers.com.
  2. ^ Baumgartner, Gabriele; Hebig, Dieter (1996) Collein, Edmund in Biographisches Handbuch der SBZ/DDR. Band 1. p. 104. München: De Gruyter Saur on Google Books. Retrieved 25 May 2019
  3. ^ "Former Mayor or Not, the Law Must Prevail". The Vancouver Sun. Vancouver, British Columbia. April 18, 1977 – via Newspapers.com.
  4. ^ "Kim Il Sung". The International Who's Who 1992-93. Taylor & Francis. 1992. p. 867. ISBN 978-0-946653-84-3.

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