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Biographical/Historical Information

The Charlottenkreuz was a named after the Queen of Württemberg, Charlotte of Schaumburg-Lippe. It was commissioned in January of 1916 by King William II. It was awarded to individuals during the First World War for merit in the field, or at home to those who provided war-related care.

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Two Charlotte Cross medals, Leo Baeck Institute, 59.2.