Decorations of the Republic of Estonia
 

The decorations of the Republic of Estonia were established or reestablished by the Law on Decorations, passed in Riigikogu on 5 May 1994 and 16 May 1995.

There are six decorations (orders):

  • The Cross of St. Mary’s Land (Maarjamaa Rist)
  • The Order of the National Coat of Arms;
  • The Order of the White Star;
  • The Order of the Cross of the Eagle;
  • The Order of the Estonian Red Cross;
  • The Cross of Liberty.

The Order of the National Coat of Arms was instituted in 1936 to commemorate the Day of the Proclamation of Estonia’s Independence on 24 February 1918. The Order of the National Coat of Arms is awarded as the highest grade for the services rendered to the State. The order comprises six classes.

   
The Order of the White Star was instituted in 1936 to commemorate the freedom fight of the Estonian people. The Order of the White Star is awarded to give recognition to accomplishments in civil service or local government work as well as to foreigners for services to the Estonian State. The order comprises seven classes.
   
The Order of the Cross of the Eagle was instituted by the Defence League in 1928 to the 10th anniversary of the Estonian independence. The Order of the Cross of the Eagle is awarded to give recognition to military accomplishments and services in the field of national defence. The order comprises eight classes.
   
The Order of the Estonian Red Cross was instituted by the Estonian Red Cross Society in 1920. The Order of the Estonian Red Cross is awarded to give recognition to humanitarian services in the interests of the Estonian public and for saving life. The order is of six classes.
   
The Cross of St. Mary’s Land /Est. Maarjamaa, = St. Mary’s Land/. The Cross of Maarjamaa (St. Mary’s Land), instituted in 1995, is awarded by the President of the Republic of Estonia as the highest reward to foreigners who have rendered special services to the Republic of Estonia. Maarjamaa (St. Mary’s Land) is the poetical synonym for Estonia since 1215. The order is of six classes.
   
The Cross of Liberty was instituted in 1919 to give recognition to services during the Estonian War of Independence and has not been awarded since 1925.The Cross of Liberty is a military award in the event of a war in defence of Estonia’s independence.
The decorations are awarded by the President of the Republic. Recommendations for awarding decorations are in most cases presented to the President of the Republic by the Committee on Decorations.

 

Orders and Medals of Class IV and V

  • Tarmo Aal, Iron Cross of the Cross of the Eagle, Defence Leaguer, February 1997
  • Pia Aaltonen, White Star Medal, Official of the Finnish Presidential Palace, May 1995
  • Erna Abel, V Class Order of the White Star , retired sportsman, February 1998
  • Mari Carmen Aguirre, IV Class Order of the White Star, Official of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mexico, December 1995
  • Villem Ahas, IV Class Order of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1998 Patrik Ahlgren, V Class Order of the White Star, Major from Sweden, September 1995
  • Erkki Ahokas, IV Class Order of the White Star, Master of the Household, Finnish Presidential Palace, May 1995
  • Lauri Ailio, White Star Medal, Chauffeur of the Finnish Presidential Palace, May 1995
  • Endel Ainsalu, Gold Cross of the Cross of the Eagle, Voluntary defender of order and border, February 1997
  • Markku Airio, White Star Medal, Bodyguard of the Finnish President , May 1995
  • Jüri Alandi, IV Class Order of the Estonian Red Cross, Rescue Service man, February 1998
  • August Albert, Gold Cross of the Cross of the Eagle, voluntary defender of order and border, February 1997
  • Emil Alesmaa, V Class of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1997
  • Henn Alton, V Class Order of the White Star, State official, February 1998
  • Aldis Alus, Iron Cross of the Cross of the Eagle, Police Officer, February 1998
  • Paul Johannes Alvre, IV Class Order of the White Star , linguist, February 1998
  • Lembit Andresen, V Class Order of the White Star , historian and pedagog, February 1997
  • Endel Annus, IV Class Order of the National Coat of Arms, bibliographer, February 1997
  • Helena Ansiomäki, White Star Medal, Hostess at the Guesthouse of the Finnish Government, May 1995
  • Eino Johannes Arohonka, IV Class Order of the Cross of the Eagle, retired Finnish officer of the JR200, February 1998
  • Henrik Arro, IV Class Order of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, sõjaajaloolane, February 1997
  • Endel Aruja, V Class Order of the White Star , educationalist, February 1998
  • Toivo Arumäe, Silver Cross of the Cross of the Eagle, military of Estonian defence forces February 1997
  • Johnny Asp, V Class Order of the White Star, Police Chief Inspector, Norway, August 1998
  • Tõnis Asson, Iron Cross of the Cross of the Eagle, military of Estonian defence forces, February 1998
  • Thord Axelsson, V Class Order of the White Star , Chief Inspector, Swedish Police, September, 1995
  • Robert von Bahr, V Class Order of the Cross of Terra Mariana, interpreter of the Estonian music, Sweden, February 1998
  • Agneta Bergman, V Class Order of the White Star, Offical of the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, September 1995
  • Elvi Birk, IV Class Order of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1997
  • Ritva Blomqvist, White Star Medal, Matron, Presdiential Palace, Finland, May 1995
  • Erkki Boman, White Star Medal, Office Secretary, Protocol Dept. of the Finnish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, May 1995
  • Erna Boston, Medal of the Estonian Red Cross, nurse, February 1997
  • Riho Breivel, Gold Cross of the Cross of the Eagle, Border Guard official, February 1998
  • Hendrik Eberhard, V Class of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1998
  • Aleksander Elango, White Star Medal, pedagog, February 1997
  • Karl Elken, IV Class Order of the White Star , teacher, February 1998
  • Helmut Elstrok, V Class Order of the National Coat of Arms, regional researcher, preserver of cultural heritage, February 1998
  • Jaanus Elvre, Iron Cross of the Cross of the Eagle, military of Estonian defence forces, February 1998
  • Brigitte von Engelhardt, Germany, V Class Order of the Cross of Terra Mariana, preserver of the continuity of the Republic of Estonia, February 1998
  • Alfred Erik, IV Class Order of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1998
  • Kjell-Gunnar Eriksen, IV Class Order of the White Star, Second Secretary, Royal Norwegian Embassy, August 1998
  • Ingrid Erilaid, V Class Order of the White Star , librarian, February 1998
  • Hillar Erma, V Class of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1997
  • Aarne Ermus, IV Class Order of the Cross of the Eagle, Major, February 1997
  • Ivar Etverk, V Class Order of the White Star, forestry scientist, February 1998
  • Aare Evisalu, Silver Cross of the Cross of the Eagle, Border Guard official, February 1998
  • Karl Gailit, V Class of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, war historian, February 1997
  • Ber Leib Gassmann, IV Class Order of the White Star, public notary, February 1998
  • Aleksander Glikman, IV Class Order of the White Star, barrister, February 1997
  • Esko Haapasaari, White Star Medal, Sergeant, Finnish Presidential Palace, May 1995
  • Raul Haaristo, Gold Cross of the Cross of the Eagle, Rescue service man, February 1997
  • Lars Hallengren, IV Class Order of the White Star, Head of the Stockholm Town Hall, September 1995
  • Evald Hallisk, IV Class Order of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1997
  • Jüri Hanko, V Class of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1998
  • Viktor Hansen, V Class of the Cross of the Eagle, Border Guard official, February 1997
  • Göran Hansen, Rootsi, V Class Order of the White Star, Chief Inspector of Police, September 1995
  • Hannele Harju, White Star Medal, Office Secretary, Protocol Dept., Finnish Ministry of Forign Affairs, May 1995
  • August Hatto, IV Class Order of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1997
  • Kalju Heli, V Class of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1998
  • Ivo Helvik, Gold Cross of the Cross of the Eagle, Defence Leaguer, February 1997
  • Lembe Hiedel, V Class Order of the National Coat of Arms, editor and translator, February 1998
  • Mati Hint, IV Class Order of the National Coat of Arms, linguist and pedagog, February 1997
  • Raija Hohti, White Star Medal, VIP-Hostess, Vantaa Airport, Helsinki, May 1995
  • Laine Hone, White Star Medal, philologist, February 1997
  • Heikki Hänninen, IV Class Order of the White Star, Director of Vantaa Airport, Helsinki, May 1995
  • Raivo Härm, IV Class Order of the Cross of the Eagle, Rescue Service man, February 1997
  • Eino Härm, V Class Order of the White Star, agriculture researcher, February 1998
  • Uno Ilm, V Class Order of the White Star, educationalist, February 1998
  • Paula Ilves Delacherie, V Class Order of the National Coat of Arms, preserver of the continuity of the Republic of Estonia, architect, February 1997
  • Richard Ilves, V Class of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1998
  • Kristina Inkiläinen, V Class Order of the White Star, Director of the Helsinki Kalastajatorppa Hotel, May 1995
  • Sven Aleksander Ise, IV Class Order of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, Lieutenant-Colonel, February 1997
  • Markku Iskanius, IV Class Order of the White Star, Head of the Finnish Guard Batallion, May 1995
  • Raimond Isok, White Star Medal, sports co-ordinator and pedagog, February 1997
  • Heino Jaakula, White Star Medal, State official, February 1998
  • Lars Ove Jakobsen, Gold Cross of the Cross of the Eagle, Norwegian military man, Communications Officer of the Baltic Batallion, February 1998
  • Ilmar Jaks, IV Class Order of the National Coat of Arms, writer, February 1998
  • Heino Jalakas, V Class Order of the National Coat of Arms, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1998
  • Wolf Rüdiger Janzen, IV Class Order of the Cross of Terra Mariana, restorer of economic relations between Estonia and Germany, February 1998
  • Eero Jehkonen, White Star Medal, Soome Porter, Presidential Palace, May 1995
  • Juhani Jokela, V Class Order of the White Star, Director of the Guest House of the Finnish Government, May 1995
  • Oke Jokinen, V Class Order of the White Star , Finnish Radio Journalist, May 1995
  • Erling Jonsson, V Class Order of the White Star, Master of Household, Swedish Royal Court, September 1995
  • Ludvig Juks, IV Class Order of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1998
  • Viktor von Jung, V Class of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1998
  • Pekka Junikka, White Star Medal, Police officer, Helsinki Police, May 1995
  • August Jurs, V Class Order of the National Coat of Arms, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1998
  • Richard Jurss, IV Class Order of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1998
  • Toivo Jõeäär, V Class of the Cross of the Eagle, voluntary defender of order and border, February 1997
  • Kalju Jõgi, V Class Order of the White Star , Freedom fighter and social figure, February 1998
  • Tõnu Järv, V Class of the Cross of the Eagle, Defence Leaguer, February 1997
  • Uno Johannes Järvela, V Class of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1998
  • Ivo Jürgenson, Silver Cross of the Cross of the Eagle, Military of Estonian defence forces, February 1997
  • Anton Jürisson, V Class Order of the White Star, teacher and retired sportsman, February 1998
  • Fred Jüssi, IV Class Order of the White Star, nature preserver, February 1998
  • Vaime Kabur, V Class Order of the National Coat of Arms, bibliographer, February 1998
  • Harry Kadu, White Star Medal, State official, February 1998
  • Kaupo Kaiv, iron Cross of theCorss of the Eagle, Military of Estonian defence forces, February 1997
  • Raivo Kalamäe, IV Class Order of the White Star, Freedom fighter, Chairman of the Estonian War Veterans Union in Australia, February 1998
  • Olev Kalberg, V Class of the Cross of the Eagle, police officer, February 1997
  • Enn Kalind, Gold Cross of the Cross of the Eagle, Border Guard official, February 1997
  • Tõnu Kaljuste, IV Class Order of the White Star, choir conductor, February 1998
  • Lianne Kalpio, White Star Medal, Hostess of the Presdiential Palace, Finalnd, May 1995
  • Timo Kalpio, White Star Medal, Porter, Finnish Presdiential Palace, May 1995
  • Kaido Kama, IV Class Order of the National Coat of Arms, social figure, February 1998
  • Evald Kampus, IV Class Order of the White Star, prominent person in the field of theatre, February 1998
  • Jaak Kangilaski, IV Class Order of the National Coat of Arms, art critic and social figure, February 1998
  • Leonhard Kangro, IV Class Order of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1998
  • August Kangro, V Class Order of the White Star, NGO promoter, February 1998
  • Rasmus Kangropool, White Star Medal, Professor, preserver of ancient cultural heritage, February 1998
  • Jaan Kaplinski, IV Class Order of the National Coat of Arms, writer, February 1997
  • Jaan Kapp, Silver Cross of the Cross of the Eagle, Border guard official,

Orders and Medals of Class IV and V

  • Tarmo Aal, Iron Cross of the Cross of the Eagle, Defence Leaguer, February 1997
  • Pia Aaltonen, White Star Medal, Official of the Finnish Presidential Palace, May 1995
  • Erna Abel, V Class Order of the White Star , retired sportsman, February 1998
  • Mari Carmen Aguirre, IV Class Order of the White Star, Official of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Mexico, December 1995
  • Villem Ahas, IV Class Order of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1998 Patrik Ahlgren, V Class Order of the White Star, Major from Sweden, September 1995
  • Erkki Ahokas, IV Class Order of the White Star, Master of the Household, Finnish Presidential Palace, May 1995
  • Lauri Ailio, White Star Medal, Chauffeur of the Finnish Presidential Palace, May 1995
  • Endel Ainsalu, Gold Cross of the Cross of the Eagle, Voluntary defender of order and border, February 1997
  • Markku Airio, White Star Medal, Bodyguard of the Finnish President , May 1995
  • Jüri Alandi, IV Class Order of the Estonian Red Cross, Rescue Service man, February 1998
  • August Albert, Gold Cross of the Cross of the Eagle, voluntary defender of order and border, February 1997
  • Emil Alesmaa, V Class of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1997
  • Henn Alton, V Class Order of the White Star, State official, February 1998
  • Aldis Alus, Iron Cross of the Cross of the Eagle, Police Officer, February 1998
  • Paul Johannes Alvre, IV Class Order of the White Star , linguist, February 1998
  • Lembit Andresen, V Class Order of the White Star , historian and pedagog, February 1997
  • Endel Annus, IV Class Order of the National Coat of Arms, bibliographer, February 1997
  • Helena Ansiomäki, White Star Medal, Hostess at the Guesthouse of the Finnish Government, May 1995
  • Eino Johannes Arohonka, IV Class Order of the Cross of the Eagle, retired Finnish officer of the JR200, February 1998
  • Henrik Arro, IV Class Order of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, sõjaajaloolane, February 1997
  • Endel Aruja, V Class Order of the White Star , educationalist, February 1998
  • Toivo Arumäe, Silver Cross of the Cross of the Eagle, military of Estonian defence forces February 1997
  • Johnny Asp, V Class Order of the White Star, Police Chief Inspector, Norway, August 1998
  • Tõnis Asson, Iron Cross of the Cross of the Eagle, military of Estonian defence forces, February 1998
  • Thord Axelsson, V Class Order of the White Star , Chief Inspector, Swedish Police, September, 1995
  • Robert von Bahr, V Class Order of the Cross of Terra Mariana, interpreter of the Estonian music, Sweden, February 1998
  • Agneta Bergman, V Class Order of the White Star, Offical of the Swedish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, September 1995
  • Elvi Birk, IV Class Order of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1997
  • Ritva Blomqvist, White Star Medal, Matron, Presdiential Palace, Finland, May 1995
  • Erkki Boman, White Star Medal, Office Secretary, Protocol Dept. of the Finnish Ministry of Foreign Affairs, May 1995
  • Erna Boston, Medal of the Estonian Red Cross, nurse, February 1997
  • Riho Breivel, Gold Cross of the Cross of the Eagle, Border Guard official, February 1998
  • Hendrik Eberhard, V Class of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1998
  • Aleksander Elango, White Star Medal, pedagog, February 1997
  • Karl Elken, IV Class Order of the White Star , teacher, February 1998
  • Helmut Elstrok, V Class Order of the National Coat of Arms, regional researcher, preserver of cultural heritage, February 1998
  • Jaanus Elvre, Iron Cross of the Cross of the Eagle, military of Estonian defence forces, February 1998
  • Brigitte von Engelhardt, Germany, V Class Order of the Cross of Terra Mariana, preserver of the continuity of the Republic of Estonia, February 1998
  • Alfred Erik, IV Class Order of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1998
  • Kjell-Gunnar Eriksen, IV Class Order of the White Star, Second Secretary, Royal Norwegian Embassy, August 1998
  • Ingrid Erilaid, V Class Order of the White Star , librarian, February 1998
  • Hillar Erma, V Class of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1997
  • Aarne Ermus, IV Class Order of the Cross of the Eagle, Major, February 1997
  • Ivar Etverk, V Class Order of the White Star, forestry scientist, February 1998
  • Aare Evisalu, Silver Cross of the Cross of the Eagle, Border Guard official, February 1998
  • Karl Gailit, V Class of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, war historian, February 1997
  • Ber Leib Gassmann, IV Class Order of the White Star, public notary, February 1998
  • Aleksander Glikman, IV Class Order of the White Star, barrister, February 1997
  • Esko Haapasaari, White Star Medal, Sergeant, Finnish Presidential Palace, May 1995
  • Raul Haaristo, Gold Cross of the Cross of the Eagle, Rescue service man, February 1997
  • Lars Hallengren, IV Class Order of the White Star, Head of the Stockholm Town Hall, September 1995
  • Evald Hallisk, IV Class Order of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1997
  • Jüri Hanko, V Class of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1998
  • Viktor Hansen, V Class of the Cross of the Eagle, Border Guard official, February 1997
  • Göran Hansen, Rootsi, V Class Order of the White Star, Chief Inspector of Police, September 1995
  • Hannele Harju, White Star Medal, Office Secretary, Protocol Dept., Finnish Ministry of Forign Affairs, May 1995
  • August Hatto, IV Class Order of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1997
  • Kalju Heli, V Class of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1998
  • Ivo Helvik, Gold Cross of the Cross of the Eagle, Defence Leaguer, February 1997
  • Lembe Hiedel, V Class Order of the National Coat of Arms, editor and translator, February 1998
  • Mati Hint, IV Class Order of the National Coat of Arms, linguist and pedagog, February 1997
  • Raija Hohti, White Star Medal, VIP-Hostess, Vantaa Airport, Helsinki, May 1995
  • Laine Hone, White Star Medal, philologist, February 1997
  • Heikki Hänninen, IV Class Order of the White Star, Director of Vantaa Airport, Helsinki, May 1995
  • Raivo Härm, IV Class Order of the Cross of the Eagle, Rescue Service man, February 1997
  • Eino Härm, V Class Order of the White Star, agriculture researcher, February 1998
  • Uno Ilm, V Class Order of the White Star, educationalist, February 1998
  • Paula Ilves Delacherie, V Class Order of the National Coat of Arms, preserver of the continuity of the Republic of Estonia, architect, February 1997
  • Richard Ilves, V Class of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1998
  • Kristina Inkiläinen, V Class Order of the White Star, Director of the Helsinki Kalastajatorppa Hotel, May 1995
  • Sven Aleksander Ise, IV Class Order of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, Lieutenant-Colonel, February 1997
  • Markku Iskanius, IV Class Order of the White Star, Head of the Finnish Guard Batallion, May 1995
  • Raimond Isok, White Star Medal, sports co-ordinator and pedagog, February 1997
  • Heino Jaakula, White Star Medal, State official, February 1998
  • Lars Ove Jakobsen, Gold Cross of the Cross of the Eagle, Norwegian military man, Communications Officer of the Baltic Batallion, February 1998
  • Ilmar Jaks, IV Class Order of the National Coat of Arms, writer, February 1998
  • Heino Jalakas, V Class Order of the National Coat of Arms, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1998
  • Wolf Rüdiger Janzen, IV Class Order of the Cross of Terra Mariana, restorer of economic relations between Estonia and Germany, February 1998
  • Eero Jehkonen, White Star Medal, Soome Porter, Presidential Palace, May 1995
  • Juhani Jokela, V Class Order of the White Star, Director of the Guest House of the Finnish Government, May 1995
  • Oke Jokinen, V Class Order of the White Star , Finnish Radio Journalist, May 1995
  • Erling Jonsson, V Class Order of the White Star, Master of Household, Swedish Royal Court, September 1995
  • Ludvig Juks, IV Class Order of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1998
  • Viktor von Jung, V Class of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1998
  • Pekka Junikka, White Star Medal, Police officer, Helsinki Police, May 1995
  • August Jurs, V Class Order of the National Coat of Arms, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1998
  • Richard Jurss, IV Class Order of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1998
  • Toivo Jõeäär, V Class of the Cross of the Eagle, voluntary defender of order and border, February 1997
  • Kalju Jõgi, V Class Order of the White Star , Freedom fighter and social figure, February 1998
  • Tõnu Järv, V Class of the Cross of the Eagle, Defence Leaguer, February 1997
  • Uno Johannes Järvela, V Class of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1998
  • Ivo Jürgenson, Silver Cross of the Cross of the Eagle, Military of Estonian defence forces, February 1997
  • Anton Jürisson, V Class Order of the White Star, teacher and retired sportsman, February 1998
  • Fred Jüssi, IV Class Order of the White Star, nature preserver, February 1998
  • Vaime Kabur, V Class Order of the National Coat of Arms, bibliographer, February 1998
  • Harry Kadu, White Star Medal, State official, February 1998
  • Kaupo Kaiv, iron Cross of theCorss of the Eagle, Military of Estonian defence forces, February 1997
  • Raivo Kalamäe, IV Class Order of the White Star, Freedom fighter, Chairman of the Estonian War Veterans Union in Australia, February 1998
  • Olev Kalberg, V Class of the Cross of the Eagle, police officer, February 1997
  • Enn Kalind, Gold Cross of the Cross of the Eagle, Border Guard official, February 1997
  • Tõnu Kaljuste, IV Class Order of the White Star, choir conductor, February 1998
  • Lianne Kalpio, White Star Medal, Hostess of the Presdiential Palace, Finalnd, May 1995
  • Timo Kalpio, White Star Medal, Porter, Finnish Presdiential Palace, May 1995
  • Kaido Kama, IV Class Order of the National Coat of Arms, social figure, February 1998
  • Evald Kampus, IV Class Order of the White Star, prominent person in the field of theatre, February 1998
  • Jaak Kangilaski, IV Class Order of the National Coat of Arms, art critic and social figure, February 1998
  • Leonhard Kangro, IV Class Order of the Cross of the Eagle, freedom fighter of military merit, February 1998
  • August Kangro, V Class Order of the White Star, NGO promoter, February 1998
  • Rasmus Kangropool, White Star Medal, Professor, preserver of ancient cultural heritage, February 1998
  • Jaan Kaplinski, IV Class Order of the National Coat of Arms, writer, February 1997
  • Jaan Kapp, Silver Cross of the Cross of the Eagle, Border guard official,

 

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