Order of Wen-Hu
The Order of Wen-Hu (English – The Order of the Striped Tiger) was an award for military or naval service awarded by the Republic of China. It was issued in five classes. The badge showed a striped tiger in natural colours on a central medallion. During World War I, a large number of Chinese served with both the Chinese Labour Corps and the Royal Army Medical Corps, and many British officers, particularly in those two corps, received the order. The majority were issued in February 1920.
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- British Major R. V. C. Bodley
- British Admiral of the Fleet Sir Osmond de Beauvoir Brock
- U.S. Navy Officer Walter S. Crosley
- Lieutenant General Sir Humfrey Myddelton Gale
- Japanese General Tanaka Giichi
- U.S. Admiral Albert Gleaves
- British Brigadier General Frederick Kisch
- British Field Marshal Frederick Rudolph Lambart, 10th Earl of Cavan
- British Admiral of the Fleet Sir Charles Madden, 1st Baronet
- British Missionary William Edward Soothill
- British Admiral of the Fleet Sir Frederick Charles Doveton Sturdee, 1st Baronet
- British Vice Admiral Norman Wodehouse
- Marshal Chang Tso-lin, Tuchun of Manchuria
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