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Order of the Badge of Honor

Order of the Badge of Honour

Order of the Badge of Honour
Awarded by the  Soviet Union
Type Single grade order
Eligibility Soviet citizens and institutions including factories
Awarded for accomplishments in labour, the civil service, literature, the arts and sciences
Status No longer awarded
Statistics
Established November 25, 1935
First awarded November 26, 1935
Last awarded December 23, 1988
Total awarded 1 580 850
Precedence
Next (higher) Order of Friendship of Peoples
Next (lower) Order of Labour Glory

Ribbon of the Badge of Honour
For other uses, see Order of Honour (Greece).

The Order of the Badge of Honour (Russian: Орден "Знак Почёта") was a civilian award of the Soviet Union.

It was established on 25 November 1935, and was conferred on citizens of the USSR for outstanding achievements in production, scientific research and social, cultural and other forms of social activity; for promotion of economic, scientific, technological, cultural and other ties between the USSR and other countries; and also for significant contribution to basic and applied research.

The order was awarded 1,574,368 times.

The "Order of the Badge of Honour" was replaced by the "Order of Honour" (Russian: Орден Почёта) by a Decree of the Presidium of the USSR on 28 December 1988. Following the USSR dissolution, it was replaced by the "Order of Honour" of the Russian Federation, established by Presidential Decree №442 of 2 March 1994.[1]

Notable recipients

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