Order of Bohr

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Order of Bohr
Knight of Bohr.png
Seal for Knights of The Order
Awarded by the High Council of Renasia
Type State order with one rank currently, to be expanded to two ranks
Awarded for Service to Renasia, Notable Leadership in the community, Setting an example for the behaviour of other similar nations, Expanding International Cooperation and Peace
Status Currently awarded
Statistics
Established 30 August 2010
First awarded 30 August 2010
Total awarded The maximum quotas:
Knights/Dames: 10
9 Awarded
Current Precedence
Next (higher) None
Next (lower) None

The Order of Bohr, named for Niels Bohr, Nobel laureate and physicist, is the highest commendation given by the Renasian High council, currently awarded at only one level, Knight. The first order to be established by Renasia, it holds those deemed to be figures of upstanding character and values, and those who the community should seek to recognise.

Recipients

  • James Stewart
    • For Service to Renasia, Notable Leadership in the community, Setting an example for the behaviour of other similar nations, Expanding International Cooperation and Peace
  • James von Puchow
    • For Service to Renasia, Notable Leadership in the community, Setting an example for the behaviour of other similar nations, Expanding International Cooperation and Peace
  • Alexander Reinhardt
    • For Service to Renasia, Notable Leadership in the community, Setting an example for the behaviour of other similar nations, Expanding International Cooperation and Peace
  • Will Sörgel
    • For Service to Renasia, Notable Leadership in the community, Setting an example for the behaviour of other similar nations, Expanding International Cooperation and Peace
  • Pierre d'Égtavie
    • For Service to Renasia, Setting and example for the behaviour of other similar micronations
  • Gordon Freeman
    • For Notable Leadership in the community, Setting an example for the behaviour of other similar nations, Expanding International Cooperation and Peace
  • Aldrich Lucas
    • For Setting an example for the behaviour of other similar nations, Expanding International Cooperation and Peace
  • Evren Filgert
    • For Setting an example for the behaviour of other similar nations
  • André Sammut
    • For Setting an example for the behaviour of other similar nations

Entitlements of Award

The recipients of this award are able to take advantage of the entitlements;

  • Honorary Renasian Citizenship
  • Direct line to any Renasian High Councillor
  • The addendum of OB or KB/DB as the recipient wishes
  • The prefix Sir/Dame
  • The Honorific Title "Knight/Dame of Bohr" or "Knight/Dame of The Order of Bohr"