Order of Queen Tamara
The official criterion, proclaimed by General Zakhari Mdivani, the Georgian minister of war, stated: "For merits in Georgia herewith all officers and enlisted men of the German troops in the Caucasus, which remained in Georgia after November 4, 1918, have the right to wear the Order of Saint Tamara."
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- Werlich, Robert (1981). Russian Orders, Decorations, and Medals, including those of Imperial Russia, the Provisional Government, the Civil War, and the Soviet Union (2nd ed.). Quaker Press.
- The Georgian Order of St Tamara Medal at The German Caucasian Expedition: Georgia 1918
- Guide to German Ribbon Bars, 1914–1945: "probably the single most peculiar military decoration of all time"
- The World's Most Bizarre Award—A New Chapter! at the Gentleman's Military Interest Club (GMIC)
- Georgia: The Order of Tamara at the Orders and Medals Society of America (OMSA)
- Royal Order of Queen Tamar