Grand Cross of the Order of the Oak Crown of Luxembourg
Awarded to Dutch Prime Minister Willem Drees.
The Order of the Oak Crown was founded by King William II of the
Netherlands, on the 29th of December 1841, for all classes of
society, for distinguished merit in the army, civil service, or the
arts and sciences, and may, in some instances, be also conferred
upon foreigners. The King is Grand Master, and the dignity cannot be
separated from the Grand Ducal crown. The order consists of four
classes: Knights of the Grand
Cross, Knights with the star of the order, Commanders, and Knights.