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The Silver Wolf - Scout Tree

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Date: 1922 [unknown]
Location: [unknown]
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The Silver Wolf was first awarded to King's Scouts or King's Sea Scouts of at least 2 years service and who earned 12 proficiency badges, who performed under exceptional circumstances like saving a life or repeated acts of bravery, endurance, or self-sacrifice. This Silver Wolf remained a Youth award until 1922, when it became an award for Adult volunteers for Services to Scouting. . . . more . . . W® . .
Notable recipients
Jean Jacques Rambonnet - the Netherlands
Michal Grazynski - January 1938 - Poland
Carol II of Romania
Gustaf V of Sweden
Walter von Bonstetten, Hubert S. Martin, J. S. Wilson - Ninth World Scout Conference 1937
Annie Besant January 1933
Juan Antonio Dimas, first Chief Scout of Spain (April 23, 1940)
Sir Douglas Mawson OBE FRS (1882 - 1958)
John Frederick Wilkinson (1992)
Roy Morris (2008)
Pre 1922 Profiles
Thomas George Driver (1875 - 1915) Poppy for Remembrance
Allan Maclaren Webb (1876 - 1929)




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