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The Order of Merit fighter was created by decree on September 14, 1953 in France. It was designed to recognize individuals who have distinguished themselves by their competence and dedication in managing the moral and material interests of veterans and war victims.

There are three classes to the medal: Knight, Officer and Commander. The decoration was given by the Minister of Veterans Affairs, assisted by a Council of the Order, whose members were all Commanders of law.

The medal was created by Arthus-Bertrand but was replaced by the National Order of Merit.

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