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Honoris Crux

The Honoris Crux Decoration was a South African military decoration that was awarded from 1952 to 2003. There were two distinct versions.

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South African Military Decorations - South African Defence Force - 1975–2003
... of Good Hope Decoration CGH 1952–2003 Never awarded Most conspicuous bravery Honoris Crux Diamond HCD 1975–93 Never awarded Death-defying heroic deeds of outstanding valour Honoris Crux Gold HCG 1975–93 6 ... Honoris Crux Silver HCS 1975–2003 27 Exceptional bravery in great danger Honoris Crux — 2nd Type HC 1975–2003 201 Bravery while in danger Pro Virtute Decoration PVD 1987–2003 ...
32 Battalion (South Africa) - Battle Honours
... most decorated units during the South African Border War, with a total of 13 Honoris Crux medals for bravery awarded to its members, second only to the South African Special Forces Brigade, whose ... List of 32 Battalion recipients of the Honoris Crux Lieutenant Connie van Wyk Sergeant Danny Roxo Warrant Officer 2 Willy Ward Major Eddie Viljoen Lance Corporal ...
Honoris Crux Silver
... The Honoris Crux Silver (HCS) was a South African military decoration that existed from 1975 to 2003 ...

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    This is the crux of the moral pessimists: if they really wanted to promote their neighbor’s redemption, then they would have to resolve themselves to spoiling existence for him, and thus to being his misfortune; out of pity, they would have to—become evil!
    Friedrich Nietzsche (1844–1900)