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The word Ulan is rooted in either the mongolian or tartar word for "brave warrior." The Ulan regiments in Germany numbered 26 until the end of WWI, only three of which were Guard regiments. Normally serving as cavalry, the Uhlanen wore this hat, which was characterized by the distinctive square-top. The star on this piece indicates it was worn by one of the officers of the 3rd Garde Regiment. The star is the symbol of the Order of The Black Eagle (Schwarzer Adler Orden) and was the highest order of chivalry in Prussia. Commonly referred to in collector circles as the Guarde Star, it was the symbol of the Prussian Garde. Suum Cuique is latin, which literally translates "To each his own." Idiomatically, it symbolizes the idea of "to each accoreding to his merits." The Prussian Gardestern was adopted, I believe, during the reign of Kaiser Wilhelm.
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Imperial Prussian 3rd Garde Ulanen Regiment Tschapka#1898



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