Order of a Million Elephants & White Parasol - (1909)
The Order was created by Sisavang-Vong, the King of Louang-Prabang on May 1, 1909 to recognize exceptional military and civil service. It is originally awarded in one, then four and finally five classes (Grand Officer, Grand Cross, Commander, Officer and Knight). The uniface insignia is composed of three white enamel elephants with red enamel headpieces suspended beneath a golden crown, surmounted by a stylized parasol. The Knights badge is 56mm and the other levels, 62mm. It was widely awarded to French officials and military personnel, including those who participated in the Franco-Laotian Resistance (against the Japanese) in 1944 and to members of the French Military Mission and the French Expeditionary Corps, which participated in the Laotian War.


Order of a Million Elephants Plaque

Laotian Order of a Million Elephants & White Parasol Knight Class and the Order of the Crown Commander Grade

Order of the Reign of Sisavang Vong, Order of the Reign of Savang Vatthana and Medal for Excellence in Education

Order of Civic Merit, Combat Veterans Medal and
Order of Agricultural Merit

Unknown Medal. Order of Feminine Merit and Unknown Medal

Franco-Laotian Resistance Medal and
Medal of Government Gratitude

Medal of Military Valor

The Royal Orders and Medals of the Kingdom of Laos