Addressing a Knight of the Order of Orange-Nassau

There may not have been a sword or other accoutrements that have come to represent such an elaborate event in the popular psyche. There were no lords or ladies, priests or Gregorian chanters. Still, under dim orange lighting in the Canadian War Museum's Barney Danson Theatre on April 28, a new Dutch Knight of the Order of Orange-Nassau was named.

Published: Wednesday, 05/05/2010 12:00 am EDT

There may not have been a sword or other accoutrements that have come to represent such an elaborate event in the popular psyche. There were no lords or ladies, priests or Gregorian chanters. Still, under dim orange lighting in the Canadian War Museum's Barney Danson Theatre on April 28, a new Dutch Knight of the Order of Orange-Nassau was named.

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