Order Mother's Glory
Instituted: by decree of the Presidium of the Great Assembly on 13th December 1950
Awarded to: mothers who gave birth to and raised 4 and more children
Form: Oval, in the center can be noticed a mother surrounded by her 5 children, a soldier, a miner, two girls and a boy. At the background rise two chimneystacks. Wheat twigs surround the order and it reads the inscription: "For Mother's Glory". All classes are of one and the same size: 37 x 37 mm.
Classes: 3 classes. The 1st class is awarded to mothers with 8-9 children, the 2nd for 6-7 children and the 3rd one: for 4-5. The order comes with a light-blue ribbon; with a silver line on the edges (this is typical of all classes).
Emissions: There exists 3 main emissions of the order:
1st emission: The orders are suspended on blue-colored bow ribbon. Initially, the orders were numbered on reverse.
2nd emission : Later, however, maybe somewhere around the 1960s, there started to be awarded pieces without serial numbers on the reverse.
3rd emission: Around 1980. the orders were given with small aluminium ribbon with the colors of the national flag. The reverse of the orders is concave unlike the former 2 emissions.