Belgium Diplomatic Passports Gilbert Mullie and wife 1954

Belgium Diplomatic Passports Gilbert Mullie and wife 1954

These are the diplomatic passports of Gilbert Mullie (Senator, Chairman of the Farmers Union, President of the Catholic party) and his wife. Both documents looks like printed yesterday and are in fantastic mint condition. His passport was used for travel and both passports were extended twice.

Gilbert Mullie Joseph Aristide , born on May 26, 1876 at Dottignies and died on 24 August 1962 in Woluwe-Saint-Lambert was a Belgian Catholic politician. Mullie was veterinarian ( Université catholique de Louvain , 1900).

  • 1901-1902: assistant at the Veterinary school of Cureghem
  • 1904: veterinary inspector at the Ministry of Agriculture
  • 1908-1914: active in financial institutions – the adviser Baron Empain in Egypt
  • 1914-1919: voluntary war
  • 1919-1925: Recovery service director in Germany (stolen art works)
  • 1925-1958: Elected senator of the district ofKortrijk -Ypres
    • 1935-1939: Secretary
    • 1939-1958: Vice President
  • 1928-: Member of the General Council of theBoerenbond
    • 1936-1961: president
  • 1934 AG member of the Catholic Union
  • 1946-1952: Municipal Councillor of Woluwe-Saint-Pierre
  • 1958-1962: co-opted senator

He was decorated with the Iron Cross (14-18), the Grand Cross of the Order of the Crown, Military Cross from 1940 to 1945, Grand Cross of the Order of Leopold II, Commander with the plate ‘Order of St. Gregory the Great.

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Belgium Diplomatic Passports Gilbert Mullie and wife 1954

3 comments for “Belgium Diplomatic Passports Gilbert Mullie and wife 1954

  1. Martin Weise
    19 November, 2018 at 14:57

    I am shocked – and warned herewith – to hear about real size fraud attempts in the passport collector’s world. Good to hear you cared and intervened!

    • 19 November, 2018 at 17:35

      Yes Martin, I was surprised as well. Not shocked as I already have seen fraud attempts in the past. Thanks for your feedback. Best regards, Tom

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