Bronze Wolf Award

The Bronze Wolf is the only award presented by the World Scout Committee. It is given solely in recognition of outstanding service by an individual to the World Scout Movement.

Approval for institution of the award was made by the International Committee meeting in Stockholm on 2 August 1935.

The Committee unanimously awarded the first Bronze Wolf to the Chief Scout of the World, Lord Baden-Powell.

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