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Bruno Bernhard Glodny (Cpt. AUS, Ret.)

Registered: The International Register of Arms, 7th Feb. 2017. Registration No. 0421 (Vol.3).

Arms: Argent, a fess wavy Azure between in chief a sprig of oak Vert fructed proper and in base a defoliated and eradicated oak tree proper.

Crest:  Two arrows in saltire Argent points upwards flighted and banded Sanguine with a 1902 U.S. Army Officer’s sword in its scabbard proper suspended in fess from two strings descending from behind a ribbon bow Sanguine.

Motto:  Ave Atque Vale.

Assumed: United States of America 2016.

Private Registration: American College of Heraldry No. 3867, 10th June 2016.

The Arms of Bruno B. Glodny

The sprig of oak showing three leaves Vert with one acorn was chosen to depict self-reliance, independence and a fresh start in America. The fess wavy represents two ocean voyages: Fleeing from Gotenhafen to Kiel, in January 1945 via the Baltic Sea and emigrating from Bremerhaven to New York City, via the Atlantic Ocean in March 1952, finally settling in New York State. The uprooted oak tree represents the last of the armiger’s family in Europe.

The crest of two arrows in saltire represent the US Army Special Forces branch and the officer’s sword sheathed in its scabbard indicates that the armiger is a retired U.S. Army officer.

The Motto Ave Atque Vale is a quote from Gaius Valerius Catullus, Roman Poet, 54 B.C. and is intended to signify the sentiment “I salute you America, goodbye Europe”.

The armiger, born 1938 in Marienburg, West Prussia, is the eldest son of Brunislaus Glodny and his wife Anna Glodny, née Anna Tröder.

 

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