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Hi,

Do any polish rolls exist for WW2 and later awards,

Would it be possible to check if a guy serving in the French army 39-45 as an NCO could have qualified for any of these? He was not in the polish resistence, just a regular grunt.

Grand Officier du Mérite Polonais des Résistants en France n° 81 du 11/11/65
Chevalier de L’ordre National Polonais de la Virtuti Militari par décret du Ministre du 27/12/44 n°
L.d.z.16979/TyN Mob

Médaille de la Victoire Polonaise par brevet n° 9822 du 28/02/64
Médaille Commémorative de la Résistance Polonaise en France par brevet 8030 du 11/11/62
Croix de la Vaillance Polonaise par décret Ministériel L.8 du 20/02/45
Mérite Polonais avec Glaive d’Or par décret Ministériel du 27/02/44
Médaille Militaire Polonaise

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