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The adress is in german , the receiver appears to be a guy named kasimierz serving in the 356 infantry regiment I st batallion 1st Coy , perhaps the same unit of the guy who envoyed the postcard . The Army of the Kingdom of Poland created in 1917 used german uniforms and insignias for infantry . with polish details . but not was really a proper Army . 

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On 23/10/2016 at 16:56, Gilles said:

Could be Freikorps, compare with the badge of the  "Freie Nachrichten-Truppen" shown in Ingo Haarcke's reference book  #621.1 page 106

Possibly but looks to be the wrong shape



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I just saw a clearer picture of this arm-badge posted on WAF and it turns out to be some hitherto unknown MGSS badge substituting an MG08/15 light machinegun for the standard MG08.



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