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Hello,

I post my first topic.

I just hope that you will understand my English, that I didn't have to publish a special mesasge before posting this topic, to agree the forum...

I coect all that is abutt he 1rst Polish Arpored Division.

I propose you some of my uniforms :

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Here is the best battledress, worn by Mister Suchanecki, from the 10th Mounted Rifles Regiment, 10th PSK, the reconnaissance regiment of the Division. You can see the patch  collars, the regimental breast badge, the black lanyad the titles POLAND ad the arm divisional babge. The black left shoulder is black, that's the case for a large part of the BD of the Division, specially from the 10th Armored Brigade.

 

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Here is the best battledress of Mister Wytrychowski, medical in the 10th Polish Dragoons. The arm badge is the armory of Lanarkshire, where the regiment was during the WW2. The cllar is opened. Many details are made by taylors for the Polish troop.

 

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And to finih, here is a battledress used by a member of the 24th lancers, tanks regiment. The breast badge is from Misetr Barylak, but was added for the picture. The other badge is the Polish armred troops beast badge qualification.

 

I hope that my first topic will please you.

Best regards.

Ze-Pole
 

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Hello,

Happy that this post please you.

Another named battledress. Mister Zielinski's BD, from the sanitary companies of the 1rst Polish Armored Division. He was member of the Polish undergroud in North of France during the War, and joined the Division when these soldiers liberated this part of the country, where lived a lot of Polish people. You can see the black left shoulder, the patch collars (amaranth with blue line), the rank on the shoulders, the titles POLAND printed, the divisionnal arm badge, and the medals rubans, the iron buttons with polish eagle. The collar is opened.

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If members of this forum have Polish items to post ?

There may be another post here, but I go on discovering the forum.

Best regards.

ZP

Helo again,

I just realized I didn't mention the name of its famous General : Stanislaw Maczek.

Sorry.

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Best regards.

ZP

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