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Help with Polish military acronyms from the 1960s

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    Hi all,
    Can anyone please help with full title of these Polish military acronyms from the 1960s?

    - SD
    - PG
    - SOW (Slaski Okreg Wojskowy?)
    - WAR?

    Is there a book of Polish military acronyms available?

    Any help much appreciated
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    Last edited by Kanonier Tokarz; 08-21-2010 at 07:50 PM.

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    I collect, therefore I am.

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    I'm glad I could help.

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    SD may be STANOWISKO DOWODZENIA - Command Post

    Do you have any story related to those acronyms?

    Greetings
    Rafal

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    Quote by rsunday View Post
    SD may be STANOWISKO DOWODZENIA - Command Post

    Do you have any story related to those acronyms?

    Greetings
    Rafal
    Thanks Rafal

    I have another question which maybe someone can help with:

    Were military typists and/or typewriters used for producing confidential documents for the Polish Army in the 1960s individually code numbered?
    In other words, would a typist, for instance, be assigned an idendity number I guess similar to a military personel's number?

    Any thoughts from Cold War enthusiasts much appreciated
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    Hello

    I don't think that civilian typewriters had assinged code numbers for confidential documents.

    Currently every author (military and civilian) of confitential document puts his names on this document.

    As I know Polish soldiers didn't have personel numbers during communist period.
    Currently they do not have, too.

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