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II Corps - 7th Anti-tank Regiment

Article about: My guess, and its only a guess, would be that some of the soldiers asked the maker to either place a number on their badge, after showing a matching award document or that some additional ba

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    My guess, and its only a guess, would be that some of the soldiers asked the maker to either place a number on their badge, after showing a matching award document or that some additional badge were made at a later stage. In have a attached a photo of a badge from the first order.

    It also possible that Panasiuk did this on the badges he produced....

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    That is a great badge. Just wondering, would the following collar pin be for the 7 Pulk Artillery?


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    Photo album....

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    FANTASTIC PHOTOS! Thank you so much for sharing your photos.

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    Agreed. Super album. Great to see some pics from this unit. Thanks for the post
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    1) 7 Pułk artylerii ciężkiej



    Zarzycki Piotr

    7 Pułk artylerii ciężkiej
    Dodatkowe informacje

    ISBN:9788388773150
    liczba stron: 60
    Okładka: miękka
    Wydawnictwo: Ajaks
    Wymiary: 144 x 205 mm
    Rok wydania: 2008
    Opis

    Początki historii póniejszego 7. Pułku artylerii ciężkiej wiążą się z powołaniem do życia w końcu grudnia 1918 roku oddziału pod nazwą I BATALION ARTLERII CIĘŻKIEJ WIELKOPOLSKIEJ. Powstańcami dowodził ppor. Stefan Springer i przejęli oni wówczas konie, zapasy mundurów, uprząż, broń ręczną - za wyjątkiem dział, których w magazynach po prostu nie było.

    2) 7 pułk artylerii lekkiej legionów



    Zarzycki Piotr

    Wydawnictwo: AJAKS
    Seria wydawnicza: Kwiatkowa
    Objetosc: 40 stron
    Oprawa: Miękka
    ISBN: 8388773046
    Rok wydania: 2000
    Seria wydawnicza: Kwiatkowa stron

    I came across this book in an internet search. By any chance would it be about the 7th Anti-Tank Regiment in WW2 or is it a different regiment?

    The book that Tom told me about from the start of the thread;

    OD ŚNIEGÓW SYBIRU DO POMARAŃCZ GAJU seems to be quite hard to track down as well. I found these pictures though;







    Would this book be excursively about the 7th Anti-Tank Regiment?
    Last edited by 3342dxcv4; 08-19-2011 at 01:37 AM.

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