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Lets see your Polish Militaria Display!

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    Hello Gary
    One is 1044 Lt Jerzy Mostowy I Corps, it shouldn't has a jump wreath but somebody add it (jump wreath is sign DUPLIKAT), second is 0782 Cpt Julian Knapik, I Corps too, I heared that he was in 1 SBS but broke his leg and did't go to Arnhem.

    Both badges are Gr Techn, with small serial numbers



    Greetings
    Piotrek

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    Very nice Piotrek !!!!
    Nice to see the early type GR-TECH blank spinner on 0782.

    Of note, the I Corp reference from MAT9 normally points to the soldier having come "early" to England via the invasion of France in 1940 ... Non I Corp listed mostly came through the Palestine route.

    Regards

    Gary J.

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    I'm very happy that You enjoy it

    Greetings
    Piotrek

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    Piotrek,
    It is good to see some original gapa's !!!
    I presume you found these in Poland ?

    Regards

    Gary

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    Yes I bought them in Poland, I could buy another but I didn't have money and it's too late now.

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    A service dress from the PaMot regiments of 1rst Polish Armoured Division :



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    ccj,
    Can I use the picture of your service dress from anti-tank regiment on my blog by mentioning this forum and your pseudo ?

    1° D.B. Polonaise du Général Maczek

    Thank you.
    Ze-Pole

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    Apologys to those who have seen this A-Class on my profile but i thought I would shre it with those who havent.

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    Hi lidders,

    Thank you for your post. Wonderful officer cadet SD tunic. Any chance at close up pictures of some of the tunic’s elements? It would be good to see the shoulder strap rank insignia, inside (is there a tailor’s label?), collar tabs, and also the pocket badge, which appears to be a miniature 3DSK badge.

    Re the eagle insignia, sorry to say but I have some doubts about these. They used to crop up on the market quite regularly several years back and have been dismissed as a fantasy piece. I’d like to hear some other opinions.

    Regards,
    Tony.
    All thoughts and opinions expressed are those of my own and should not be mistaken for medical and/or legal advice.

    "Tomorrow hopes we have learned something from yesterday." - John Wayne

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    oops, almost forgot to thank ccj and ze-pole for posting their equally impressive tunics!
    All thoughts and opinions expressed are those of my own and should not be mistaken for medical and/or legal advice.

    "Tomorrow hopes we have learned something from yesterday." - John Wayne

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    Sure
    Quote by ze-pole View Post
    A service dress from the PaMot regiments of 1rst Polish Armoured Division :




    ccj,
    Can I use the picture of your service dress from anti-tank regiment on my blog by mentioning this forum and your pseudo ?

    1° D.B. Polonaise du Général Maczek

    Thank you.
    Ze-Pole

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