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Polish Airborne items from the Hartenstien Airborne Museum

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    Default Polish Airborne items from the Hartenstien Airborne Museum

    Hi Guys, I was just going through my photos (looking for something else as you do) and saw these, so I thought that I would post them up for your enjoyment.

    These pics were taken in 2004 during the 60th Anniversary celebrations. I don't know if all these items are still on display now since the Museum's hated revamp?

    The helmet we have spoken about elsewhere on the forum. The feeling is this one may really dated from the Brigades time in Germany during the Occupation 1945/46.

    Cheers, Ade.
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    Know the displays well

    I wonder now the "new Hartenstein" has opened, if these displays are even on show !

    Gary J.

    (Note the "custom" workshop parachutes on the greatcoat collars !!)

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    Wow !!

    I can imagine the thought running through the mind of everyone of us who views those images...

    "Man...I'd like to have those in my collection !!"

    Thanks for showing those !!

    Vic

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    all gone

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