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Polish Hat Eagles

Article about: In my opinion this particular cap eagle was made by G.J. Garratt Toronto. Very unique, hard to find.

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    One more for today!

    I think – a very interesting variant of 40mm Eagle – casted one and „without a small shield of Pilsudski’s Legionaries”.
    We have featured some similar (but not identical ones) – previously on the forum.

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    Simillar one!


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    One more for today!

    I think – a very interesting variant of 40mm Eagle – casted one and „without a small shield of Pilsudski’s Legionaries”.
    We have featured some similar (but not identical ones) – previously on the forum.
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    Hello!

    Here is a picture of my cadet eagle on overseas cap. Hope you will enjoy

    Best Regards
    MichalClick image for larger version. 

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    Michal – thanks for posting this Cadets’ Eagle.
    It is very interesting variant and rare too!

    I need to upgrade my knowledge re Polish Cadets – teenagers and orphans attached to the Army following forced evacuation form CCCP - in Middle East and Italy during ww2 and get some a) statistic as to the nr and b) details as to the locations where they had been stationed.

    If I remember correctly, Cadets had been educated in a few boy’s schools – mostly in Palestine. Some of them took part in Monte-Casino Battle. There had been a few girl’s schools too – but from pictures, looks like only boys had such Eagle.
    Again, if my memory serves me well – the schools delivered c3000 graduates.
    There are a few good books re Cadets’ – so, when I have some time – I will dig up some more info to go with the Eagle.


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    Hello!

    Here is a picture of my cadet eagle on overseas cap. Hope you will enjoy

    Best Regards
    MichalClick image for larger version. 

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    Fellows,
    An interesting Eagle – I think.
    Cast of the classic Palestinian 1941+ variant

    Let’s try to continue with our collective work (that has been very efficient so far) aimed at “categorising / indentifying” some new variants on the basis of fining 2 identical specimens.

    Perhaps we going to be lucky again?
    Has any of You got a similar one and / or pictures?
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    Fellows
    Pictures of the Eagle from the Regimental Banner of 12 Lancers.
    Taken at the Sikorski's Institute.
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    Hope you like it!!!
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    Few more,

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    Carpathian Lancers

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    Only boys from Cadets schools had this type of eagle. There was much more schoold, for example Junackie Liceum Mechaniczne, or as you told before girls schools. Here is a photo of polish boy from Liceum Mechaniczne, unfortunately not my, found in internet.

    Quote by wadowicznic View Post
    Michal – thanks for posting this Cadets’ Eagle.
    It is very interesting variant and rare too!

    I need to upgrade my knowledge re Polish Cadets – teenagers and orphans attached to the Army following forced evacuation form CCCP - in Middle East and Italy during ww2 and get some a) statistic as to the nr and b) details as to the locations where they had been stationed.

    If I remember correctly, Cadets had been educated in a few boy’s schools – mostly in Palestine. Some of them took part in Monte-Casino Battle. There had been a few girl’s schools too – but from pictures, looks like only boys had such Eagle.
    Again, if my memory serves me well – the schools delivered c3000 graduates.
    There are a few good books re Cadets’ – so, when I have some time – I will dig up some more info to go with the Eagle.

  10. #1030

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    Fellows
    Pictures are courtesy of the Friend from Poland.
    Field made / casted version of PAF Eagle.

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