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Polish tunics - in practice

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    Hello!

    The 2nd one is plutonowy of 2nd Warsaw Panzer Division HQ. I remember this photo from allegro, i'm crying that it's now in Canada not Poland....

    Regards

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    Thanks Tony.....

    jacket/blouse/coat + 1940 France PAF Badge = I learned a lot today

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    Quote by MichalMag View Post
    Hello!

    The 2nd one is plutonowy of 2nd Warsaw Panzer Division HQ. I remember this photo from allegro, i'm crying that it's now in Canada not Poland....

    Regards
    O please dont cry i will take good care of all pictures i have. Right now it is in my new folder in acid free heavyweight sheet protector, and later on hope i will be able to make small display for the solder, when i get all insignia, bares, .., and i think the best of all im sharing the pictures with you all, so you can enjoy. I know i do enjoy when any one posts new staff. Thank you for replaying so i know what is the second picture. Anyone knows what is the first picture?
    Mariusz

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    A couple of examples of SD and BD labels stating the garment nomenclature. None of my SD's have have such a tag so the attached pics are taken from Uniforms of the WWII Tommy (Gordon).

    Cheers,
    T.
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    i have more questions i got same more pictures of one family 3 brothers, and brother in-law. What i know 2 of them Franek and Ignac served i Holland and Germany, the date on picture is 29. III (is it 1945?). on last picture they moving from Holland to Germany
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    the 3th brother served in Italy he was in Monte Casino i was told that he also served in armour div. If it is so, can you tell me from looking at the picture what reg. did he served? He received KW. On the back of the picture say the picture is 24/VII 1944 Italy, Fermo
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    finely brother in-law, also received KW, Can you tell me what Div. Or Reg. is he in on that picture just from looking on his uniform?
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    Here's a very nice BD for a Sapper Lt in 5KDP
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    Quote by Mariusz View Post
    the 3th brother served in Italy he was in Monte Casino i was told that he also served in armour div. If it is so, can you tell me from looking at the picture what reg. did he served? . . .
    Mariusz, Looks to be the 15th Poznan Lancers.

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    Nice badge Tony

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