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Polish tunics - in practice

Article about: by 3 DSK I wonder how many of us would bid on a beret like this one, without having actually seen the bit strange use of an entire "patka" attached in full to the beret on a from p

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    2nd Corp, 2nd AD BD
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    Now that looks like an Australian BD ! ...
    (Hopefully I'm right this time round )

    Gary J.

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    Well... you are correct.

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    Hello!

    Can you show more details of this beatiful bd?

    Regards

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    Hey guys,
    Great photos, I heard the a few pre-war tunics were used as ``Walking out`` tunics by Exile soldiers who managed to keep theirs.Does anyone have a photo of one?Ive seen a few pre-war field rogatywkas in use but never a tunic.Ill post some photos later on.
    Thanks
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    Emil

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    Carpathian Lancers Regiment—divisional reconnaissance unit of 2nd Warsaw Armoured Division.
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    Hi here are my newest pictures. Do you think they are para? On one picture one person has para wings. What do you think the picture are?
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    Durlik Wojciech 16 Aug 1946 Grimsby
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    The photo looks to have been taken in either Scotland or Germany.
    .. I suspect Scotland ...

    .. And from the mix of beret colours, .. more than likely a training school/course of some type where soldiers from all units were attending.

    Gary J.



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    Mariusz

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