I would be really appreciative if someone more familiar with interpreting Polish handwriting could translate a short caption found on the back of a photograph.
I think the serviceman is wearing a US style uniform jacket so maybe Polish Guards?
Photo is dated 16 XII (December) 1945 and I am pretty sure the first word is "Monachium" or Munich in English which made me think of Polish Labor Guards in US service?
Any help will be most welcome, as always
Same serviceman as POW. I am assuming that the diamond shaped patch on his breast pocket is the Polish <P> patch but for some reason the purple colour of the letter "P" and the patch purple border has not been picked up on the film negative? Or did Polish POWs sometimes wear another kind of identification patch... does anyone know? I have several other photos of Poles with diamond shaped patch but know letter "P" showing up?