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    Scout, here's the pic - which was uploaded to the Home Army pics thread by Mariusz. I don't know the details but I'm sure Mariusz or Itakdalej can help.

    I can tell you its a Sd.Kfz. 251/1 Ausf. D though, possibly belonging to a SS unit but I'd have to look at the camo closer.


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    That is it. It was named : "Szary Wilk" or Grey Wolf.

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    Quote by dastier View Post
    Scout, here's the pic - which was uploaded to the Home Army pics thread by Mariusz. I don't know the details but I'm sure Mariusz or Itakdalej can help.

    I can tell you its a Sd.Kfz. 251/1 Ausf. D though, possibly belonging to a SS unit but I'd have to look at the camo closer.


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    Yet another prompt reaction, thank you!
    Yes, thats the one I was talking about. Pic always stuck in my mind, partly because I really like SDKFZ vehicles, partly because its an excellent quality side shot and partly because of the flag.
    I never knew it was a Wiking vehicle though. Just makes it even more interesting IMO.

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    Quote by Itakdalej View Post
    That is it. It was named : "Szary Wilk" or Grey Wolf.
    Thanks for confirming & info.

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    After the war Cpt .Cyprian Odorkiewicz "Krybar " later worked in the Polish section of the CIA backed radio station Radio Free Europe based in Munich, as did Tadeusz Chciuk-Celt (Marek Celt) a former cichociemni and political courier along with many other Polish ex-combatants who joined the CIA sponsored voices of freedom broadcasting out of Munich into communist Poland.

    Jan Nowak-Jezioranski director of the Polish Section of RFE (1952-76) published a book about the Polish section :
    Wojna w Eterze [War on the Air Waves], Odnowa, 1985.

    The Polish section of Radio Free Europe existed between the years 1952 - 1994. The directors of the Polish Section of RFE in Munich were: Jan Nowak (1952-1976), Sigmund Michalowski (1976-1982), Najder (1982-1987), Marek Łatyński (1987-1989) and Piotr Mroczyk (1989-1994). In the People's Republic of Poland RFE was the most listened to foreign radio station.
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    I used to listen to them years ago, of course the Polish government at the time was trying to jam the broadcast frequently.... Radio Wolna Europa.

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