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Polish soldiers fight in the streets of Berlin, April 1945.

Polish soldiers fight in the streets of Berlin, April 1945.

PT-76B | Juan Andres Ravizzoli

PT-76B | Juan Andres Ravizzoli

Polish RAF Squadron Leader Eugeniusz "Dziubek" Horbaczewski transferring his confirmed "kill" icons to his newly-delivered P-51 Mustang at Brenzett (August 3, 1944). He was shot down and killed two weeks later on August 18, 1944. Note that the German crosses signify enemy airplanes, while the swastikas signify V1 rocket bombs.

Polish RAF Squadron Leader Eugeniusz "Dziubek" Horbaczewski transferring his confirmed "kill" icons to his newly-delivered P-51 Mustang at Brenzett (August 3, 1944). He was shot down and killed two weeks later on August 18, 1944. Note that the German crosses signify enemy airplanes, while the swastikas signify V1 rocket bombs.

German tank commander at the trophy Polish tank 7TP.

German tank commander at the trophy Polish tank 7TP.

Polish troops march through an English town during the summer of 1940. British battledress is worn with the addition of Polish insignia on the side cap and on the collar.

Polish troops march through an English town during the summer of 1940. British battledress is worn with the addition of Polish insignia on the side cap and on the collar.

14 February 1941 worldwartwo.filminspector.com Winston Churchill Charles de Gaulle

14 February 1941 worldwartwo.filminspector.com Winston Churchill Charles de Gaulle

A torpedo leaving its tube during a firing practice on board the Polish destroyer ORP Piorun, formerly HMS Nerissa. 1940.

A torpedo leaving its tube during a firing practice on board the Polish destroyer ORP Piorun, formerly HMS Nerissa. 1940.

Polish soldiers. Grodno 1945

Polish soldiers. Grodno 1945

Dawny Gdańsk :: Zobacz temat - Port gdański i okolice

Dawny Gdańsk :: Zobacz temat - Port gdański i okolice

Polish soldiers of the Soviet raised Polish I Corps (LWP) prepare to march. (Sikorski Institute), pin by Paolo Marzioli

Polish soldiers of the Soviet raised Polish I Corps (LWP) prepare to march. (Sikorski Institute), pin by Paolo Marzioli

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