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WWI; Polish Generał Józef Haller, in 1916 he fought with the 2nd Brigade of the Polish Legion against Russia. In 1918 he created what was known as the Blue Army (from the color of its French Uniforms, aka Haller's Army).

Polish Generał Józef Haller, in 1916 he fought with the Brigade of the Polish Legion against Russia. In 1918 he created what was known as the Blue Army (from the color of its French Uniforms, aka Haller's Army).

1st Polish Armoured Division

Polish Armoured Division By Todd Schneider Exiles After the fall of Poland all the remaining Polish soldiers sailors and

1941- Flying Officer Zdzislaw Radomski of the 306th Polish Fighter Squadron after being decorated by General Sikorski with the highest Polish military honour, the Virtuti Militari, as well as with the Cross of Valour. During Operation 'Circus 85' on 27 August 1941 pilots of the 306th Squadron were attacked by four Bf 109 Messerschmitts over Dunkirk. F/O Radomski was the only Polish pilot wounded; although his arm was shattered he landed his Spitfire safely at his home base, RAF Northolt.

WWII Polish Pilot Hero Zdzislaw Radomski of RAF 306 Squadron Orig Press Photo

Flying Officer Zdzislaw Radomski of the Polish Fighter Squadron after being decorated

my new painting commemorating the Battle of Grunwald, where the combined forces of Polish and Lithuanian knights, crushed the power of the Teutonic Order. It was also the largest battle of the Middle Ages. If you can recognize this knight on the

Shermans from 1st Armoured Division in Normandy. In the foreground a tank version "Firefly".

Shermans from Armoured Division in Normandy. In the foreground a tank version "Firefly".

2015 (I-III) - stowarzyszenieuk.pl

2015 (I-III) - stowarzyszenieuk.

THE POLISH ARMY IN BRITAIN, 1940-1947 - Gunners of the 1st Anti-Tank Regiment, 1st Polish Armoured Division manning a 17 pounder anti-tank gun during President Władysław Raczkiewicz's visit to the unit. Woodcock, 31 August 1943.

THE POLISH ARMY IN BRITAIN, - Gunners of the Anti-Tank Regiment, Polish Armoured Division manning a 17 pounder anti-tank gun during President Władysław Raczkiewicz's visit to the unit.

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