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Soldiers of the 1st Polish Armoured Division sharing their rations with Dutch children somewhere on the Tilburg front, Holland, 30 October 1944.

HU Soldiers of the Polish Armoured Division sharing their rations with Dutch children somewhere on the Tilburg front Holland 30 October 1944

THE POLISH ARMY IN THE NORTH-WEST EUROPE CAMPAIGN, 1944-1945 - Staff Sergeant of the Royal Army Service Corps inspecting a Matchless motorcycle in use by despatch riders of the 1st Polish Armoured Division. Standing by are some of the riders and the Polish Workshop Officer. North Brabant, Holland, 11 January 1945.

HU Staff Sergeant of the Royal Army Service Corps inspecting a Matchless motorcycle in use by despatch riders of the Polish Armoured Division

1st Armoured Division infantry assault exercises.

Bundesarchive Photos 1933 - all fields of WWII - Page 504

Sherman tank of 'B' Squadron, 1st Armoured Regiment, 1st Polish Armoured Division, disembarking from a LST at Arromanches, Normandy, July 1944. - Imgur

Sherman tank of 'B' Squadron, 1st Armoured Regiment, 1st Polish Armoured Division, disembarking from a LST at Arromanches, Normandy, July 1944. - Imgur

Żołnierze 1. Dywizji Pancernej przy czołgach typu Cromwell VII. Z prawej dowódca gen. Maczek.

Żołnierze 1. Dywizji Pancernej przy czołgach typu Cromwell VII. Z prawej dowódca gen. Maczek.

Jagdpanther

“A German Jagdpanther captured by soldiers of the Polish Armoured Division in Raamsdonk, Holland,

Gen. D. Einsenhower during a visit to the 1st Armored Division (the Netherlands, 1944.).

Einsenhower during a visit to the Polish Armored Division (the Netherlands, 1944 ).

Dutch girls write slogans and messages for friends and relatives in other towns on a tank after the liberation of Breda by the Polish 1st Armoured Division. Civilians in occupied countries would write messages on the tanks of their liberators, hoping their friends or relatives would see the messages. On the tank you can see names, addresses and “Alles goed” (“All is good” in Dutch). Breda, North Brabant, the Netherlands. November 1944.

“ Dutch girls write slogans and messages for friends and relatives in other towns, on tanks after the liberation of Breda by the Polish Armoured Division.

Soldiers of the 1st Armored Division under the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. On the left Captain Michał Gutowski.

Soldiers of the Armored Division under the Arc de Triomphe in Paris. On the left Captain Michał Gutowski.

1ra División Blindada Polaca - ejercicios antes de la invasión, 1944.

1ra División Blindada Polaca - ejercicios antes de la invasión, 1944.

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