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The Totenkopf division was one of the "Germanic" divisions of the Waffen-SS. These included 1st SS Panzer Division Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler, 2nd SS Panzer Division Das Reich, and 5th SS Panzer Division Wiking.

The Totenkopf division was one of the "Germanic" divisions of the Waffen-SS. These included 1st SS Panzer Division Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler, 2nd SS Panzer Division Das Reich, and 5th SS Panzer Division Wiking.

Polish Cromwell tank

Polish Cromwell tank

Invasion of Poland: General Tadeusz Kutrzeba, the Deputy CO of the Army 'Warsaw' (Armia 'Warszawa'), arriving to negotiate the surrender of Polish capital with General Johannes Blaskowitz, the Commander of the German 8th Army.

Invasion of Poland: General Tadeusz Kutrzeba, the Deputy CO of the Army 'Warsaw' (Armia 'Warszawa'), arriving to negotiate the surrender of Polish capital with General Johannes Blaskowitz, the Commander of the German 8th Army.

Although the Polish Army would have outnumbered the attacking German army — the Wehramcht — once it had all been mustered, the Germans were met by 17 ill-equipped infantry division. The Poles had just one armored brigade — 660 tanks in all, versus Germany's 2,100. It was during the Invasion of Poland that the last cavalry charge in the history of warfare was made by the Polish horseman against German tanks.

Although the Polish Army would have outnumbered the attacking German army — the Wehramcht — once it had all been mustered, the Germans were met by 17 ill-equipped infantry division. The Poles had just one armored brigade — 660 tanks in all, versus Germany's 2,100. It was during the Invasion of Poland that the last cavalry charge in the history of warfare was made by the Polish horseman against German tanks.

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POLISH-SHERMANS ON TRAINING

POLISH-SHERMANS ON TRAINING

Surrender of Warsaw September 27, 1939 Polish garrison leaves the devastated city September 30, 1939

Surrender of Warsaw September 27, 1939 Polish garrison leaves the devastated city September 30, 1939

Polish infantry 1939, pin by Paolo Marzioli

Polish infantry 1939, pin by Paolo Marzioli

943 #3 1st Polish Armoured Division Scotland 1943 #3. April 1943. Guns and towing tractors of the 1st Medium Artillery Regiment.

943 #3 1st Polish Armoured Division Scotland 1943 #3. April 1943. Guns and towing tractors of the 1st Medium Artillery Regiment.

Polish Sherman on the beach.

Polish Sherman on the beach.

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