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RAC MK I tank driver's helmet: Authentic tank helmet unearthed in the Trun area. This helmet has a special feature ... the traditional inner helmet has been replaced by an American compressed-fiber helmet "Tanker Helmet M-1938" manufactured by Rawlings. A rare piece in an excellent state of preservation! | pin by scann R

RAC MK I tank driver's helmet: Authentic tank helmet unearthed in the Trun area. This helmet has a special feature ... the traditional inner helmet has been replaced by an American compressed-fiber helmet "Tanker Helmet M-1938" manufactured by Rawlings. A rare piece in an excellent state of preservation! | pin by scann R

Infantrymen and dragoons from the 1st Armored Division during the Battle of Moerdijk.

Infantrymen and dragoons from the Armored Division during the Battle of Moerdijk.

10 Pułk Strzelców Konnych podczas bitwy pod Falaise / Źródło: Narodowe Archiwum Cyfrowe, sygn. 37-524-1

10 Pułk Strzelców Konnych podczas bitwy pod Falaise / Źródło: Narodowe Archiwum Cyfrowe, sygn. 37-524-1

Polish soldiers of the 1st Polish Armoured Division in Holland sharing their rations with Dutch children somewhere on the Tilburg Front 1944.

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

De 1ste Poolse pantserbrigade op de Markt in Oosterhout, datum mogelijk. De tanks zijn Shermans.

De 1ste Poolse pantserbrigade op de Markt in Oosterhout, datum mogelijk. De tanks zijn Shermans.

Gen. Stanisław Maczek (L), rtm. T. Wysocki podczas ćwiczeń 1 Dywizji Pancernej przed inwazją na kontynent. Scarborough, 07.1944. Fot. NAC

General Stanisław Maczek and Captain T. Wysocki in a Cromwell VII tank (T of the Polish Armoured Division training in Scarborough, UK, before leaving for Normandy July The division.

This picture shows a two man Dragoon Bren team. The #2 gunner is wearing the standard issue enlisted P37 overcoat. This coat was double breasted and carried the same regimental markings as the battle dress tunic with the exception of the black shoulder knot. The rear of the coat was sewn with an expandable vent in the back to allow for more movement. (see remark for more information)

A volunteer living history group dedicated to accurately portraying the brave men of the Dragoon Regiment, Polish Armoured Division

Ford T16 Universal Carrier | Here is a frontal view. The standard distinctive 1st Armoured Div winged hussar insignia is adjacent to the unit number 54. The spare water and fuel cans were referred to at the time as "flimsies" due to their habit of bursting under combat conditions.  Also attached is a spare road wheel, spare track section and camo netting for concealment when parked.

A volunteer living history group dedicated to accurately portraying the brave men of the Dragoon Regiment, Polish Armoured Division

Two Polish tankers consult their maps. (Sikorski Institute), pin by Paolo Marzioli

Two Polish tankers consult their maps. (Sikorski Institute), pin by Paolo Marzioli