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Captain Józef Zajac of Polish 3rd Infantry Regiment, probably Wolczecko region of Volhynia, Jan-Feb 1916Polish Schwarzlose MG M.07/12 machine gun crew at the Battle of Radzymin, Poland, Aug 1920Crown Prince Yi Un at the 1st Horse Artillery Squadron barracks in Warsaw, Poland, 29 Nov 1927, photo 1 of 2Crown Prince Yi Un at the 1st Horse Artillery Squadron barracks in Warsaw, Poland, 29 Nov 1927, photo 2 of 2
Captain Józef Zajac of Polish 3rd Infantry Regiment, probably Wolczecko region of Volhynia, Jan-Feb 1916Polish Schwarzlose MG M.07/12 machine gun crew at the Battle of Radzymin, Poland, Aug 1920Crown Prince Yi Un at the 1st Horse Artillery Squadron barracks in Warsaw, Poland, 29 Nov 1927, photo 1 of 2Crown Prince Yi Un at the 1st Horse Artillery Squadron barracks in Warsaw, Poland, 29 Nov 1927, photo 2 of 2
Crown Prince Yi Un inspecting Polish 1st Horse Artillery Squadron, Warsaw, Poland, 29 Nov 1927, photo 1 of 3Crown Prince Yi Un inspecting Polish 1st Horse Artillery Squadron, Warsaw, Poland, 29 Nov 1927, photo 2 of 3Crown Prince Yi Un inspecting Polish 1st Horse Artillery Squadron, Warsaw, Poland, 29 Nov 1927, photo 3 of 3Douglas MacArthur with J√≥zef Piłsudski and other Polish officers, Warsaw, Poland, 1932
Crown Prince Yi Un inspecting Polish 1st Horse Artillery Squadron, Warsaw, Poland, 29 Nov 1927, photo 1 of 3Crown Prince Yi Un inspecting Polish 1st Horse Artillery Squadron, Warsaw, Poland, 29 Nov 1927, photo 2 of 3Crown Prince Yi Un inspecting Polish 1st Horse Artillery Squadron, Warsaw, Poland, 29 Nov 1927, photo 3 of 3Douglas MacArthur with J√≥zef Piłsudski and other Polish officers, Warsaw, Poland, 1932
General Józef Zajac with pilots Lieutenant Bronislaw Kosinski, Corporal Karol Pniak, and Corporal Stanislaw Macek, Katowice, Poland, May 1933, photo 1 of 2General Józef Zajac with pilots Lieutenant Bronislaw Kosinski, Corporal Karol Pniak, and Corporal Stanislaw Macek, Katowice, Poland, May 1933, photo 2 of 2Königsberg at Gdynia, Poland, circa 1935; photo 1 of 5Königsberg at Gdynia, Poland, circa 1935; photo 2 of 5
General Józef Zajac with pilots Lieutenant Bronislaw Kosinski, Corporal Karol Pniak, and Corporal Stanislaw Macek, Katowice, Poland, May 1933, photo 1 of 2General Józef Zajac with pilots Lieutenant Bronislaw Kosinski, Corporal Karol Pniak, and Corporal Stanislaw Macek, Katowice, Poland, May 1933, photo 2 of 2Königsberg at Gdynia, Poland, circa 1935; photo 1 of 5Königsberg at Gdynia, Poland, circa 1935; photo 2 of 5
Königsberg at Gdynia, Poland, circa 1935; photo 3 of 5Königsberg at Gdynia, Poland, circa 1935; photo 4 of 5Königsberg at Gdynia, Poland, circa 1935; photo 5 of 5Polish troops in winter gear with Browning wz. 28 automatic rifle and Karabinek wz.29 carbines while on exercise, Feb 1935
Königsberg at Gdynia, Poland, circa 1935; photo 3 of 5Königsberg at Gdynia, Poland, circa 1935; photo 4 of 5Königsberg at Gdynia, Poland, circa 1935; photo 5 of 5Polish troops in winter gear with Browning wz. 28 automatic rifle and Karabinek wz.29 carbines while on exercise, Feb 1935
Brigadier General Józef Zajac, Major General Leon Berbecki, and Colonel Jan Jagmin-Sadowski, Silesia region of Poland, 1936Rydz-Smigly receiving the title of Marshal of Poland from Ignacy Moscicki, Warsaw, Poland, 10 Nov 19364TP prototype tank, 1930sCarden Loyd tankette of Polish 9th Armored Battalion, 1938
Brigadier General Józef Zajac, Major General Leon Berbecki, and Colonel Jan Jagmin-Sadowski, Silesia region of Poland, 1936Rydz-Smigly receiving the title of Marshal of Poland from Ignacy Moscicki, Warsaw, Poland, 10 Nov 19364TP prototype tank, 1930sCarden Loyd tankette of Polish 9th Armored Battalion, 1938

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