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Polish Army Carden Loyd tankette, 1930sPolish Army Carden Loyd tankette, 1930sPolish cavalryman with karabin przeciwpancerny wzór 35 anti-tank rifle, 1938PZInz 130 light amphibious tank, late 1930s
Polish Army Carden Loyd tankette, 1930sPolish Army Carden Loyd tankette, 1930sPolish cavalryman with karabin przeciwpancerny wzór 35 anti-tank rifle, 1938PZInz 130 light amphibious tank, late 1930s
Polish troops on a Sokół 1000 motorcycle with a Ckm wz. 30 machine gun, 3 May 1938Polish infantryman with a Browning wz. 28 automatic rifle during the Polish Army summer maneauvers of 1938General Józef Zajac, President Stefan Starzynski, and others with an anti-aircraft artillery banner, Poland, Nov 1938Brigadier General Narbut-Luczynski speaking with children during a Polish Army public event, 1939; note Karabin wz. 98 rifle and Browning wz. 28 automatic rifle
Polish troops on a Sokół 1000 motorcycle with a Ckm wz. 30 machine gun, 3 May 1938Polish infantryman with a Browning wz. 28 automatic rifle during the Polish Army summer maneauvers of 1938General Józef Zajac, President Stefan Starzynski, and others with an anti-aircraft artillery banner, Poland, Nov 1938Brigadier General Narbut-Luczynski speaking with children during a Polish Army public event, 1939; note Karabin wz. 98 rifle and Browning wz. 28 automatic rifle
Marian Machocki in the turret of a Vickers Mk. E 6-ton Type B light tank, Poland, circa winter 1938-1939Polish soldier with a Browning wz. 28 automatic rifle on the sidecar of a Sokól 1000 motorcycle, 1930sEdward Rydz-Smigly, Janusz Gluchowski, and Mieczysław Ryś-Trojanowski inspecting Polish troops, 19 Apr 1939; note Browning wz. 1928 automatic rifle in foregroundReichenau and Hitler in Poland, circa Sep-Oct 1939
Marian Machocki in the turret of a Vickers Mk. E 6-ton Type B light tank, Poland, circa winter 1938-1939Polish soldier with a Browning wz. 28 automatic rifle on the sidecar of a Sokól 1000 motorcycle, 1930sEdward Rydz-Smigly, Janusz Gluchowski, and Mieczysław Ryś-Trojanowski inspecting Polish troops, 19 Apr 1939; note Browning wz. 1928 automatic rifle in foregroundReichenau and Hitler in Poland, circa Sep-Oct 1939
German troops at the Egiertowo crossroads on the road to Danzig during the initial invasion of Poland, 1 Sep 1939. Note the heavy German reliance on horse-drawn transports.German soldiers carrying MG34 machine guns, Poland, Sep 1939A girl holding her dog, 8 Żelazna Street, Warsaw, Poland, 5 Sep 1939City of Wielun, Poland damaged after German aerial bombing, Sep 1939
German troops at the Egiertowo crossroads on the road to Danzig during the initial invasion of Poland, 1 Sep 1939. Note the heavy German reliance on horse-drawn transports.German soldiers carrying MG34 machine guns, Poland, Sep 1939A girl holding her dog, 8 Żelazna Street, Warsaw, Poland, 5 Sep 1939City of Wielun, Poland damaged after German aerial bombing, Sep 1939
Maximilian von Weichs inspecting troops during a victory parade, Łódź, Poland, 9 Sep 1939Policeman Frank Kotlewski speaking with Julien Bryan through an interpreter, Warsaw, Poland, 9 Sep 1939Polish family huddling before the Grand Theatre, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939Boy with caged canary in ruins, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939, photo 1 of 2
Maximilian von Weichs inspecting troops during a victory parade, Łódź, Poland, 9 Sep 1939Policeman Frank Kotlewski speaking with Julien Bryan through an interpreter, Warsaw, Poland, 9 Sep 1939Polish family huddling before the Grand Theatre, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939Boy with caged canary in ruins, Warsaw, Poland, Sep 1939, photo 1 of 2

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