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  • THE POLISH ARMY IN BRITAIN, 1940-1947

    THE POLISH ARMY IN BRITAIN, 1940-1947

    part of "IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUM PHOTOGRAPH ARCHIVE COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Photographer unknown

    HU 16548

    Wojtek (Voytek) the Syrian bear adopted by the 22 Artillery Support Company (Army Service Corps, 2nd Polish Corps) relaxing at Winfield Aerodrome on Sunwick Farm, near Hutton in Berwickshire, the unit's temporary home after the war.

  • THE POLISH ARMY IN BRITAIN, 1940-1947

    THE POLISH ARMY IN BRITAIN, 1940-1947

    part of "MAKOWSKI ZYGMUNT COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Makowski, Zygmunt

    HU 111062

    Officers and soldiers of the Carpathian Lancers Regiment (2nd 'Warsaw' Armoured Division, 2nd Polish Corps) holding a regimental standard waiting for a military parade to begin. Photograph possibly taken at the Sudbrook Camp, near Bristol,...

  • THE POLISH ARMY IN BRITAIN, 1940-1947

    THE POLISH ARMY IN BRITAIN, 1940-1947

    part of "WAR OFFICE SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: War Office official photographer (Undefined) 1941-02-04

    H 7033

    Troops of the 1st Polish Corps manning an armoured train on a line at North Berwick in Scotland, 4 February 1941. The train was armed with a 6 pounder gun, two Boys anti-tank rifles and six Bren machine guns.

  • THE POLISH ARMY IN BRITAIN, 1940-1947

    THE POLISH ARMY IN BRITAIN, 1940-1947

    part of "WAR OFFICE SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: War Office official photographer (Undefined) 1941-02-04

    H 7034

    Troops of the 1st Polish Corps manning an armoured train on a line at North Berwick in Scotland, 4 February 1941. The train was armed with a 6 pounder gun, two Boys anti-tank rifles and six Bren machine guns.

  • THE POLISH ARMY IN BRITAIN, 1940-1947

    THE POLISH ARMY IN BRITAIN, 1940-1947

    part of "PRYTYŚ WŁADYSŁAW JACEK COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Polish official photographer

    HU 109795

    A shell exploding not far away from a row boats used by troops of 1st Polish Independent Commando Company (the 6th Troop of the 10th Inter-Allied Commando) during training exercises in Scotland.

  • THE POLISH ARMY IN BRITAIN, 1940-1947

    THE POLISH ARMY IN BRITAIN, 1940-1947

    part of "ZIMNAL MARIAN (LIEUTENANT COLONEL) COLLECTION 02" (photographs) Made by: Polish official photographer 1943

    MH 1105

    Universal Carriers of the 1st Polish Corps passing the saluting base during General Władysław Sikorski's visit to Polish units in Scotland.

  • THE ALLIED ARMIES IN BRITAIN, 1940-1947

    THE ALLIED ARMIES IN BRITAIN, 1940-1947

    part of "WAR OFFICE SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: War Office official photographer (Undefined) 1941-10-02

    H 14368

    Senior Allied Armies officers discussing operations during 'Exercise Bumper'. From left to right: two unidentified Polish Army Colonels; General Stanisław Maczek, the future Commander of the 1st Polish Armoured Division; General Alan Brooke,...

  • THE NAVAL MINE RECOVERY AND DISPOSAL SQUADS IN SCOTLAND, 1939-1945

    THE NAVAL MINE RECOVERY AND DISPOSAL SQUADS IN SCOTLAND, 1939-1945

    part of "ADMIRALTY OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Royal Navy official photographer 1941-11-25

    A 6427

    Members of the Mine Recovery and Disposal Squad towing away a naval mine from the beach at Tayport with the aid of a Bren gun carrier being operated by troops of the 1st Polish Corps, 25 November 1941.

  • THE NAVAL MINE RECOVERY AND DISPOSAL SQUADS IN SCOTLAND, 1939-1945

    THE NAVAL MINE RECOVERY AND DISPOSAL SQUADS IN SCOTLAND, 1939-1945

    part of "ADMIRALTY OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: Royal Navy official photographer (Photographer) 1941-11-25

    A 6428

    Members of the Mine Recovery and Disposal Squad underway with the mine under tow by a Bren gun carrier operated by troops of the 1st Polish Corps at Tayport, 25 November 1941. A strong wind is whipping up the sand whilst the squad walk with their heads...

  • THE POLISH ARMY IN BRITAIN, 1940-1947

    THE POLISH ARMY IN BRITAIN, 1940-1947

    part of "WAR OFFICE SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION" (photographs) Made by: War Office official photographer (Undefined) 1941-02-04

    H 7031

    Troops of the 1st Polish Corps manning an armoured train on a line at North Berwick in Scotland, 4 February 1941. The train is armed with a 6 pounder gun, two Boys anti-tank rifles and six Bren machine guns.

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