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An eagle produced for soldiers of the Polish Armed Forces in the West in 1942 or later. Its shape refers to the pre-war military eagles, especially the so-called forage cap from the 1930s. It featured a full crown, like the state eagle of 1919. Just like the pre-war...

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An eagle produced for soldiers of the Polish Armed Forces in the West in 1942 or later. Its shape refers to the pre-war military eagles, especially the so-called forage cap from the 1930s. It featured a full crown, like the state eagle of 1919. Just like the pre-war military eagles, it sits on the so-called shield of amazons. Cast from brass, mounted on a thread with a simple industrial nut. Cap eagles were embossed from sheet metal, but because they were insufficient in number, they were made in this semi-professional way for soldiers of the 2nd Polish Corps while stationed in the Middle East.

Elaborated by the Museum of the Home Army dedicated Gen. Emil Fieldorf “Nil”, © all rights reserved

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Cap Eagle of the Polish Armed Forces in the West, pattern 40

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