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An officer’s cap with an aviation eagle (in gold thread) of the last 308 Kraków Fighter Squadron commander – pilot Colonel Karol Pniak DFC. Although it is not unique in itself – any examples of this type of headgear have been preserved – its historical value is undeniable.

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An officer’s cap with an aviation eagle (in gold thread) of the last 308 Kraków Fighter Squadron commander – pilot Colonel Karol Pniak DFC. Although it is not unique in itself – any examples of this type of headgear have been preserved – its historical value is undeniable. This cap was included in the collection of the Polish Aviation Museum in 2001 as a gift from his son – Karol Pniak Junior. It is a very valuable supplement to the collections related to the aviation traditions of Rakowice and Kraków – before the outbreak of World War II, Lt. Karol Pniak served in the 2nd Air Regiment in Kraków, he flew in the famous “Bajan’s three”, and during the war he commanded the 308 Kraków Fighter Squadron twice.


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