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29/10/2014
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1st Polish Armoured Division
Independent Heavy Machine Guns Squadron (CKM)
World War Two

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Last testimony:
Mark Nedza
21/11/2014
my fathers story.
My Father also served in the 1st Armoured Division, his service record reads; With the polish army independent signal company, took part in the campaign in Poland from 1-9-1939 19-9-1939. Following the September campaign in Poland he made his way to France where he enlisted with the polish forces under French command on 1-5-1940 With 10 motorised cavalry brigade took part in the campaign in France (action on the Marne 11-6-17-6-1940). After the surrender of France was evacuated to the United Kingdom, arrived on 25-6-1940 and came under British command with effect from 1-7-1940. Posted to 1 reconnaissance regiment subsequently with effect from 6-4-1944 transferred to the independent machine gun squadron, 1 polish armoured division 1 polish corps served in the UK 1940-44 and on the continent 1944-47. Returned to the UK (hull) from Cuxhaven Germany on 21-4-1947 Due to gradual demobilisation of the polish forces under British command was enlisted with the polish resettlement corps – served in the UK until finally discharged on completion of his two years contract with the PRC as above. With his help i documented his story and posted it to the BBC Peoples War website which documents many similar experiences. Like the website. Keep up the good work. Mark
Links : http://www.bbc.co.uk/history/ww2peopleswar/stories/84/a2232884.shtml
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Last identification:
Mark Nedza
15/01/2015
Steven, Stanislaw Walczak (no. 21) originally Settled in Bradford England but emigrated to the U.S. (Chicago) in the 1950's.
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NON OMNIS MORIAR
I WILL NEVER DIE COMPLETELY


Kazimierz DUDA was a captain of the C.K.M squadron (szwadron Ciezkich Karabinów Maszynowych - Independent Heavy Machine Gun Squadron) in the 1st Polish armoured division during World War II.
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