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post-WW2 Polish 10th Heavy Artillery Regiment Breast Badge
Warsaw, Zbigniew Cegielski, Circa 1990.
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Badge of the 10th Heavy Artillery Regiment. The badge was designed and made for the needs of veterans in the 1990s by Zbigniew Cegielski in Warsaw. The regiment did not have an approved badge during its existence, so the veterans of the unit decided to make such a badge in the post-war years.
A badge in the form of a shield at the top crowned with an wz.19 eagle cap badge and a “Poland” patch. On the shield are names of the battles in which the unit took part (Ancona, Monte Cassino, Bologna) and the symbols of the 8th Army and the 2nd Polish Corps. Center in the form of a laurel crown with the Monte Cassino cross and the names of the countries in which the unit was located (Palestine, Iraq, Egypt, Italia). Above, the date of the operation of the unit (1942-1946). And the unit abbreviation – 10 PAC. The sash at the top inscribed the motto of the unit “Libertas Suprema Lex Esto” which can be translated “Freedom is the highest law”.