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WW2 Polish Badge of the 1st Anti-Aircraft Regiment
Altenloch Bruxelles, Belgium. Silver and gilded brass, 38mm x 38mm
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Solid silver cross shaped badge, in the middle two crossed anti-aircraft cannon barrels and number “1”. On the reverse a threaded post with spinner. The lower arm marked with the maker (Altenloch Bruxelles) and silver mark (800), as well as the number 239.
The badge is attributed to private Jan Gejda.
The 1st Polish Anti-Aircraft Regiment was formed on the 27th June 1943 as a part of the 1st Polish Armoured Division of General Maczek. the regiment fought in France, Belgium, Holland and Germany.