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One of my shirts from a road race
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My wife's daughter's son and his "Papap"
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Polish Home Army's Poster from the time of the Warsaw'1944 Uprising:

"One round -- One German"

They were short on ammo.

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A POSTER USED DURING THE 1944'WARSAW UPRISING
"ONE ROUND ONE GERMAN!" or in other words "One shot, one kill!" They were short on ammo.
The Germans would have never used a skull to depict a German. They have been  always trying to make Germans appear as super human athletes.
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The skulls were reserved for:
-1)  the SS and Waffen SS's uniforms
-2) the pictures of Jews in the nazi propaganda.
This poster was a spit into the nazi German face.
 

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My patrol cap: our 'old' 1SG told us that one day, we would have a GI Party at 0200, 2 am, and we would put our PC's 3 feet under for wearing them outside of rotation or outside of the "box" at the 1-4 INF REG main area.
The GI Party did not happen; he left us about 6 months ago.
 

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Myself: Robert Kolakowski son of Stanislaw 28DEC73
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My old worn--out BDU's. I was in the last rotation in the US Army: Infantry to get BDU's.

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Even the German Army did let me qualify on the German weapons (assult rifle; machine gun; and hand gun).

I did qualify on the German Infantry's small arms
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