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WW2 POLISH AIRBORNE FORCES GS BERET GROUPING
A small group of items to a Polish soldier who served from 1942 -1945 with the Polish Airborne Forces.
All items are attributable to the one man. Group consists of soldiers pay book named to Boleslaw Kedzierski, soldiers ID tag with same name and GS beret with numbered cap badge backing, of which the number corresponds to the ID tag and pay book.
Beret is in overall very good moth and damage free condition.
Single grey fibre ID tag on its steel neck chain with detail to tag being very clear.
The pay book is fragile with the front cover detached from the main body. It is well filled out with of picture of Kedzierski in battledress attached to page 3.
Service with the Polish Airborne Forces is detailed on the second page along with personal details and the additional information of Kedzierski serving with the Resettlement Corps in 1946. The book is clearly ‘Discharged’ stamped.
The cap badge securing backing plate is clearly stamped with service numbers corresponding to both the ID tag and pay book.

SOCIAL MEDIA / FORUM'S
It has been drawn to my attention that a ‘Forum’ discussion is / has taken place regarding this sold item.
I usually never rise to what is becoming a ‘growing, inane way of life’ for forum users to use said platform to show how clever they are to their contemporaries; this is basically 'daft yet harmless'!
In this instance however an ILLEGAL STATEMENT has been made about me a militaria dealer !
Regarding the listing; to those that understand it I congratulate you. To those that choose to run with the pack and show how ‘clever’ they are, tut, tut....
And to the individual that has to hide behind the pseudonym ZE-POLE....when you know me....you may then judge me....I invite you to come and meet me, so we can discuss your statement face to face!

The forum user ‘ZE-POLE’ has made a liable, illegal statement for which I hold the Forum and its organisers responsible. They have allowed their platform to be used to make the statement !
I am seeking legal advice and will where necessary purse the matter !
I also urge other legitimate site owners and businesses to do the same should they also fall foul of such activities……Social media networks have a responsibility to keep their ‘houses in order’ !

This is a SOLD Item.
It is currently on view in Mons Military Antiques ‘Archive Pages’ of previously stocked and sold items....For items currently on sale from Mons’ go to the ‘On-Line Shop’ pages !