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Letter (aerogramme) written in Polish to the Polish Army League in Palmerston North. Appears to be written by Kubaczka Adam, kpt. The Polish Army League, founded in Palmerston North in WWII, corresponded with and sent parcels to Polish soldiers who served with the allies in World War Two.

Identification

Object type
Correspondence
Digitisation ID
2018Pa_PolishArmyLeagueS2F1_024666
Title
Polish Army League correspondence
Relation
Polish Army League, Series 2, Folder 1
Format
Paper
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Polish Army League

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Place
Palmerston North; Poland
Date
February 28, 1945

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Credit Line
Palmerston North City Library

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