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Polish Army League correspondence

Polish Army League correspondence

Letter from the Major M. Bujwid, Officer Commanding of the Polish General Hospital, to the Polish Army League. The letter thanks them for the gift parcels they have sent. 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.

 
Polish Army League correspondence

Polish Army League correspondence

Letter from a Major, at O.C.No.1 Polish General Hospital, to Mrs Ann Jacques of the Polish Army League. The letter thanks the Polish Army League for their gift parcels. 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.

 
Polish Army League correspondence
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Polish Army League correspondence

A copy of a letter from Captain Adam Kubaczka of the 3rd Carpathian Division Soldiers Welfare to the Polish Army League, thanking them for the parcels that they send to Polish soldiers. 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.

 
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Letter from the Tadeusz Zażuliński, Minister of Poland, stationed at the Legation de Pologne in Cairo, Egypt, to Mrs Ann Jacques of the Polish Army League. The letter thanks the Polish Army League for gift parcels. 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.

 
Envelopes addressed to the Polish Army League
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Envelopes addressed to the Polish Army League

Envelopes addressed to the Polish Army League, from the General Staff of the Polish Army in London, to the Polish Army League in Palmerston North. Sent on Her Majesty's Service. 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.

 
Polish Army League correspondence

Polish Army League correspondence

Telegram to the Polish Army League. "We send to this New Zealand National Day our best and most sincere wishes to your marvellous country and gallant army. Polish members of the Australasian Polish Society. General Zahorski Vice President." 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.

 
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Polish Army League correspondence

Letter (aerogramme) from Captain Kubaczka Adam of the 3rd Carpathian Division Social Welfare Department of the Polish Army, to the Polish Army League, thanking them for the friendship shown to Polish soldiers, and his wish that this may continue over time. Written in Polish, with English translation. 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.

 
Polish Army League correspondence

Polish Army League correspondence

Letter from the 3rd Carpathian Division Social Welfare Department of the Polish Army, to the Polish Army League, about gifts from Polish soldiers sent as a thank you for P.A.L.'s work. 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.

 
Polish Army League correspondence

Polish Army League correspondence

Letter from the T. Malinowski, Lieut.-General, Chief of Education and Welfare Branch of the Polish Ministry of National Defence in London, to the Polish Army League. The letter says he has heard of the Polish Army League and wishes them success. 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.

 
Polish Army League correspondence

Polish Army League correspondence

Letter from the Major General S. Kopanski of the Polish Forces in Persia and Iraq, to the Polish Army League. The letter thanks them for parcels from Massey Agricultural College students, Eastbourne and the Ladies Kiwitea Guild, that were sent to the Polish Forces. 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.

 
Polish Army League correspondence

Polish Army League correspondence

Letter from the Major General S. Kopanski of the Polish Forces in Persia and Irak (sic), to Mrs Ann Jacques of the Polish Army League. The letter lists the numbers of parcels received and thanks the Polish Army League for gift parcels. 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.