Original WW2 Polish Cigarette Case with EAGLE from Armia Krajowa + Photo + Medal, 1939 – 1944
For your consideration is the Original WW2 Polish Cigarette Case with EAGLE from Armia Krajowa + Photo + Medal, 1939 – 1944.
The case has inscription on it: Rzecpospolita, 15.03.1939, Lwow.
This case was made in 1939 in Lwow, but later on the owner of this case was in Armia Krajowa – look at his photo (also for sell in this auction)
Size: 109 x 78 x 19 mm. Hand made – very nice job.
From real old collection!
The item is bought from Polish family estate sale with a few other WW2 items. Their grandfather was in Armia Krajowa during WW2.
Estimate price: $850 – $900.
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The item does not promote or glorify violence, racial or religious intolerance and are selling only for historical purpose to people who are interested in World history. The items will not be sent to the countries where they are not allowed to be sold.
Wikipedia: The Home Army (Polish: Armia Krajowa; Polish pronunciation: [ˈarmʲa kraˈjɔva], abbreviated AK) was the dominant Polish resistance movement in Poland occupied by Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union during World War II. It was formed in February 1942 from the Związek Walki Zbrojnej (Armed Resistance). Over the next two years, it absorbed most other Polish underground forces. Its allegiance was to the Polish Government-in-Exile, and it constituted the armed wing of what became known as the “Polish Underground State”. Estimates of the Home Army’s 1944 strength range between 200,000 and 600,000, the most commonly cited number being 400,000. This last number would make the Home Army not only the largest Polish underground resistance movement but one of the three largest in Europe during World War II.[a] The Home Army was disbanded on 19 January 1945, after the Soviet Red Army had largely cleared Polish territory of German forces.