Training With The
1st Independent Polish Parachute Brigade

Malpi Gaj - The Monkey Grove

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The Parachute Tower

Training In The Hills At Perth & Stirling

RAF Ringway

Jumping Out Of The Whitley Bomber

Earning My "Znak Spadochronowy"

4th March 1943

Today, my military records will show that I was "transferred in every respect to the special company Parachute Brigade" (Editors note: could this be the Special Grenadiers?).

20th April 1943

On 20th April 1943 "transferred in every respect to the Army Recruiting Command No. 1" (Source: Military Records).

23rd April 1943

"arrived at ?? of the Army Recruiting Command No. 1" (Source: Military Records)

29th April 1943 - 1st Armoured Division (Duns, Edinburgh)

"assigned in every respect to the First Armoured Division registered to the Squad Governing Movement (Gendarmerie/Military Police)"

30th April 1943 - Health

"by decision of the Conscription Committee … of the Army Hospital No. 1 was qualified as fit for duty Category C”. "

10th May 1943

"seconded for a course for automobile drivers"

21st May 1943

"returned from the automobile drivers course Order"

19th May 1944

"by decision of the Military Medical Review Board at the Army Hospital No. 1 classified as completely unfit Category E”

20th June 1944

"transferred in every respect to the Army Recruiting Command No. 1"

23rd June 1944

"reported to the First Transitional? Company"

5th July 1944

transferred to Transitional? Company No. 2

13th Jan 1945

released from regular military duty on the basis of the judgment of the Military Medical Review Board at the Army Hospital No. 1 as of May 25, 1944 as completely unfit Category „E”. Army Recruiting Command No. 1 Daily Order 10/45