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  • Poland. The Holy Cross Mountains Brigade Badge
  • Poland. The Holy Cross Mountains Brigade Badge
  • Poland. The Holy Cross Mountains Brigade Badge

Item: EU14999

Poland. The Holy Cross Mountains Brigade Badge

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Poland. The Holy Cross Mountains Brigade Badge

Badge in die struck bronze, 28.5mm x 37.0mm, numbered "4785" on reverse, in worn condition.

The Holy Cross Mountains Brigade (Polish: Brygada Świętokrzyska) was a tactical unit of the National Armed Forces (Narodowe Siły Zbrojne, NSZ), one of the Polish underground military organizations during World War II. It did not obey orders to merge with the Home Army in 1944 and was a part of the Military Organization Lizard Union faction.

During its presence in Poland, the brigade fought primarily communist underground units (Armia Ludowa and the Soviet partisans). Brygada Świętokrzyska avoided the approaching Soviet Red Army, left Poland and entered occupied Czech territory (the Protectorate of Bohemia and Moravia), with permission from the German military.

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