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Location Category ID: 16040
Address: Polskiej Organizacji Wojskowej, 05-118 Legionowo
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Latitude, Longitude: 52.403867 , 20.944183
Location Accuracy: 9
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Legionowo's history dates back to 1877, when Jabłonna Nowa (New Jabłonna) rail station was built. The name comes from Jabłonna, the nearby village, where in 1774-1779 Bishop Michał Poniatowski (brother of Poland's last king, Stanisław Poniatowski) built his palace. In 1892 Russian army barracks were built near the railroad station and a local garrison of the Russian army were stationed there, until the beginning of World War I, when the region was occupied by the German troops. In 1919, Jabłonna Nowa was renamed as Legionowo to honour Polish Legions. During the Battle for Warsaw in August 1920, from barracks in Legionowo, General Żeligowski led the 10th Infantry Division) to Radzymin, which helped to save Warsaw from the Red Army. During World War II, in 1944, Legionowo took part in the Warsaw Uprising. During the first week of August 1944, Legionowo was a place of regular fights between German troops and Polish rebels. After a week or so, Germans put down the uprising and several Poles were executed in one of the military shelters near the railroad line. (Source: Wikipedia)
The Polskiej Organizacji Wojskowej (Polish Military Organisation) is the site of a major Polish Army base. It was the home of the 1 Warszawska Dywizja Zmechanizowana (1 Warsaw Mechanized Division) until it was disbanded in September 2011.

1) T-34-85 Tank Soviet / Polish

Number of Photos: 7
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Unique ID: 2260
Serial Number: 18157070 (hull): “18157070” and “682”stamped into lower glacis plate.
397 (turret): “397” cast into left rear of turret
Other Identification: Various components (including tyres, headlight, MG mantlet, exhausts and tow hooks) are highlighted with white or red paint.

This Polish-manufactured T-34 is mounted on a small stone plinth. A small display board nearby provides basic details on the T-34.