PP-52 Pilsudczyk

PP-52 Pilsudczyk

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It was a Polish armoured train of early 20th century. It was among the first armoured trains serving with the Polish Army and took part in the Polish-Ukrainian War of 1918–1919, the subsequent Polish–Soviet War and the Silesian Uprisings.

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GPM-RW-0002

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  • Type: armoured train
  • Historical period: World War II, 1939
  • Country: Poland
  • Scale: 1:25
  • Number of sheets: 61 sheets A3

The total length of the train is 4 metres.

Historical information

Pilsudczyk (literally "Piłsudskyite") was a Polish armoured train of early 20th century. It was among the first armoured trains serving with the Polish Army and took part in the Polish-Ukrainian War of 1918–1919, the subsequent Polish–Soviet War and the Silesian Uprisings.

Kept in reserve during the inter-war years it was again mobilised and used during the Nazi–Soviet Invasion of Poland of 1939. It was destroyed by its' crew on 20 September 1939 at the train station of Mrozy.

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