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14 Dec 2021 6:23 p.m. PST
by Editor in Chief Bill

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SHaT198414 Dec 2021 2:05 p.m. PST

In my search for more on the early uniforms of Polish emigrés adopted or acquired in pre-Empire French service, I come across a lot of mixed sites.

This one, another of the fine Markus Stein sites plethora of authorative archival material brings us the Grand Duchy of Warsaw.

Since there are hardly any contemporary representations for the army of the Grand Duchy of Warsaw, this series by Stachowicz must be given a high level of uniformity. The five panels show groups of different types of the Polish Army from 1810 to 1813.

I'm sure Markus means, or AI translator doesn't understand context, authorative material rather than 'uniformity'.


Enjoy the show,

Michman15 Dec 2021 12:55 a.m. PST

"muss dieser Serie von Stachowicz einen hohen uniformkundlichen Wert beigemessen werden"

Not a native German nor English speaker, but I would make this :
"a high uniform information rating must be accorded to this series by Stachowicz",
"uniformkundlichen" (uniform-knowledge) acting as an adjective for the noun "Wert" (worth, value).

Could be wrong …. very likely am wrong.

NapStein15 Dec 2021 2:08 a.m. PST

O.K. it is a rather strange word … I wanted to say that the series has a high value for uniform research of Polish uniforms.

Greetings from Berlin
Markus Stein

SHaT198415 Dec 2021 3:19 a.m. PST

<<… I wanted to say that the series has a high value for uniform research of Polish uniforms.

:-) as I expected!

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