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User avatar #28 - thedutchs (06/17/2013) [-]
True. The Polish army had a bear that would carry around ammo and other stuff. They often gave him cigarettes. After the war they put him in a zoo.
#78 to #28 - beerholder (06/17/2013) [-]
official insignia of the 22nd Artillery. (it was changed after the war, though...)
#44 to #28 - harala (06/17/2013) [-]
"he was officially drafted into the Polish Army as a private and was listed among the soldiers of the 22nd Artillery Supply Company of the Polish II Corps. Henryk Zacharewicz and Dymitr Szawlugo were assigned as his caretakers.
Wojtek with artillery ammo – sign painted on 22nd Artillery Supply Company vehicles[5]

As one of the officially enlisted "soldiers" of the company, he lived with the other men in their tents or in a special wooden crate"

Holy **** , I love Poland.
User avatar #60 to #44 - mfwfapfapfap (06/17/2013) [-]
Since he was given Soldier status he was allowed asylum to Scotland along with many of his fellow soldiers and live out his days up north!
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