Fantastic WW2 identity bracelet of Pvt Joseph Gryszter, a POLISH national in the USA who enlisted in the USA Airfoce, with an unique inscription: ''Safed my life'' - 1st Lt. Negole''. Joseph was a parachute rigger/packer who enlisted in 1942 and this was the gift of combat pilot Negole to him. The bracelet is complete with the owners original immunization register. Additional information is included on the screenshot. Great original ID bracelet with loads of history of a POLISH volunteer in the US Army!
Servicemen wore an identification bracelet as part of their uniform during World War II (1939–45). Identification bracelets were bent metal bands or heavy chains with metal plates engraved with the key elements of his identification: his name, etc. Although they first wore identification bracelets only during the war, men continued to wear their bracelets once they had returned home as a type of jewelry to signal their participation in the war.
100% original item for your USA WW2 collection!
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- J. Gryster y el papeleo
- País de origen
- Estados Unidos de América
- Unidad del ejército
- Pulsera de identificación única de la Segunda Guerra Mundial con la inscripción `` Salvó mi vida '' del aparejador de paracaídas voluntario POLACO
- Año de fabricación
- Original / réplica
- En buen estado
- Viene con certificado de autenticidad