Władysław Anders [10]

General Wladyslaw Anders (1892-1970)

Subject: no
Face value: 10 pln
Alloy: 925/1000 Ag
Diameter: 32 mm
Weight: 14.14 g
Finish: proof
Mintage: 40000 pcs
On the edge: smooth
Additional: pad printing
Date of issue: 2002-11-06
Issue price: 47 pln
On the left side, an image of General Władysław Anders. On the right, the ruins of the Monte Cassino monastery, above an inscription: /GENERAŁ/ BRONI/ WŁADYSŁAW/ ANDERS/ 1892-1970 (General Władysław Anders 1892-1970).

Designer: Andrzej Nowakowski
On the left side, an image of the Eagle as the state Emblem of the Republic of Poland, below an inscription: 10 ZŁ. On the right, the year of issue: 2002 and the badge of the Monte Cassino Memorial Cross. Below, poppy flowers printed in red, green, and black. Above a semicircular inscription: RZECZPOSPOLITA POLSKA (the Republic of Poland). Under the left talon of the Eagle, the Mint mark: m/w.

Designer: Andrzej Nowakowski

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General Wladyslaw Anders

Władysław Anders was born on August 11, 1892, in Błonie, county of Kutno. When his father got a job as manager of the Taurogi estate, the family moved to Lithuania. In the years 1911-1914, he studied at the Riga Polytechnic and, in the middle of 1914, he was recruited to a military college of the Russian army Cavalry reserve. When leaving the school, he received his first rank as a non-commissioned officer. He was sent to the frontline to fight as a soldier of the 3rd Dragoon Regiment in Eastern Prussia where he first commanded a squadron and later a battalion. Already at that early stage, Anders showed high commanding abilities which was why he was sent to be trained at the Academy of the General Staff in Petersburg. When the training was over, on February 7, 1917 Anders ...

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