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First I want to pay my great respect and thank Mr. Juliusz Ral for his very friendly help to find the scarce 1917 Regulations, his great help with the translation, and not least helping through his very extreme knowledge on Polish military history.



I. Description of the uniforms for all services (except lancers) 5
II. Ulań (lancer) uniform 9
III. Uniform for Officer Candidate, Bandmaster, Volunteer Motorist 12
IV. Uniform for Chaplain 12
V. Service Branch distinctions 13
VI. Rank Distinctions 15
VII. Regimental (unit) markings within same Service Branch. 18
VIII. Collar Insignias 19
IX. Special Badges and Emblems 20
X. Bayonet and sabre knots 22
XI. Sabres 22
XII. Sabre belt 23
XIII. Officers' belts 23
XIV. Aiguilettes/Shoulder Cords 24
XV. Wearing Allied decorations 21
XVI. Bandolier (sash BM) and mace for Tambour Major 25
XVII. Galla Uniform 26
(BM) - British military term.

All weapon types, with the exception of lancers and Chaplains, wear a similar uniform cut, in color field-gray. The different types of Service Branches have different colored piping.


A) Uniform for Other Ranks (BM).
Jacket (Bluza):
cut according to Fig. 1 and 2 with a collar made from same material as the jackets (on which are set the service badges shown in chapter VIII), fastened with 6 oxidised white-metal buttons, eagle buttons (Fig. 59), on the back two buttons with eagles as hooks to hold the belt. (Fig. 59); pockets at the bottom of the jacket.
Shoulder straps on both arms of jacket material with piping in the color of the Service branch, shoulder straps embroidered with unit number in accordance with Chapter VII. in the color of the weapons branch, the buttons on the shoulderstraps have sub-unit numbers (1-13).
Pants (Breeches BM):
smooth without piping, from the knees down tight, laced shoes and puttees (Fig. 3).
Mounted troops receive pants for boots (tights) smooth without piping, reinforced with leather .
fastened by one row of matt eagle buttons, like a jacket, collar of jacket material, shoulder-straps (with buttons) for the jacket (Figs. 6, 7).
maciejówka with field-gray top and immitation leather peak and chinstrap (Fig. 9 and 10) matt metal cap eagle (Fig. 8),with the unit number on the eagle’s shield, see Chapter VII.
1 For infantry:
a) laced marching ankle-boots: with double soles, nailed and heel mounted with metal;
b) further la pair of lighter, laced boots.
c) field-gray puttees (Fig. 3).
2 For mounted troops:
half-boots with spurs fastened with leather straps in the color of the boots, except for the pair of laced boots used with puttees.

B) officer's uniform
cut as for rankers (Fig. 11,12,13), buttoned with six visible matt white metal eagle buttons (modeled on the M.1830 button. Fig. 55), on the back two eagle buttons serving as belt hooks (Fig. 59); standing collar with insignias in accordance with chapter VIII);
4 patch pockets with a central pleat, rectangular pocket flaps, fastened with the same buttons as the jacket. Above the cuff piping a small eagle button.
Coloured piping for the Service Branches: around the collar, along the front edge of the jacket, on pocket flaps and on sleeve cuffs.
Epaulettes on both shoulders made in matt-white metal cords underlaid cloth in the color of the weapon branches - made from oxidised metallic braid (see Chapter. VI).
a) breeches for half-boots: in the jacket color, tightfitting from the knees down, without colored piping (for Generals in Carmine, for officers of the General Staff with Amaranth lampasses (double stripes).
b) when wearing long trousers with black boots: officers of all Service Branches wore
black trousers with Amaranth piping, the trousers at the bottom with a black leather bootstrap: (for generals Carmine, for officers of the General Staff with Amaranth lampasses).
(Fig. 14, 15) closed by two rows of eagle buttons (as the jackets), half-belt fastened with 2 eagle buttons, rectangular pocket flaps, the left with a hole for the saber, with a soft cloth collar in jacket color with patches in Service Branch color (Fig. 16, 17), (for artillery black patch with a red edging,
General Staff black velvet collar patches piped in Amaranth, on the patches small eagle buttons; the collar lined with a thin fabric in greatcoat colour.
Greatcoat piping in the color of Service Branches:
along the front edge of the greatcoat, around the back-strap (half-belt BM) and the back-strap halters, around the sleeve cuffs and around the pocket flaps.
In the winter is allowed lining and fur collars.
General's greatcoats have with a crimson lining.
maciejówka (Fig. 18, 19) in the same cut as those of the men, around the top 2 pipings in the colour of the Service Branch, field-gray peak, on the leather chin strap a sewn on satin lace. (Fig. 20). Eagle insignia same as that on the soldier's cap. Below the eagle insignia is placed an officer´s cockade made in matt white-metal (Fig. 21).
a) with field-gray trousers: laced ankle-boots;
with puttees or leather gaiters or half-boots;
Mounted officers wear spurs fastened with leather straps in the color of the footwear;
b) to long black pants are worn plain black shoes, for mounted officers with spurs fixed (screwed in) to the heel.


A) Lancers
Ulanka (ulan jacket):
cut according to Fig. 22, 23, color field-gray with magenta piping (see V), buttoned with two rows of eagle buttons, standing collar of the jacket cloth - shoulder-straps of the jacket cloth with magenta piping, cut Ulański (Fig. 33, 34), the shoulder-straps embroidered with regimental number in magenta thread. Shoulder-strap buttons with regimental number. (1-5)
Riding breeches (rajtuzy) with cavalry boots, plain without piping, with leather re-inforcements.
as for all other Service Branches, shoulder-straps as for lancers (Figs. 6, 7).
as for all other Service Branches, cap eagle with amazone shield on which the regimental number (Figs. 9, 10).
cavalry boots with spurs, fastened with leather straps in the color of the footwear.
Pennants on the collar: White-Amaranth (Fig. 69).

B) Uhlan officer's uniform
as that of the lancers (Figs. 24 and 25), epaulettes as for officers of all other Service Branches, placed on Amaranth cloth. (see Chapter VI).
as for officers of all other Service Branches.
as for officers of all other Service Branches, with Amaranth piping.
as for officers of all other Service Branches, with Amaranth piping.
a) field-gray pants (riding breeches) High boots with spurs fastened with leather straps in the color of the footwear;
b) with long black pants black black plain ankle boots with spurs fixed on the heel.

Special provisions
Lancer officers, when outside of the front-line and as an addition to the field uniform, are permitted to wear Amaranth lapels, white - metallic cap-cords and a white metallic officer’s belt (Fig. 71).
The Lancer-Cap, with cap-cords, is only worn by Officers and Other ranks on Parade, when walking-out, Other Ranks by special order, or on such occasions where social protocols demand. (the cap cord for the lancer is made like that of the officers, but from field-gray wool). Officers when applying the cap (czaka) also wear the lapels, the cord fixed to the the cap and white metallic belt. ("In Kraju" must be understood as, "In the Polish Kingdom".)

1 Podchorążych (Officer Candidate - NCO-rank, most often serving as a junior line officer.)
Officer Candidate wear the uniform of a ranker in his weapon branch with epaulettes as described in Chapter VI - 2.
They also are allowed to wear officer´s long, black trousers with black shoes.
2 Bandmaster
wear an officer's regimental uniform, epaulettes of an officer but without stars, on the left sleeve the music insignia, embroidered in matt-white metallic threads and placed on a patch in the color of his Service Branch (see Chapter IX)
3 Motorist
(When not an officer) wear an automobil officer's uniform, with officer epaulettes without stars.


Chaplains wear a field-gray czamarę (Frock-Coat - archaic type of Polish and East-European men's dress) (Fig. 26, 27), closed between two button rows with ornamented, wowen, woollen braided cords, tight collar, no shoulder-straps, on both sleeves 3 White, matt metallic laces underlaid Purple cloth. around the neck is worn the cross on a chain.
as for officers of all other Service Branches.
as for officers of all other Service Branches, with Purple piping, no shoulder-straps.
as for officers of all other Service Branches, with Purple piping.
as for officers of all other Service Branches.

Colour Distinctions

The Service Branches are distinguished through the colors of their piping. The colors are as follows (Fig. 28 a, b, c):
Generals crimson
General Staff amaranth
Infantry crimson
Artillery black
Lancers amaranth
Sappers scarlet
Airforce yellow
Signals (BM) light blue
Motor Transport (BM) blue
Supply Train brown
Chaplains purple
Doctors black (velvet)
Medical Troops white
Judge Advocates claret
Field Gendarmerie (Military Police. BM) light yellow
Commissariat dark cherry red (velvet)
Quartermasters dark-green
Accountancy blue-gray
Veterinarians green-olive
Administrative Officers dark-blue
Pharmacists pink
Postal Service orange

Colored piping are shown on:
1 Rankers:
on the jacket:
as piping on the shoulder-straps, in the colour used to embroider the regimental on the shoulder-straps;
the lancers further have piping: around the collar, along the lapel and bottom edge of the ułanka, on the pocket flaps and sleeve cuffs, in the seams on the back and back of the sleeves, along the rear fold seams of the ułanka;
On the greatcoat like on the jacket.

2 Officers:
on the jacket:
piping around the collar, along the front edge, around pocket flaps, on sleeve cuffs, shoulder pads as base for the epaulettes;
for lancer officers:
piping around the collar, along the lapel and the bottom edge of the ułanka; on pocket flaps and sleeve cuffs, on the seams on the back and the back of the sleeves, along the seams of the ułanka rear fold seams and as foundation cloth for the epaulettes;
On the greatcoat:
as piping along the front edge, around the back-strap and the back-strap halters, around the sleeve cuffs and around the pocket flaps.
As piping on the collar of the greatcoat and as as foundation cloth for the epaulettes,
On the cap:
the two pipings on the cap.

Rank Distinctions.

(On the shoulders).
Distinctions differ substantially between the shoulder-straps on jackets (ułankas) and greatcoats of NCOs and officer epaulettes.

1. NCOs.
Shoulder-straps for NCOs (Fig. 29), are like those of privates made from jacket cloth, edged with piping in the colour of the Service Branch (artillery have piping in red and black) having embroidered regimental numbers (see Chapter VII). Shoulder-straps are sewn on to the shoulders.
Fig. 30 and31 show shoulder-straps for all Service Branches., further for lancer shouldr-straps, see Fig. 33 and 34.

NCO ranks:
starszy żołnierz, starszy ułan, bombardjer
Gefreiter, Oberschütze, Ober.Ulan, Obergefreiter
private 1st Class, , Lance-Bombardier:
1 white metallic satin strap, across the shoulder strap

kapral, żandarm,
Unteroffizer, Feld-polizei (Gendarm)
Corporal, Gendarm:
2 matt-white metallic stripes, across the shoulder strap

plutonowy, starszy żandarm.
Unteroffizier, Obergendarm
Lance-Corporal, Senior Gendarm
3 matt-white metal stripes, across the shoulder strap

sierżant, ogniomistrz, wachmistrz
Vize-Feldwebel, (Artillerie) Wachtmeister, (Kavallerie) Wachtmeister
Sergeant, (Artillery) Sergeant, (Cavalry) Sergeant:
1 matt white metallic. 1/2 cm. wide stripe, around the edge of shoulder-strap

starszy sierżant, starszy ogniomistrz, starszy wachmistrz
Feldwebel, (Artillerie) Wachtmeister, (Kavallerie) Wachtmeister
Sergeant-Major, (Artillery) Sergeant-Major, (Cavalry) Sergeant-Major :
1 matt white metallic. 1 cm. wide stripe,around the edge of shoulder-strap

(PS. It is rather impossible to give the equivalent ranks in English, but as the PSZ was modelled on the then German Army, German quivalent ranks are given too.)

2 Officer Candidate (podchorążych - Fähnrich)
Officer Candidates wear shoulder epaulettes like officers, but the trefle cord is of field-gray wool and without stars, placed on cloth in the weapon color. Numbers as on officers' epaulettes (Fig. 35).

3 Officers' epaulettes:
have shape of trefles (three-foils) made from white-frosted metal cords.
For officers ranking up to Captain: the double braided cords are flat and smooth (Fig. 36 and 39), for staff officers made with triple-braided cord (Fig. 37 and 40), for Generals made of the triple metallic cord and with a crown (Fig. 38 and 41).
Epaulettes are underlaid cloth in the colour of the Service Branch (protuding 2 mm under the trefoil), artillery officers' underlaid cloth is black with red edging, for Generals it is Carmine with white edging.
These heavy three-foil distinctions are fastened to the shoulder with a small eagle-button.

Sewn on to the trefle is:
a) numbers in accordance with paragraph VII. (Fig. 68).
b) medical insignia (Fig. 52).

Officers' Rank Distinctions:
1. Epaulettes without stars wear:
chorąży (Warrant Officer - Stabsfeldwebel (but in the Polish Army this was a rank not a function.)
kapelmistrz (Bandmaster)
ochotnik samochodowy (Volunteer Auto Driver)

2. Epaulettes made from smooth double cord wears:
podporucznik (Second Lieutenant - Leutnant) 1 star
porucznik (First Lieutenant - Oberleutnant) 2 stars
kapitan (rotmistrz) Captain (Cavalry Captain - Hauptman, Rittmeister.) 3 stars
The stars are five-pointed stars made of dull, yellow metal.

3 Epaulettes made from triple braided cord wears:
major (Major- Major) 1 star
podpułkownik (Lieutenant Colonel - Oberstleutnant) 2 stars
pułkownik (Colonel- Oberst) 3 stars
The stars are five-pointed stars made of dull, yellow metal.

4 Epaulettes made from a triple bouillon cord:
generał major (Major General - Generalmajor) 1 star
generał porucznik (Lieutenant General - Generalleutnant) 2 stars
generał broni (General - General der Infanterie, der Kawallerie etc. ) 3 stars
The stars are five-pointed stars made of dull, yellow metal.

Regimental (unit) markings within same Service Branch.

Regiments (units) distinguished by unit numbers:
1. Rankers have on their shoulderstraps their regimental number embroidered with thread in the color of their Service Branch and officers wear their regimental number (16 mm. high) in yellow, dull metal, attached to the epaulette trefoil (Fig. 68):
the infantry
the field artillery
the lancers

all with unit number on their shoulders:
the Sappers
the Air Force
in Signals (BM)
in Motor Transport (BM)
in Medical Troops

with company numbers:
the Supply Train has squadron numbers.

Howitzer Artillery Batallions have their number and the letter "H", while the Heavy Artillery have battery numbers and the letter "C".

2. The same unit numbers are shown on the amazone shield of the cap eagle.
Everyone, who does not belong to a Service Branch referred to in Chapter VII I, do not have unit numbers on their shoulders nor on the shield of the cap eagle..

Collar Insignias

1. Officers and men from 1., 2., 3., 4. 5. and 6. Infantry Regiment, 1. and 2. Lancers, 1. Field Artillery Regiment, 1. Howitzer Dywizjon (Battalion), 1st and 2nd Sapper Company, together with all the officers and men, who on 10 April 1917 served in the Polish Legions, regardless of assignment, wear on the jacket (ulanka) collar the Legions distinction, the wezyke (the Polish zig-zag collar lace.)
a) for rankers as on Fig. 42
b) for officers as on Fig. 43
2. Generals wear on the jacket collar the embroideried wezyk on a big Carmine patch (Fig. 44).
3. Officers in the General Staff and those assigned to the General Staff wear on the collar a Black velvet patch (size according to Fig. 44).

Special Badges and Emblems

1 Special unit badges:
Machine Gun Companies (unit) (Fig. 50);
Telephone Communication units within all Service Branches (Fig. 48);
Mortar units (Fig. 49);
Assault Companies (Fig. 46),
Regimental Pioneers (Fig. 53),
Musicians (Fig. 47),
All produced in matt-white metal (officers (bandmasters) have theirs embroidered in white-frosted metal thread), placed on a cloth patch in the color of the Service Branch and sewn on the left jacket (ulanka) sleeve 32 cm. below the shoulder.
The chaplains, doctors, medical officers, pharmacists and paramedics of all types of Service Branches and medical troops in the field wear on the left arm a white band with a red cross (Fig. 51).
Privates, who has completed high-school and is functioning as officers (except Officer Candidates), wear on their jacket (ułanka) and greatcoat sleeves, above the cuffs, a matt-white metallic tape, 1 cm. wide, with in the center a Carmosine thread (Fig. 56).

2. Badges are worn by:
Doctors (Fig. 52) on the shoulder straps in place of unit numbers:
Air Force (Fig. 54) sewn on the left sleeve and with a special badge for Air Force officers embroidered in metal white-frosted thread on a yellow cloth patch;
Signals (Fig. 48), for telephone operators of all Service Branches, the officers have theirs put on a light blue cloth patch;
Motor Transport (Fig. 45)
sewn on the left sleeve and with special badges for officers and volunteers, embroidered in white, matt thread on a blue cloth patch.

Bayonet and Sabre Knots:

1. for all non-commissioned officers of white wool, interspersed with crimson thread, sling with
two crimson stripes, open bottom, for sabers (Fig. 57), for bayonets (Fig. 58);
2 for cadets, bandmasters, automobile volunteers and their officers, in white wool;
3 for all officers, in white-metal, with a Polish eagle on crimson pad, sling with two crimson stripes, closed bottom (Fig. 60).
The rankers in all Service Branches armed with sabers wear a sabre sling with knot (Fig. 61).


1. for other ranks of all service branches, such that will be issued along with other weapons.
2. for officers can up to the release of the new regulations be carried white metal or oxidized sabers with Polish saber grip; - until the release of the new pattern, white metal or oxidised sabers with a Polish-type hilt can be worn;
a) infantry officers' sword, for officers of all arms - except artillery, cavalry and train. (Fig. 64);
b) cavalry saber: for officers with artillery, lancers and supply train (Fig. 63).
Instead of saber, officers can in the frog wear bayonets with sabre knot.

Saber Belts:

1. for privates, those that are issued along with other weapons;
2. for cadets, bandmasters, automobile volunteers and their officers, but with sabre knot and sling of white wool;
3. for officers: until the release of the new regulations, leather straps with sewn on white-metal lace;
a) for the infantry armed with sabre, see Fig. 4,
b) for cavalry sabers, see Fig. 4 or Fig. 5

Officer's Belts:

for officers of all Service Branches: natural leather with oxidised buckle (Fig. 62);
Lancer officers are, in accordance with Chapter II B, permitted with the field uniform to wear the white metallic officers belt (Fig. 71).

Aiguillettes (Shoulder Cords)

made from plaited matt white metal cord, are worn by:
1. regimental adjutants, see Fig. 65
2 adjutants of higher staffs (from brigade and up);
officers assigned to the General Staff;
officers of the General Staff; see Fig. 66.
3. in a special version for Generals.
Wearing style: hanging from the right shoulder right-arm layer and attached to the 2nd (3rd) button on the jacket (ułanka). - attached under the right shoulder strap, passing across the shoulder to the second button on the jacket (third on the Uhlanka)

How best to wear and arrange orders and decorations from other countries.

Orders and decorations of the Allies are worn on the field jacket (ułanka) in the way it is appropriate in same allied army:
1. The original decorations horizontally on ribbons. Level with the first button on the Jacket (on uhłanka at an appropriate height) or alternatively pushed through the buttonhole.
2. Instead of the original orders and decorations can be worn ribbons 1 cm. wide, attached to the left side of the chest horizontally at the height of the first jacket button (on ułanka in appropriate height) or dragged through the buttonhole.
Having several ribbons, they should be sticked together (Fig. 67).
When lancer officers are wearing lapels, they should always wear only genuine orders and decorations.

Drum Major Bandolier (Szarfa)
is worn over the left shoulder and it and Drum Major staff, see Fig. 73 and Fig. 74.

of gray leather wear:
officers and non-commissioned officers. (Rankers also as far as possible outside service).
White leather gloves can be applied, when the social occasions require it.

Whistle cord
for non-commissioned officers made from the field-gray wool, see Fig. 72. Those for officers are made in matt white-metal cord.

field-gray, is worn by all under the jacket collars. Officers can instead wear hard, white collar, buttoned infront - and protruding 2 mm. above edge of the collar.

Mourning armband
Mourning bands, on the left jacket (ułanka) sleeve, are only being worn by officers as a special manifestation. Wearing mourning for members of the ruling houses are every time arranged by special order.
The wearing of mourning for the members of his own family is allowed officers off duty, but in the service is not accepted.

When peace comes, it is planned to indtroduce a ballroom (society??) uniform for officers with old historical features.

Appendix No. 1
1 Sanitary 1st Lieutenants (not having finished medical studies) wear doctors uniform without the insignia on the epaulettes.
2 Sanitary Cadets (not having finished medical studies) weat cadet uniform with epaulettes underlaid black velvet without medical insignias.
3 distinctions as non-commissioned officer on canvas jackets have:

a) Private 1 Class 1
b) Corporal 2
c) Platoon Leader (Lance-Corporal) 3
1/2 cm. wide, 4 cm. long, crimson cotton tapes sewn on the shoulder in the middle between the collar and the sleeve seam; spacing between tapes 1/2 cm.

d) Sergeant 1
e) Senior Sergeant 2
the same cotton tapes, but sewn along the shoulder, distance between the tapes 1/2 cm

Members of The Uniform Commission appointed by the High Command of the Polish Forces:
Andrew Galica, Lieutenant Colonel, 3. Infantry Regiment.
Marcel Śniadowski, Major, 1. Artillery Regiment.
Adam Nieniewski, Major in the General Staff.
Captain Wojciech Kossak.
Czeslaw Jarnuszkiewicz,Captain. 5. Infantry Regiment.
Wladyslaw Wąsowicz, Lieutenant. 2. Lancer Regiment..

Illustrations made by Sergeant St. Bienkowski from the Techn. Office Kr. Zac. to W. P.

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 The Polish Uniform Regulation of 1917 - plates
Sent: 05-08-2013 14:13
Uploads for reglement 1917

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Plate 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 59, 51

Plate 52, 53, 54, 55, 56

Plate 57 - Sabreknot for NCO

Plate 58, 59 - Bayonet-knot

plate 60 - Officers sabre knot

Plate 61, 62 - bayonet- or sabreknot for rankers - belt clasp

Plate 64 - Sabre hilts

Plate 65 - Shouldercords for Regimental ADC

Plate 66 - Shouldercords for ADC with the General Staff

Plate 67, 68, 69

Plate 70, 71 - Etyszkiety (Lancer Shoulder cords) - Lancer lapels

Plate 72, 73, 74 - Whistle-cord, Tambour Bandolier, Drum Major Staff

Plate 75, 76 - Generals and General Staff

Plate 77 - Infantry

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Plate 78 - Artillery

Plate 79 - Ulans - Lancers

Plate 80 - Sappers and Engineers

Plate 81 - Air Force

Plate 82 - Communication

Plate 83 - Motorists

Plate 84 - Supply Train

Plate 85, 86 - Doctors and Pharmacists

Plate 87 - Medical Services

Plate 88, 89 - Financial Officers and Quarter Masters

Plate 90 - Gendarmey, Military Police

Plate 91, 92 - Proviant Masters and Accountants

Plate 93, 94 - Veterinarians and Clerks

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