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Nazdar Company

Monument to the Polish volunteers who fell in the Third Battle of Artois, May 9, 1915, at La Targette. Across the front of the monument is inscribed "Za Wasza I Nasza Wolnosc", For your freedom; for our freedom.
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À la memoire des volontaires Polonais tombés au champs d'honneur sur les collines de l'Artois le 9 Mai 1915
Monument renové 1994
In memory of Polish volunteers fallen on the fields of honor / killed in action on the hills of Artois May 9, 1915
Monument renovated 1994

Monument to the Polish volunteers who fell in the Third Battle of Artois, May 9, 1915, at La Targette. Across the front of the monument is inscribed "Za Wasza I Nasza Wolnosc", For your freedom; for our freedom. © 2013 by John M. Shea

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Across the front of the monument is inscribed "Za Wasza I Nasza Wolnosc", For your freedom; for our freedom.



À la memoire des volontaires Polonais tombés au champs d'honneur sur les collines de l'Artois le 9 Mai 1915



Monument renové 1994



In memory of Polish volunteers fallen on the fields of honor / killed in action on the hills of Artois May 9, 1915



Monument renovated 1994

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Nazdar Company of the French Foreign Legion, primarily composed of Czech immigrants in France, from the Sokol educational movement and the Rovnost social-democratic movement. The fought in the Second Battle of Artois, suffering heavy casualties.

See http://www.remembrancetrails-northernfrance.com/visit-the-sites/the-front/czechoslovak-cemetery-and-memorial-neuville-saint-vaast.html

Nazdar Company is a corps in French Foreign Legion.