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'''Armia Krajowa Cross''' (Home Army Cross; {{lang-pl|Krzyż Armii Krajowej}}) is a [[Poland|Polish]] military decoration that was introduced by General [[Tadeusz Bór-Komorowski]] on 1 August 1966 to commemorate the efforts of the soldiers of the [[Polish Secret State]] between 1939 and 1945. The decoration was awarded to soldiers of the Home Army ([[Armia Krajowa]]) and of its predecessor organizations ([[Służba Zwycięstwu Polski]], [[Związek Walki Zbrojnej]]).
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'''Armia Krajowa Cross''' (Home Army Cross; {{lang-pl|Krzyż Armii Krajowej}}) is a Polish military decoration that was introduced by General [[Tadeusz Bór-Komorowski]] on 1 August 1966 to commemorate the efforts of the soldiers of the [[Polish Secret State]] between 1939 and 1945. The decoration was awarded to soldiers of the Home Army ([[Armia Krajowa]]) and of its predecessor organizations ([[Służba Zwycięstwu Polski]], [[Związek Walki Zbrojnej]]).
   
 
The first recipient ([[Posthumous recognition|posthumous]]) was General [[Stefan Rowecki|Stefan ''Grot''–Rowecki]].
 
The first recipient ([[Posthumous recognition|posthumous]]) was General [[Stefan Rowecki|Stefan ''Grot''–Rowecki]].
   
The award was supported by the [[Polish government in exile]] in London and was not recognized by the [[People's Republic of Poland]], which viewed members of mostly anti-communist Armia Krajowa as enemies of the state. After the [[fall of communism]], in 1992 it was recognized by the government of Poland and was awarded by the [[president of Poland]] until 8 May 1999.
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The award was supported by the Polish government in exile in London and was not recognized by the [[People's Republic of Poland]], which viewed members of mostly anti-communist Armia Krajowa as enemies of the state. After the [[fall of communism]], in 1992 it was recognized by the government of Poland and was awarded by the president of Poland until 8 May 1999.
   
 
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Armia Krajowa Cross

Armia Krajowa Cross (Home Army Cross; Polish language: Krzyż Armii Krajowej ) is a Polish military decoration that was introduced by General Tadeusz Bór-Komorowski on 1 August 1966 to commemorate the efforts of the soldiers of the Polish Secret State between 1939 and 1945. The decoration was awarded to soldiers of the Home Army (Armia Krajowa) and of its predecessor organizations (Służba Zwycięstwu Polski, Związek Walki Zbrojnej).

The first recipient (posthumous) was General Stefan Grot–Rowecki.

The award was supported by the Polish government in exile in London and was not recognized by the People's Republic of Poland, which viewed members of mostly anti-communist Armia Krajowa as enemies of the state. After the fall of communism, in 1992 it was recognized by the government of Poland and was awarded by the president of Poland until 8 May 1999.

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