It is time for some more photos. Till tommorrow I have to finish writing the conference article, but searching for motorbikes it is more funny.
http://www.odkrywca-online.com/picsforu ... land_x.jpg
http://www.odkrywca-online.com/picsforu ... n_1931.jpg
http://www.odkrywca-online.com/picsforu ... poland.jpg
http://www.odkrywca-online.com/picsforu ... 2_copy.jpg
Experimental with radio: http://www.odkrywca-online.com/picsforum5/radio.jpg
From my books, list of motorbikes used by Polish Army pre 1939:
CWS M55, CWS M 111 - Sokół (Falcon) 1000 M 111. 1000cc, with sidecar, for military use (only small number for civilians, post etc.)
Sokół 600 RT M 211
Sokół 200 M 411
MOJ 130 - before war used for training
Podkowa 98 - in teritorial army and for dispach raiders (production stared in 1939, so only small number of them was build)
From civilan market:
Less than 100cc:
In 1939 company "Podkowa" started production (from imported parts) "Royal Enfield" and BSA 350cc bikes.
Civilians also had many motorbikes mostly French, German and American.
Nearly all bikes from civilans were in the service. Very often owner was also the driver. For example during siege of Warsaw in 1939 students from Technical University served in dispatch riders plooton.