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So my guess is it was some comerade in arms, one stayed in the ranks, the other raised up. Written apparently 1 10 1938, possibly in Warszawa - shortened up a little.
I guess the lower line is the signature of the general, this is the real diffult to read. The last little is surely the title - either general brygady or general broni. With that much medals it should be general broni - and if so, he is one of the highest, immediately under marshal rank.
But if he is Brygad-general, there were surely lotsa of them...
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1925 - 1926: 1st Staff Officer, I. Army Inspectorate
1926 - 1927: Chief of Department I (Infantry), Ministry of War
1927 - 1932: Chief of Section I, General Staff
1931: Promoted to Generał brygady
1932 - 1935: Deputy Chief of the General Staff
1935 - 1939: Chief of National Police
1966: Promoted to Generał dywizji