Volyn wrote: "[...] If you believe it is GJR 100 and not GJR 98, please share your evidence.[...]"
I don´t have any evidence, I translated only the Polish text. Neither am I familiar with the operations of those units.
"Therefore, the photos of the soldiers crossing the Polish are definitely from GJR 98 not GJR 100"
When you compare both images there are hints that they are not from the same time of day. The road surface appears different and so does the little bush group in front of the trees.
Can you/we exclude that more units did cross the border there or do you know that it´s only the GJR 98?
PS.: I mean I don´t doubt that the photo shared by wbfamily are showing men from the 98 GJR crossing the Dukla pass.
PPS: I just read that the 2nd batallion of the 98th GJR was built in 1937 by renaming the 2nd batallion of the 100th GJR.
Quote: "Das II. Bataillon vom Regiment entstand durch die Umbenennung vom II. Bataillon des Gebirgsjäger-Regiment 100" End of quote
Source: http://www.lexikon-der-wehrmacht.de/Gli ... /GJR98.htm