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21 January 1919

Orders of the Central Command concerning the oath and the uniforms of armies from Greater Poland

– General Józef Dowbor-Muśnicki ordered commanders to put his subordinate soldiers under oath the wording of which was formulated by the Supreme People's Council: “Before the Almighty, One and Trine God, I swear to serve Poland, my mother country, and the entire Polish Nation, always and everywhere [...], to act as a brave and righteous Polish soldier, and to take the soldier’s oath as approved by Polish state authorities after the unification of Poland.ˮ

– By order of General Józef Dowbor-Muśnicki, consistent uniforms and insignia for artillery and infantry were introduced.