3rd Brigade, Polish Legions
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3rd Brigade, Polish Legions
Operations of the Polish Legions

Brigade III of the Polish Legions (Polish: III Brygada Legionów Polskich) was a unit of the Austro-Hungarian Army, manned by Austrian Poles. It was formed in 1915, existed till 1917, and was a part of the Polish Legions in World War I.


The Third Brigade was formed on 8 May 1915, as part of the Polish Legions in World War I.

The Brigade commanders included: Zygmunt Zieli?ski (April 1915 - September 1915), Wiktor Grzesicki (September 1915 - July 1916), Stanis?aw Szeptycki (July 1916 - October 1916), and Boles?aw Roja (?).

In 1917 the III Brigade together with the I Brigade followed Józef Pi?sudski during the Oath crisis, refusing to swear the oath, and was disbanded.


Major battles fought by the Third Brigade included:


The Third Brigade comprised 2 infantry regiments (the 4th, 5th and the 6th periodically served in it), a cavalry regiment (the 3rd), artillery battalions, and support units.


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