A pic of Polish PPS wz. 43/52 submachine guns in Cuba.
This is a pic of a EJT parade in Havana, Cuba during the late 1980s. They are carrying Polish made PPS wz. 43/52 submachine guns. The PPS wz. 43/52 is a version with a lengthened receiver and a fixed wooded stock. The EJT stands for EjÚrcito Juvenil del Trabajo, or Youth Labor Army, which is a worker's militia consisting of teenagers. I suspect that REMOV might find this a bit interesting.
Last edited by KVLG; 03-01-2009 at 02:17 PM.
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Interesting pic, I actually believe that one of my grandfathers used that wepon when they were in the army.
Thanks, it is interesting. The export of the Polish small arms as well as the production numbers is still confidential information.