If you want to find out if your Great-grandfather was in the Home Army best to contact the Warsaw Uprising Museum at: http://www.1944.pl/
and send them an email. I visited there a couple of years ago and they were very helpful, helping me find out more information about my two great-aunties who were both in the AK. I spoke to Agnieszka Pawelec you can email: apawelec@...
Not sure how you go about finding out if he was in the German Army but I'm sure this topic has been discussed before.
--- In Kresy-Siberia@yahoogroups.com, "atticusfinch1048" <AtticusFinch1048@...> wrote:
> I have another problem this time not related to my Great Grandmother as I am still chasing her NKVD arrest file etc.
> But my great Grandfather using the Red Cross Tracing scheme it tells me he was in Krakow in 1943 having escaped the grasp of the NKVD, but my blood has run cold as it says he was a sergeant in an infantry regiment. How will I be able to find out if it was the underground army or worse if he had been conscripted into the German Army. I am sure it wouldnt have been willingly as his son (my Grandfather) was in the UK with the Polish Army.
> Manchester UK