Enter the Home Army Museum and learn about the Polish homeland resistance to Nazi occupation
See a variety of artifacts donated by the families of ex-soldiers
Discover more about a lesser-known aspect of Polish history
Enter the Home Army Museum and learn more about the history of Poland during its occupation in World War II. Explore this beautifully-restored 3 storey railway building which houses a permanent exhibition focusing on the history of the Polish Underground State and the Home Army who resisted Nazi occupation.
See a variety of artifacts and memorabilia from this era, mostly dedicated by the families of ex-soldiers and resistance leaders. Learn about civilian and military life during the war years, and the significant efforts undertaken by those who resisted the Nazi regime.
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