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2019-09-12 NEWS
Polish History Museum receives the Mauthausen-Gusen camp commandant's interrogation report
A notebook with a report from the interrogation of the last commandant of the Mauthausen-Gusen camp Franz Ziereis, several documents and a drawing from the collection of the former concentration camp inmate Aleksander Ziółek have arrived at the Polish History Museum.
2019-09-11 FAMILIES
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2019-09-03 NEWS
Opening of the Exhibition General Stanisław Maczek and His Soldiers
Krakowskie Przedmieście Street next to Zamkowy Square in Warsaw is now a venue for a unique open-air exhibition prepared by the Polish History Museum in cooperation with the General Maczek Museum in the Dutch city of Breda. After the Polish capital, where it can be viewed until 28 September, the trilingual exhibition (presented in Polish, English and Dutch) will travel exactly to Breda, liberated by the soldiers of General Stanisław Maczek’s First Armoured Division.
2019-09-02 NEWS
Exhibition General Stanisław Maczek and His Soldiers
A soldier who never lost a battle, Gen. Stanisław Maczek is the main protagonist of an open-air multimedia exhibition organised by the Polish History Museum in cooperation with the General Maczek Museum in the Dutch city of Breda in three language versions.
2019-08-19 NEWS
Henryk Gruber's Archive Transferred to Polish History Museum
A Polish Legions military service book, documents signed by, inter alia, Józef Piłsudski and a Virtuti Militari order holder’s attestation feature among Henryk Gruber’s archival items donated by his family to the Polish History Museum.
2019-06-28 ARTICLES
Poznań, June 1956
On 28 and 29 June 1956, workers’ protests broke out in Poznań, and subsequently turned into street fighting. The army was deployed by the Communist authorities to crush the unrest. At least 79 lives were lost as a result, and more than 600 people were wounded.
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