On 26 and 29 November, a documentary film produced by the Polish History Museum titled "For your Captivity and ours" will be screened during the twelfth edition of the Vistula Polish Film Festival held in Slovakia for the first time ever.
Exactly 75 years after the 1st Polish Armour Division took control of the Dutch city of Breda driving the Germans out, the Polish History Museum has made films about its commander General Stanisław Maczek (known as a ‘hero of five nations’) and Marian Walentynowicz, one of the soldiers fighting under his command.
Polish president Andrzej Duda and King of the Netherlands Willem-Alexander paid tribute to Gen. Stanisław Maczek and his soldiers in Breda on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the city’s liberation by the 1st Armoured Division. After the parade, director of the Polish History Museum Robert Kostro presented the PHM’s exhibition General Stanisław Maczek and His Soldiers to the president and the first lady.
An exhibition titled 'Free with the Free and Equal with the Equal' has opened at the National Historical Museum in Minsk to mark the 450th anniversary of the signing of the Union of Lublin. Its main exhibit is a replica of the Union of Lublin Act presented by the Polish History Museum.
On 23 October, an exhibition titled "Free with the Free and Equal with the Equal" is opening at the National Historical Museum in Minsk as part of the observance of the 450th anniversary of the signing of the Union of Lublin.
"General Stanisław Maczek and His Soldiers" is the title of an open-air exhibition that can now be viewed by inhabitants of the Dutch city Breda. Prepared by the Polish History Museum (PHM) in cooperation with the General Maczek Museum in Breda, the exhibition is part of the observance of the 75th anniversary of the city’s liberation from the German occupation by the Polish army. It has been financially supported by the Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.
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