A Review by Xawery Pikus: Museum of The Home Army dedicated to Gen. Emil Fieldorf “Nil”

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Museum of The Home Army dedicated to Gen. Emil Fieldorf “Nil”

For those who want to find out about Polish history during the Second World War, I recommend The Home Army Museum named after general Emil Fieldorf “Nil”. It is worth visiting because this is the only such institution in Poland promoting knowledge about the Polish Underground Movement and its armed forces.

During a visit of the museum we can not only find out about the history of Armia Krajowa (Home Army) , but go back in time and experience the amazing story of these people. All thanks to exposed weapons, firearms, grenades. The Museum brought together nearly 7000 exhibits and more than 12000 archives – mostly gifts of army soldiers and their families around the world – historical memorabilia, often with tenor of relics.

The Museum was established in 2000 as a local self-government unit to popularize the culture…

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