The Home Army Museum (Muzeum Armii Krajowej) is the only museum in Poland that provides
a total view of the Polish fight against invaders and occupiers from east and west over
the last 100 years.
Of course, its main emphasis is on the largest, and longest lasting
anywhere in Europe, struggle against the Nazi invaders in World War II.
a unique collection of artifacts, weapons, insignia, maps, art, documents and uniforms.
The Committee appeals to all living members of the Polish Home Army (AK), and to
surviving families of those deceased, to donate any artifacts - documents, insignia,
uniforms, photographs, etc - to the Museum.
Financial donations, to assist in the work of maintaining and increasing the
collections, will also be greatly appreciated. Please contact the Museum at the address
shown above. You may also contact the Museum by E-mail or Fax.
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