The exhibition "1956: Poland-Hungary. History and Remembrance" is one of the elements of joint activities of the Institute of National Remembrance, Committee of National Remembrance and Hungarian Cultural Institute in Warsaw, carried out on the occasion of the falling this year 60th anniversary of the events of 1956 in Poland and Hungary.
Exhibition "Stalin's Polish Army" talks about times from the beginning of Second World War to the middle of 50s. Army created in 1943 by the Stalin's order, despite of the blood shed by thousands of soldiers on the frontline, played mostly political role- has been used as a bargaining chip in diplomatic games, tool of indoctrination and part of organised by communist's apparatus of repression.
The new temporary exhibition: "Polish Army Uniforms from Constitution of 3rd May, till November Uprising
„Polish Army Uniforms from Constitution of 3rd May (1791), till November Uprising (1831)” is an exhibition about the most beautiful period in the history of Polish military uniform.