The Wroclaw Military Museum

The Wrocław Military Museum is housed in the 15th century City Arsenal building and is a natural continuation of the military purpose of this defensive building and former weapons store. Its collections are displayed in four permanent exhibitions: Early Arms, Firearms and White Arms, which presents the armament of the Polish soldier from the 18th to the 20th century, including an exceptionally valuable collection of sabres and other small arms. The Museum also houses a collection of military helmets, unique in Europe, displayed in the Jacek Kijak Hall.

The Museum also houses the permanent exhibition The Uniform of the Polish Soldier. The exhibition presents 60 uniforms from the Museum's collection. It is one of the largest collections of its kind in Poland. The exhibition presents uniforms (jackets and uniform blouses) and headgear used by the Polish soldier in the years 1939-1945 on the Polish and European fronts.

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The Wrocław Military Museum is housed in the 15th century City Arsenal building and is a natural continuation of the military purpose of this defensive building and former weapons store. Its collections are displayed in four permanent exhibitions: Early Arms, Firearms and White Arms, which presents the armament of the Polish soldier from the 18th to the 20th century, including an exceptionally valuable collection of sabres and other small arms. The Museum also houses a collection of military helmets, unique in Europe, displayed in the Jacek Kijak Hall.

The Museum also houses the permanent exhibition The Uniform of the Polish Soldier. The exhibition presents 60 uniforms from the Museum's collection. It is one of the largest collections of its kind in Poland. The exhibition presents uniforms (jackets and uniform blouses) and headgear used by the Polish soldier in the years 1939-1945 on the Polish and European fronts.

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