Poznan Uhlans (light cavalry armed with lances, sabres, and pistols) were born in 1918, but were known until 1939 as the 15th Regiment, lovingly called by Poznan's citizens "Poznan's Children". They were revered for their part in the WW1 and WW2. The exhibition displays photographs depicting their everyday lives, military parades against city landscapes and details of their military outfits. There are many personal items on display on loan from the families of these brave soldiers. The exhibition celebrates the 100th anniversary of their creation.