World War I saw an enormous change in the landscape of Europe. Poland was on the verge of gaining back it's independence after decades of rule from foreign powers. The events of the war were not the only effects that took place, but there were changes in the political, administrative and social aspects of everyday life. At the start of the war, Warsaw was part of the Russian Empire and the end it was the capital of a reborn Polish state. The exhibition will include various works by Józef Rapacki and Feliks Jabłczyński and photographs by Stanisław Nofok-Sowiński and Henryk Poddębski. In addition, it will include items borrowed from Warsaw's museums and artefacts from social organisations related to the rebirth of the nation.
Open 10:00 - 19:00. Closed Mon.Oct 262018
- Dec 302018