The Polish Cavalry...
Stories of Independence - Horsemen in the Age of Armor, the Polish Cavalry 1918 1939, lecture by Jacek Czarnecki.
The Polish Armed Forces Exhibit opened in 1984 on the decommissioned light cruiser, USS Little Rock, in the Buffalo & Erie County Naval & Military Park.
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This page celebrates the Polish Armed Forces Exhibit that opened on August 19th, 1984. The purpose is to honor the six million Polish people who lost their lives during World War II in defense of their homeland and share the history about these freedom fighters. This permanent exhibit will not only honor those brave men and women who gave their lives in the pursuit of freedom, but also commemorate the achievements and glories of the Polish Forces during the war. An exhibit such as this will serve as a reminder to those who fought, along with future generations of the vital role that Polish Forces played in the Allied victory. Polands' forces, (the third largest Allied Army) played a decisive part in many of the battles that broke the Axis strength and led it to complete destruction. Please view the many Photo Albums of veterans, artifacts and read their stories. Click on a Photo to view & enlarge, select the Options button and select Download to Save the high quality image or read any News text with the zoom feature. The unofficial page and creator is not affiliated with the veterans, exhibits Committee or the Naval Park.
Also, please visit the Polish Armed Forces monument on the Heroes Walk.