On the day before the anniversary of the events that have gone down in history as the Battle for Białystok, we invite you to the Army Museum in Białystok (7 Kilińskiego Street). On that day we are open from 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. A large part of our permanent exhibition “Between Two Wars” is dedicated to the events of 1920 where we present the uniforms, equipment and armament of soldiers who took part in the Polish-Bolshevik war.
Publications about the battle and its participants are still available in the museum shop:
Dobroński, M. Gajewski, “Białystok 1920″, 104 p., photos p. b. and col., hardcover, 2019, price – PLN 25.
Gajewski, ‘The bravest of the brave. Majr Józef Bronisław Marjański (1892-1920)”, 112 pp, photo p./b. and col., hardcover, 2006, price – 25 zloty
Marek Gajewski will also be the guide of the historical walk, which will start at 1 p.m. The place where participants will gather is the entrance of the Military Cemetery at 11 Listopada Street. Walking route: Military Cemetery – Zwierzyniecka Street – Bema Street – Marjańskiego Street – Suraska Street – Kościuszki Square. Duration approx. 90 minutes. Participation in the event is free of charge.