The Museum of Army Poznań documents the history of the military system in Greater Poland Poznan rising from 1918 to the September Campaign 1939 and the effect of the underground army during the Second World War. The collection includes a wide range of exhibits from this period: mementoes, military; Graphics, pictures, documents, publications, press, photographs and films. Currently the building is thoroughly renovated. Accessible to visitors is the time exhibition “The finds from the battlefield of the Bzura.”
The Army Poznań was one of the seven armies in the Polish army was divided to defend the territory of Poland before the German attack in 1939. Commander of the Army Poznań Division General Tadeusz Kutrzeba was called one of the most brilliant Polish General Staff officers of his time.