Piłsudski Museum expanded on the Battle of Warsaw centenary

The museum located in Sulejówek, on the outskirts of Warsaw, commemorates the great Polish general, Józef Piłsudski, who led the armed forces in the Battle against Lenin’s Bolshevik Russia.

The Battle of Warsaw in 1920 was one of the greatest victories in the history of the country. It was called the 18th most decisive battle in world history by British ambassador to Poland before WWII, lord Edgar Vincent D'Abernon, in which Piłsudski stopped the march of Bolshevik Russia heading towards the West of Europe. To commemorate the centenary of this battle, the Józef Piłsudski Museum in Sulejówek is opening a brand new building, further exploring the history of the Polish Leader.