Ladies and Gentlemen!
For over 15 years, one of the greatest concerns of the Institute of National Remembrance has been to keep alive the memory of the life of previous Polish generations in Poland and abroad. We make our best effort to save these histories from oblivion and from damage,, forming part of our own history and written down in different forms, while systematically extending our archive by collecting, storing, examining, protecting and making available old documents. Once accumulated in drawers, cellars or attics, these often forgotten documents, after being handed over to the collection of the Archive of the Institute of National Remembrance, enable us to build the archive. Learn more