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Civil defense

Self-defence group

Protection of lives and property of citizens, as well as the national property was supposed to be based on properly trained civilians connected with one another by the place of residence or workplace. In residential buildings and workplaces, for every 500-1,000 people there was one self-defence group whose basic duties included: training with respect to...
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30 Aug

Self-defence group

Protection of lives and property of citizens, as well as the national property was supposed to be based on properly trained civilians connected with one another by the place of residence or workplace. In residential buildings and workplaces, for every 500-1,000 people there was one self-defence group whose basic duties included: training with respect to...

History of civil defence and shelter building after 1945

Shortly after the end of World War 2, mid-war provisions of air defence applied in Poland. On 26 February 1951, the lower house of the Polish parliament (Sejm) adopted a law establishing the Territorial Air Defence. Pursuant to the resolution of the Council of Ministers of 10 October 1952, large investments in protective structures began....
30 Aug
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30 Aug

History of civil defence and shelter building after 1945

Shortly after the end of World War 2, mid-war provisions of air defence applied in Poland. On 26 February 1951, the lower house of the Polish parliament (Sejm) adopted a law establishing the Territorial Air Defence. Pursuant to the resolution of the Council of Ministers of 10 October 1952, large investments in protective structures began....

Territorial Air Defence protective structures

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