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The Polish Underground Movement Study Trust

The Polish Underground Movement (1939-1945) Study Trust (PUMST), was founded in London in 1947. It is a research and academic institution, which contains historical material on the Polish Underground State (the Underground Administration and the Polish Home Army - Armia Krajowa) during the Second World War. Among its founders were Tadeusz BÓR-Komorowski, Kazimierz Iranek-Osmecki, Antoni Chrusciel, Tadeusz Żenczykowski,Tadeusz Pełczyński as well as a great many other leading members of the Polish Underground from the war years...

PUMST Archive

Archival holdings of the Polish Underground Movement Study Trust

A unique and one of the most valuable archival collection of some 90 fonds, some containing a few files to over a dozen linear metres of files. In technical terms, it is about 240-250 running meters...

PUMST Library

Library holdings of the Polish Underground Movement Study Trust

The Library has one of the largest collections of printed matter assembled over decades, on the subject of the Polish Underground State and the Home Army, outside Poland...

Museum Pieces - PUMST

Museum pieces at the PUMST

PUMST’s museum pieces are modest, but a unique collection.  They provide visual variety complementing the archival holdings...

The Polish Underground Movement (1939-1945) Study Trust

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PUMST
11 Leopold Road
London W5 3PB
United Kingdom

T: +44 (0)20 8992 6057

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