Poland: Tribute to Georges Clemenceau and the French Military Mission
On 25 October, Georges Clemenceau Square was officially opened in Warsaw, by French ambassador Pierre Levy, the Polish ambassador, the chair of the association of members of the Legion of Honour and the National Order of Merit, and the chief executive of Warsaw City Council.
The square is a tribute to Georges Clemenceau, and in particular his political choices in favour of Poland’s independence and the freedom of its people.
The opening was followed by the preview of a photographic exhibition to mark the centenary of the arrival of the French Military Mission in Poland. The pictures in the exhibition show how the Mission supported the reconstruction of the Polish Army after the First World War.