Operational Warfare in War College and War Studies University
[ 1 ] Katedra Historii Wojskowości i Studiów Nad Obronnością, Instytut Historii Wojskowej, Akademia Sztuki Wojennej | [ P ] employee
- Akademia Sztuki Wojennej
- Szkolnictwo wojskowe
- Szkolnictwo wyższe
- Sztuka operacyjna
- Warszawa (woj. mazowieckie)
- Wyższa Szkoła Wojenna
EN Having own operational warfare based on deeply rooted domestic military culture and positively verified combat cases, being now historical experiences inspiring next generations, is one of the foundations of the armed forces. Polish art of war in the 20th century developed freely in the Second Republic of Poland: it was a period, when the foundations for Polish operational art were established. Poland, in consequence of a betrayal by its western allies, after World War II found itself in the Soviet zone of influences, and this meant breaking up with the achievements of the Second Republic of Poland, including the art of war. Regaining Independence at the break of 1989/1990 was a distinct turning point in the development of the art of war, and meant the necessity to search for new solutions adequate for the challenges stemming from contemporary geopolitical location, as well as from its defense self-sufficiency. This required a new outlook on operational warfare. The following turning point was the membership in North-Atlantic Alliance and the participation of the Polish Armed Forces in stabilization operations in the Balkans, Iraq, and Afghanistan. Both in the Second Republic of Poland and today, military education of command and staff professionals had a significant impact on Polish operational art.
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