Every year on 1 August Warsaw commemorates the outbreak of the Warsaw Uprising. The fights against Nazi occupation in Warsaw, organised by the Home Army (Armia Krajowa) started on 1 August 1944 at 5 pm and lasted for 63 days.
The Potsdam Conference was the last of the wartime meetings of the Big Three. It lasted from 17 July to 2 August 1945. The three powers were represented by the Soviet leader Joseph Stalin, British Prime Minister Winston Churchill (later replaced by Clement Attlee) and US President Harry Truman.
The exhibition was officially opened in Budapest in front of the National Museum on 2 July by Zoltán Balog, Hungarian Minister of Human Resources.
30 June - 8 August 2015, National Museum in Budapest