Polish Naval Academy

Gdynia, Poland

  • Polish Naval Academy

    Established: 1922 Gdynia

    The history of the Polish Naval Academy dates back to 1 October, 1922 when Head of Maritime Department vice - Admiral Kazimierz Porębski ordered to establish Naval Officers' School.

    Branch: Polish Navy

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Polish Naval Academy