General Inspector of the Armed Forces (Polish: Generalny Inspektor Sił Zbrojnych; GISZ) was an office created in Poland in 1926. The General Inspector reported directly to the President, and was not responsible to the Sejm or the government. In the event of war, the General Inspector was to become the Commander-in-Chief.
List of General Inspectors of the Armed Forces (1926-1980)
After Rydz-Śmigły went into exile on September 18, 1939, all General Inspectors were in exile (and increasingly connected with educational activities such as cooperation with the Polish Institute and Sikorski Museum)
After Duch's death, in place of the GISZ, a Military Council was created, led by Maj. Gen. Klemens Rudnicki.