Polish General Staff

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Badge for officers with an academic degree serving in the Polish General Staff (1918–1939).

Polish General Staff, also the General Staff of the Polish Armed Forces (Polish: Sztab Generalny Wojska Polskiego) is the highest professional body within the Polish Armed Forces. Organizationally, it is a part of the Ministry of National Defence.

It was created in 1918, and for a time bore the name Main Staff (Sztab Główny).

Currently the position of Chief of the General Staff of the Polish Armed Forces (Szef Sztabu Generalnego Wojska Polskiego) is General Mieczysław Gocuł, since 7 May 2013.

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Second Polish Republic

Polish government-in-exile

Republic of Poland / People's Republic of Poland

Third Polish Republic

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