Polish National Committee (1831–32)

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The Polish National Committee (Polish: Komitet Narodowy Polski) of 1831 to 1832 was one of the first Polish organizations of the Great Emigration into France.

It was founded soon after the failure of the November Uprising, led by Joachim Lelewel.

It tried to gather various groups of Polish republicans, but despite support from French republicans, it ended its activity in 1832, both due to being closed by French police, and due to internal tensions.