Temporary exhibition Romanian Army in the Great War 1916-1918
This year, in August, they are fulfilled 105 years since Romania's entry into the First World War and the establishment of the Second Army whose traditions were taken over by the 2nd Getica Division with command in Buzau.
On this occasion, the National Military Museum King Ferdinand I in collaboration with the Buzău County Museum, with the support of the Buzău County Council and the 2nd Infantry Division herald, organize the exhibition "Romanian Army in the Great War 1916-1918".
The joint museographic approach proposes to the public a meeting with the Romanian soldiers who fought for the national integration, through images, documents and patrimony objects from the deposits of the National Military Museum “King Ferdinand I”, Bucharest.
A special place in the exhibition is reserved for the marshal's personality Alexandru Averescu, commander of the Second Army in 1916-1917, to whose name the victories at Mărăști and Oituz are linked.
The exhibition will be open to the public at the headquarters of the Buzău County Museum, in the day of August 3, 2021, at 10:00 and can be visited between 03.08.2021-15.01.2022.