On December 31, 1920 the General Congress of the Polish Scout Association began in Warsaw. Members of the scout organization which was created in the beginning of November of 1918 in Lublin approved the texts of the Law and Oath of a Scout developed on the basis of the regulations of 1911. The congress lasted until January 2, 1921. The scout movement played a crucial role in patriotic upbringing of the Polish youth during the inter-War period.
Figure: Scouts on the parade on the occasion of the 15th anniversary of the 3rd Silesian Uprising, from the collection of the National Digital Archive