AbstractThe protection of historic properties in case of an armed conflict and crisis situations should be a part of public tasks. The fundamental act regulating the issue of the historic buildings preservation in Poland is the Act of 23 July 2003 on the protection of monuments and the care of historical monuments. In terms of the monuments protection in case of danger, the managers of the organisational units, and bodies preparing monuments protection plans or employees authorized by them are responsible for the organisation, co-ordination, and directing of the preparatory work. In turn, the heritage preservation plans are an integral part of the civil defence plans and are the subject to the annual update
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