The War Museum of Nafplio was inaugurated in 1988 and is located on Amalias Street, behind Megalos Dromos (Vasileos Konstantinou Street). Housed in the building of the First Academy, it displays exhibits dating from 1821 until the liberation of the Greeks from the German forces in 1944.
The museum is split over two floors and its concern is the Struggles of the Greek Nation. On the first floor you will be able to admire exhibits devoted to the first governor of Greece, Ioannis Kapodistrias, the history of Nafplio during the Greek Revolution, the First Academy, called the "Main War School" during the period 1821-1897, the Macedonian Struggle (1904-1908), the Balkan Wars (1912-1913) and World War I.
On the second floor the exhibits are divided into the Asia Minor Campaign (1919-1922), the Greek-Italian War (1940-1941), the German Invasion (1941), the Battle of Crete (1941), the Occupation-Resistance, the Greek government in Egypt after the conquest of the country in 1941, Liberation and the Army Academy.