The Branch of the War Museum of Nafplio has two floors in which it presents thematically the struggles of the Greek nation.
a. Tribute to the first governor of Greece Ioannis Kapodistrias and the city of Nafplio.
b. Tribute to the first Hellenic Army Academy, founded under the name “Central War School” by Ioannis Kapodistrias in Nafplio.
c. Period 1821-1897. Works of art, lithographs, engravings, weapons and archival material document in their own unique way the heroic Greek struggles for freedom.
d. Macedonian Struggle (1904-1908). Argolida participated with officers, such as Sarantos Agapinos (Captain Agra), Christos Tsolakopoulos (Captain Rebelo) and others. Works of art, lithographs, photographs, weapons and loot frame the exhibition of the period.
e. Balkan Wars 1912-13. The 8th Regiment (Nafplio) participated under the command of Colonel Antonios Kampanis. Works of art, folk lithographs, photographs, heirlooms and weapons tell stories about the naval battles of the Aegean, the Evzonous and the Bizani.
f. World War I Lithographs, photographs, heirlooms and weapons bring the era to life.
a. Greek-Italian War and Greek-German War 1940-41 Lithographs, heirlooms, photographs, weapons and loot convey the excitement of the people, developments on the front and conflicts.
b. Occupation-Resistance Photos, heirlooms, souvenirs and weapons capture the difficult moments of Greece.
c. Tribute to the Hellenic forces in the Middle East.
d. Liberation. On October 12, 1944, the capital was liberated. The Greek people enthusiastically welcomed the coveted freedom. Photos, souvenirs, loot and weapons record the events.
e. Hellenic Army Academy Insignia, medals, uniforms, photographs and publications show moments from the history of the Hellenic Army Academy.