The Indian National Army (INA) War Museum is located inside the INA Memorial Complex in Moirang, Manipur. It is the only official museum dedicated to Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose, the rise of the INA, and Netaji'scontribution to the Indian independence movement as well as the Second World War. Inaugurated on September 23, 1969, the museum showcases relics from WWII that were found in the fields of Manipur such as bullets, bombshells, soldiers' helmets, etc. It also displays over 100 photos of Netaji and the INA, maps, insignia, currency notes, facile letters of Netaji, INA badges, and Japanese amulets.
The museum has a gallery of the historical personalities of Manipur, as well as a gallery of Manipuri soldiers who were in the INA. The INA Memorial, of which the museum is a part, was also the location where the Indian tricolour flag was hoisted for the second time on Indian soil on April 14, 1944. A lot of the artefacts from WWII are not a part of any private collection but were collected by the government during various excavations, or were just found lying around. There are a library and an auditorium on the premises as well.
According to the museum guide, this is a photograph of Netaji delivering the speech in which he said the iconic words, 'Give me blood, and I will give you freedom.'
The museum houses some relics from WWII found in the fields of Manipur. These are shredded uniforms and pins etc., used by soldiers at the time.
In 1944, the INA formed a provisional government. This provisional government not only had a Cabinet but also issued stamps, which have been displayed at the museum.
A replica of the INA Memorial in Singapore, the foundation stone of which was laid by Netaji in 1945, but was subsequently demolished by the British Armed Forces.