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The Memorial Alsace-Moselle in Schirmeck, France, retraces the history of the region of Alsace and Moselle from 1870 to the present day, with a particular focus on WWII and the totalitarian system. Part of the museum is dedicated to the French-German reconciliation and to European reconstruction after the war.
The Centre Européen du Résistant Déporté can be found on the site of the former Struthof concentration camp, near Natzwiller, in France. The Centre was inaugurated in November 2005 and is exclusively dedicated to the history of the former camp. The collections include photos, archival documents, original objects and drawings. Remains of the camp can be seen when leaving the museum.
MMPark is located in La Wantsenau, ten kilometres from Strasbourg, in Alsace, France. The exhibition covers an area which exceeds 7,000 m² and presents a huge collection dedicated to WWII and to the main belligerents. Hundreds of mannequins, armoured vehicles, trucks, motorcycles, personal belongings, an airplane, a German speedboat, and more are on display.
Memorial Museum of the Maginot Line of the Rhine, Marckolsheim commemorates the fierce fighting of 15, 16 and 17 June 1940, which resulted in the destruction of over 80% of the town. The original firing chambers, generating unit, sleeping quarters and command post can be visited. The museum presents photographs taken in 1939 and 1940 as well as original weapons and military vehicles.
The Casemate of Aschenbach in Uffheim is an interval infantry casemate of the Maginot Line, composed of two firing chambers. Between 1990 and 2005, the casemate was restored by the Memorial Ligne Maginot Association of Haute-Alsace. Today the association offers guided tours of the casemate and organises a military re-enactment show.
The Four-a-Chaux is a Maginot Line fortress in Lembach, Alsace built between 1930 and 1935 and covering an area of 26 hectares. The guided visit of the fortress features the living quarters and equipment used to operate the cannons and moving turrets. It also provides information on the Maginot Line and the forts of the region.
The Schoenenbourg Fort is the most important Maginot Line fortification in Alsace, France. The fort has been open to the public since 1978. The barracks and kitchens, the command post, gun positions and other former locations can be visited. The museum presents documents on the history of the Maginot Line and on military life in a fort.