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Homeless people, sex workers, single mothers, large poor families, the long-term unemployed. This is only a fraction of the highly diverse group of people who were labelled ‘antisocial’ by the National Socialists between 1933 and 1945. This exhibition tells their stories, in both Germany and the occupied Netherlands.
Every May since 1990, Plzeň goes notionally back to 1945. The Liberation festival is held here and people from all over the world come here to celebrate the liberation by the US Army with the inhabitants of the town, military veterans and their families together.
The “Whosoever Saves a Single Life, Saves an Entire Universe” guest exhibition narrates the tale of the many Lithuanian citizens who -at the risk of endangering their own lives- saved many Jews during the Second World War.
A history lesson on the illustrated poster.
The exhibition sets out to explore the complex relations between photography and war from the emergence of this new medium on a battlefield, in the mid-19th century, to nowadays.
A presentation on the new Allied Museum at the Tempelhof AIrport
An exhibition of the German Resistance Memorial Center about one of the most fascinating court-cases of German history.
"Liberation" as a Common European Experience? German-Dutch Colloquium on the Perception of the end of the war in 1945".
Organised by Liberation Route NRW e. V. in cooperation with the Vrijheidsmuseum in Groesbeek and the Liberation Route Germany e. V.
This exhibition presents photographs taken by women during armed conflicts spanning almost 80 years.
An exhibition conceived by the Washington Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) on Nazi propaganda, enriched by a French section on Petainist propaganda by the Fondation du Camp des Milles - Mémoire et Éducation.
The special exhibition deals both with the areas of use of forced labourers in agriculture and forestry or in industry.
The French artist C215 honours fighters with legendary and unparalleled achievements.
Generations: Portraits of Holocaust Survivors, is a new photography exhibition and brings together over 50 contemporary portraits of Holocaust survivors and their families.
The exhibition tells the stories of Jews living in Tarnóws' Ghetto during WWII.
This exhibition throws some light on lesser known places and countries, which also suffered of the nazi's cruality during the war.
The exhibition looks at the fate of homosexuals and lesbians during the Second World War.
The Juno Beach Centre in Courseulles-sur-Mer is organising a new temporary exhibition "From Dieppe to Juno" from 12 March 2022 to commemorate the 80 years anniversary of the Dieppe raid.
On 22 June 1941, the German Reich invades the Soviet Union. By the end of the war, the Wehrmacht has captured around 5.7 million servicemen and women of the Red Army. Their treatment was criminal.
This new exhibition covers the events of 1938 to late 1939. Focusing on the team of early pioneers who set up the wartime codebreaking headquarters at Bletchley Park in the build-up to World War Two, this is a story of teamwork and ingenuity at a time of global challenge.
Militracks is on Saturday 14 May and Sunday 15 May 2022. The military collectibles market opens at 09:00, at the same time as the gates to the grounds open. The vehicles begin driving starting at 09:30. From that time, there will be on-going rides, with a short lunch break at noon. Militracks lasts on both days until 17:00.
Prestigious national display about the Second Word War on 3,000 m².