National Liberation Museum 1944 - 1945, Groesbeek

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  • You get a very good overview of the violence of the war in this environment. So the scale model is a very good tool. Also the list of all the fallen.
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  • We went to this museum, attracted by the exposition ' Rosie the Riveter ' about women who took over the work of the men in the war. Nice Exposition. The museum is larger than we thought and there is a lot to see and enough info/stuff to for a moment and you realize how it was in the war. The test of time is clear. There is probably no money to renovate and to introduce more modern ways of exhibiting. To the meaning of the events in the war all the way through to insist: combine a visit to this museum with a visit to the (very well maintained) Canadian cemetery, which is located on the beautiful Zevenheuvelenweg.
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  • A museum where every one go. We were kindly greeted by the staff and were given a great explanation how we had to walk and that the museum was divided in phases. This gebuerde with color on walls and floors. Before the war, at the war and during the liberation and after. Also there was another tent where all the names of the fallen allies on plates. Good to once again thinking what has happened in the past. It is not a war museum, so expect no tanks ed. There is only one for the door. Free parking and there is a large restaurant where one can drink what and for the small lunch.
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