The museum traces the history of Luxembourg between 1940 and 1945, under the Nazi oppression, through the reactions of the people (passive resistance, resistance movements, forced enrolment, strike, refractory, Luxemburger in the maquis and in the Allied forces ) until liberation, by photos, objects and works of art. Different rooms deal with the Nazi repression and the concentration camp system, as well as the fate of the Jews of Luxembourg.
The museum is a member of the Mulux Network and ICOM Luxembourg.
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43 authors, 54 articles en French and German
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10am – 6pm
|Luxembourg Museum Days 2021
The museum offers free guided tours of the memory trail through Esch-sur-Alzette, which provide an insight into the history of the town and its population during the period 1940-1945.
: Frauen im luxemburgischen und französischen Widerstand
Thematic evening in German on Zoom and YouTube
Please note that, until further notice, the number of visitors is limited to 8 in the exhibition rooms. On arrival at the museum, the application of hydro-alcoholic gel on your hands is obligatory. Wearing a mask is mandatory throughout the museum during your visit. Physical distancing must be respected: make sure to keep a distance of 2 m at any time.
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