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NEW EXHIBITION 'EGO, REMEMBER ME'

Now on display in the Airborne Museum, 'EGO, REMEMBER ME'. An exhibition seen from the human perspective during the Battle of Arhhem. 

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EXHIBITION 'GOING HOME'

Follow the impressive travels of the 93-year-old Polish veteran of the Battle of Arnhem and his beloved. This first-hand story is about the enormous stream of Polish war refugees, the country’s subjugation and the search of two lovers for each other and for a home. The exhibition will be on display from 3 June to 31 December at the Airborne Museum.

Visit this unique museum and learn why freedom should never be taken for granted.

Come and experience the Battle of Arnhem in this modern and very appealing museum. The Airborne Experience allows you to follow in the footsteps of British parachutists as they make their way to Arnhem in September 1944 and to meet the cheering citizens who had been oppressed by the German occupiers for four long years. But the bridge at Arnhem was a `bridge too far´.

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Veterans Geoffrey Roberts and David Whiteman offer first copy of 'Return of the Liberators' Airborne Museum

On Friday 16 September at 15h00 the book and the dvd ‘Return of the Liberators 1945 – 2015’, published by The London Taxi Benevolent Association for War Disabled, are presented in the Airborne Museum. Book and dvd are a compilation of the London Taxis travels of Second World War veterans. War veterans Geoffrey Roberts and David Whiteman who both made these travels three times tell about it on 16 September.

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Red beret back again in the Airborne Museum

From Tuesday 13 September a special object has returned; the red beret of Brigadier John Hackett. During the Battle of Arnhem Hacket was in command of the 4th Brigade of the Parachute Regiment of the British 1st Airborne Division. From now on the beret is shown in the Airborne Museum 'Hartenstein' every year from 1 July till 31 December.

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RARE SHOWPIECE IN NEW EXHIBITION

 

This picture shows the employees of Crown transport company, together with Hans Bruinzeel, manager education & presentation and Sarah Thurlings-Heijse, director of the Airborne Museum.

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