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Airborne Museum 'Hartenstein'

NEW 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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PROF. MR. PIETER VAN VOLLENHOVEN OPENS EXHIBITION

We are very honoured that on September 1, 2016 professor mr. Pieter van Vollenhoven. on behalf of the Dutch Royal House, will open the exhibition 'EGO, Vergeet mij niet' ('EGO, Don't forget me')

The exhibition will be open to the public on 2 September.

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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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Personal story symbol of Polish suffering WOII New exhibition Airborne Museum ‘Hartenstein’

Personal story symbol of Polish suffering WOII in the new exhibition 'Going Home'

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