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The Occupation Museum Aarhus (Besaettelsesmuseet) is a history museum that is housed in the former city hall and police station of the city. The museum is dedicated to the history of Aarhus during the occupation by Germany during World War II. The former city hall served as the Gestapo headquarters for Jutland during the war. The Occupation Museum focuses on major local events during the war, including the Aarhus Air Raid, the 1944 explosion in the Port of Aarhus, the activities of informant Grethe Bartram and the resistance movement in general.

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History & Anthropology  History & Anthropology

Occupation Museum Aarhus
Mathilde Fibigers Have 2
8000 Aarhus
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