Witness the history of Dutch resistance to German occupation during World War II at Verzetsmuseum Amsterdam. This site tells the story of the Netherlands and its people from May 1940 to May 1945, when Nazi forces occupied the country. Discover the museum's permanent exhibit, which recreates everyday life for Dutch people in the 1930s and 1940s. Experience the feeling of walking down German-occupied streets in the Netherlands, and learn about small acts of resistance and larger historical moments of opposition during this time. Every country has its own piece of World War II history to share, and this museum is a wonderful place to learn about the Dutch perspective. Plan to visit Verzetsmuseum Amsterdam and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Amsterdam attractions using our Amsterdam trip itinerary planner.
Verzetsmuseum Amsterdam Reviews
我去過上海猶太難民博物館。它很小，而且製品不完整。它是關於平民難民的生活，但與平民囚犯作戰的人相比，它相形見絀。在這個抵抗博物館，我發現展品組織得很好，有很多照片，視頻和物品。看完博物館後，你會覺得生活很艱難，但你不會被悲傷所壓倒。反而，博物館會激發你，鼓勵做人要更堅強。參觀結束後，您可以前往附近的猶太博物館。這裡還為您提供安妮弗蘭克博物館的步行指南。 more »I went to the Jewish People's Museum in Shanghai. It is small and the product is incomplete. It is about the lives of civilian people, but compared to those who fight against civilian prisoners, it 絀. At this resistance museum, I found that the exhibits were well organized, with lots of photos, videos and items. After reading the museum, you will feel that life is very harder, but you will not be crushed by grief. On the contrary, the museum will stimulate you, encourage a man to be more strong. After the end of the audience, you can visit the nearby Jewish Museum. Here you are Annifer a walking guide to the Kerber Museum.
Beau musée avec audio guide en français. Très intéressant et ludique pour les enfants. Dommage qu’il n’y est pas un sens de circulation. more »Beautiful Museum with audio guide in French. Very interesting and playful for children. Too bad there is not a sense of traffic.
A very dense, informative museum. There's so much in here that you'd either need to return several times to process it all, or spend several hours going through it very slowly. The rotating set of exhibits (The Dutch invasion through German eyes was on display when I went) add another dimension to really help you understand the Dutch resistance.
Very informative museum, but very dense. There is no way you can read all the information in here. Shows what life in the Netherlands was like during ww2. Also features a section talking about the Dutch colonies in Asia during the war, which I found very interesting and important as there is not usually much attention given to that area during that period
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