Exhibition “Belgium, 1914-1945: Witnesses in the Eye of the Storm”
The new travelling exhibition of the Remembrance of Auschwitz, titled “Belgium, 1914-1945: Witnesses in the Eye of the Storm”, can still be visited at the Royal Museum of the Armed Forces until Sunday, December 15th included.
On the eve of the commemoration of the First and Second World War, the Royal Museum of the Armed Forces welcomes one of the Remembrance of Auschwitz exhibitions from September 6th to December 15th, namely Belgium, 1914-1945: Witnesses in the Eye of the Storm. The exhibition runs through the great events of this turbulent period and links them to testimonies of deportees, allowing us to feel connected to the victims of the bloody conflicts.
Or how history and memory are complementary, presenting and explaining.
For more details: Exhibition “Belgium, 1914-1945: Witnesses in the Eye of the Storm”
Royal Museum of the Armed Forces and of Military History
Parc du Cinquantenaire, 3
Opening hours: from Tuesday till Sunday from 9.00 till 12.00 and from 13.00 till 16.45 (Closed on Mondays)
The catalogue of the exhibition consists of 174 pages and is for sale for €16.00.
- Preface: Parcours de vie et violence de masse (pdf in French) / Levensverhalen en massageweld (pdf in Dutch) [Life stories and mass violence] by Prof. Dr. Herman Van Goethem, Antwerp University, Curator Dossin Kazerne
- Introduction: Inleiding (pdf in Dutch) / Au commencement (pdf in French) by Philippe Mesnard, Curator of the Exhibition
For additional information, please contact Georges Boschloos:
Phone: +32 (0)2 512 79 98 – Fax: +32 (0)2 512 58 84 – Contact by e-mail