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Museum 1940 – 1945

Museum 1940 - 1945

The position of the city of Dordrecht in May 1940 was unique and strategically important, partly because of its strategic location and the important rail and road bridges at Moerdijk and Zwijndrecht, both during the German invasion and during the German occupation. At the impending liberation of the south of the country in late 1944 and during the Allied advance the position of Dordrecht as a front city was of great strategic importance.

This was partly a reason for the founding of the Museum 1940 – 1945. The aim was to establish a museum that keeps the memory of the years 1939 to 1945 alive to inform current and future generations.

Opening times
Sunday 1pm – 5pm
Monday Closed
Tuesday 10am – 5pm
Wednesday 10am – 5pm
Thurday Closed
Friday 10am – 5pm
Saturday 10am – 5pm

Address
Nieuwe Haven 27 – 28
3311 AP Dordrecht
Phone: 078-6130172


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