Did you know that The World War II began with Germany’s attack on Poland at the Polish military base on the outskirts of Gdańsk on September 1, 1939?
It’s therefore this remarkable museum commemorating one of the biggest global conflict in the world has been built in Gdańsk.
Impressive exhibits, interactive displays, amazing architecture makes this museum experience outstanding even if you are not a huge museum enthusiast.
The museum begins its story from actions that led to the outbreak. The exhibition narration is deprived of emphasizing glorious war campaigns or heroic battles. Instead, the museum focuses on everyday life in the occupied countries, city bombings, fate of war prisoners and sufferings of prisoners in concentration camps, Holocaust, slave work, resistance. The exhibition tells about the influence of the war on the reality of the postwar, everyday life, justice, expulsions and return from exile, reconstruction and, finally, Europe’s division into two hostile blocks.
Our professional tour guide will lead you throughout one of the most interesting museums in Gdańsk.
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