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Genocide and mass violence

The fate of the Gypsies

Before leaving the first part of this room on the Holocaust, take some time to consider the fate of the Gypsy populations.

Various aspects of the persecution of Gypsies are reminiscent of that of Jews. But in Nazi ideology Gypsies did not have the same status as Jews. They were a "plague" against which Germany had to protect itself, but were not identified as the absolute enemy or a mortal danger to be annihilated. Their extermination was not systematic, but an estimate has been produced today with some considerable gaps: between 50,000 and 200,000 deaths.

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Civilians in wartime Mémorial

In Falaise, a new museum dedicated to both the life and survival of the civilians during WWII.

Mémorial de falaise
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Arromanches 360 circular cinema

Don't miss! - The film "Normandy's 100 days". Archive images projected in HD on 9 screens.

Mémorial d'Arromanches
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1944 radar museum

Discover the daily life of the German soldiers in charge of the air reconnaissance inside the bunkers

Mémorial de Douvres