Memorial Museum Passchendaele

Posted on on 29 August 2013
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This museum is located in Passendale, Belgium, and is centred on providing a realistic experience of one of the most 'senseless' massacres of the First World War. 

The museum states:

"In the Memorial Museum the memory of the battle is kept alive through images and movies, a large collection of historical artefacts and several life-like-diorama's. Eye-cathcher is an underground dugout tunnel with communication- and dressing post, headquarters, workplaces and dormitories. A breathtaking experience of how the British had to live underground like moles... just because there was nothing left above." 

Posted By: Anna Bearfield, Centenary News.

For more information on the museum and events that it is holding for the centenary, click here

Images courtesy of the Memorial Museum Passchendaele Website.


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