will include the Hotel Meurice which was used as the Nazi headquarters during
the occupation and that still carries a bullet hole in the doors crest. Youll
also visit Prefecture de Police which is the current-day Police headquarters and
site of the initial uprising against the occupation. See the Deportation
Memorial constructed in memory of the over 200,000 individuals sent to
concentration camps across
about the Resistance leaders, secret communications, sabotage and the resistance
members fate when caught. Youll get a glimpse into Parisian Life during the
occupation and about a time in life spent looking over your shoulder.
about Charles de Gaulle who was the leader of the Free French and future
President of the Republic. You can try to experience the Liberation as fighting
raged throughout the city until the surrender on August 25 1944. Youll also feel
the anguish of
held February 15 to November 30 every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday starting at
3pm near the Pont St Louis and ends at the Grand Palais on the Champs-Elysees at
We also have some World War II photos and WWII videos so that you can get a feel for the intense emotions that may overcome you as you hear and see the actual places where history happened.