During the guided tour on ‘Homosexuals and lesbians in Nazi Europe’ you will learn more about a relatively unknown chapter in world war history. What was it like to be homosexual or lesbian during the Second World War? Was the legislation the same under the Nazis in the Netherlands, France, Germany or Belgium? And what happened after the war? A guide will answer these and many other questions.
You can find more information about the temporary exhibition ‘Homosexuals and lesbians in Nazi Europe’ here.
This exhibition was created and developed by the Mémorial de la Shoah (the Holocaust Museum in Paris, France) under the scientific supervision of Florence Tamagne. It was first presented in Paris in 2021. The content relating to Belgium and the Netherlands was developed and added by Kazerne Dossin. With thanks to State Secretary Sarah Schlitz for the support.