Museum of the General Leclerc and the Paris' Liberation - Jean Moulin Museum

  • Inside view of the Museum of the General Leclerc and the Paris' Liberation
  • Outside view of the Museum of the General Leclerc and the Paris' Liberation - Jean Moulin Museum, picture by Didier Messina

Designed by historians specialised in the Second World War, these two museums, which are also research and documentation centres, narrate and retrace the history of three “Companions of the Liberation”: General Leclerc de Hauteclocque, Jean Moulin and the City of Paris. The museography, which places major emphasis on audiovisual features, commemorates a crucial moment in 20th century history.

Based twenty-four years above Montparnasse station, the museum is closed to the public to prepare for its move. It will be renewed, Place Denfert-Rochereau, on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Paris.
The inauguration of the new museum is scheduled for August 25, 2019.

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