The museum is dedicated to the American general Patton, the commander of the 3th Army, that liberated the city of Ettelbruck (Luxemburg) December 25th, 1944.
In the museum, more than 1000 pictures are positioned to take a look at. They will tell you the story ever since the German occupation in 1940 until the American liberation in 1944.
The other two parts of the museum, give you a clear vision on the weapons used by both countries and the aerial warfare that took place in and above Luxemburg.
For current visiting hours, please visit the website of the museum.
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- Text: Frank van der Drift
- Photos: Marcus Bartelds