Denmark - FrÝslev Prison Camp - 1

FrÝslev Prison Camp Museum - FrÝselv - Padborg - Denmark - FrÝslevlejeren - World War II - Resistance - European Tourist Guide - euro-t-guide.com
FrÝslev Prison Camp was build in 1943, when the German occupation forces started deporting a lot of people (Jews, communists etc.) from Denmark. The Danish government managed to get permission to build a camp in Denmark for these prisoners. The Camp is almost on the boarder between Denmark and Germany. Today the camp houses a World War II museum, as well as a Home Guard, UN and Civil Defence museum.
 
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The main guard tower at the centre of FrÝslev Prison Camp.

The main guard tower at the centre of FrÝslev Prison Camp.
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The fence that is surrounding the FrÝslev Prison Camp - incl. one of the guard towers.

The fence that is surrounding the FrÝslev Prison Camp - incl. one of the guard towers.
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A memorial at FrÝslev Prison Camp.

A memorial at FrÝslev Prison Camp.
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The fence that is surrounding the FrÝslev Prison Camp - incl. one of the guard towers.

The fence that is surrounding the FrÝslev Prison Camp - incl. one of the guard towers.
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Some of the prison barracks at the FrÝslev Prison Camp.

Some of the prison barracks at the FrÝslev Prison Camp.
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A sign showing the size of the FrÝslev Prison Camp.

A sign showing the size of the FrÝslev Prison Camp.
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