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During this tour, you will visit the most important places connected with the times before, during and shortly after the World War II. You will learn how the NSDAP took over the power, Edmund Heines founded a private concentration camp and the Jewish community endured the new situation.
During the first five years of the World War II Breslau was a peaceful city – many designated Breslau as air-raid bunkers of the Third Reich – but at its end the commanders decided to defend the city until the last soldier.
Breslau was declared a fortress and the siege lasted for 80 days. During this time the commanders had even an idea to build an airfield in the city center. The traces of this period can still be seen in the city.
Finally, on the 6th of May 1945, the capitulation of the city was signed (Breslau defended itself four days longer than Berlin). As a result of the battle of Breslau the city was destroyed in 70%. Churchill, Stalin and Roosevelt met the decision to move the borders and Breslau was renamed to Wroclaw, which created a city without an identity.
2,5 hours; available everyday between 8am-10pm