The exhibit (19. Sept 2019 – January 2021) looks at the fate of the “German girls”. Who were they, and by what law were they punished? The program focuses on the historical case, as well as other cases of mob justice and shaming.
Covid-19: In order to ensure distance between our visitors our guided tours and educational programs will limit the number of participants and showcase objects in one room instead of moving around the museum. This does not effect our prices or the availability of our programs.
The women who had relationships with German soldiers were harshly punished after the war – but had they broken any law?
Utstillingen består av et unikt fotomateriale fra krigen og årene etterpå. I tillegg stiller vi ut en saks som ble brukt til snauklipping av en tyskerjente, fimer og lydspor fra boken «Tyskerjentene» av Helle Aarnes
The exhibit consists of unique photos from the war and post-war time. In addition are exhibited a pair of scissors used for cutting off the hair of German girls, and videos and soundclips from the book “German girls” by Helle Aarnes.
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