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One of Europe's best preserved prisoner of war camps. The Froslev Camp was built as a German internment camp in 1944 during the German occupation of Denmark and today is one of Europe's best preserved German prisoner of war camps. Several thousand...more
The Froslev Camp Museum gives an excellent insight and sense of how it was to be a Danish prisoner in the camp during the last 11 months of second world war. A mixture of Danish police, members of the resistance movement and threatened Jews were...More
We visited the only Danish concentration camp in Froslev. I had never been there before. The camp was initiated Danish Government in agreement with the German Nazis in order to avoid Danish prisoners of war being deport he to the German concentration camps. Soon when...More
Took a short visit to this internment camp which is very close to the German border. Many museums (some free, others not). Learned a lot about the Danes role and imprisonment during WWII. Nice place to visit if you are in the area.
Here you can see many authentic things from world war 2, as it was a prison where germans put border police and others. Some was sent to seadth in Germany. Alså a U.N museum and museum for civil defence.
Visited the camp museum as a field trip with my 7. grade special education class. The kids got the feeling how terrible the situation was during WWII. They all wanted to come back and show their families the museum. Also the small Amnesty International office...More
Good museum but not so much if you don't speak Danish or German. The main exhibition includes English which makes it interesting but all the other areas such as the UN museum & Home Guards have virtually no English which is a shame...More
Nationalmuseet D, Receptionschef at The Froslev Camp Museum, responded to this reviewResponded August 6, 2015
Thanks for your comment about Frøslevlejrens Museum.
We do understand that it may be hard to see, but the camp contains several different and independent exhibitions.
The exhibitions about UN and Home Guards are not part of Frøslevlejrens Museum (“the main exhibition”). We...More
We took a trip here, on the same day as visiting the Laboe Naval Memorial. I would recommend the trip over here if you have a car - it is about an hour drive from near Kiel, Germany. This concentration camp was mainly for Danish...More