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WIELS – CENTRE FOR CONTEMPORARY ART

ERASMUS HOUSE

MAURICE CARÊME MUSEUM

ULB – MUSEUM OF MEDICINE

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF THE RESISTANCE

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF THE RESISTANCE

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23 QUAI FERNAND DEMETS - LE COOP BUILDING (5th floor)
1070 ANDERLECHT

M 2,5,6 T 81 B 46

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EXPO "Going on strike in 1941 during the Occupation"

STANDING GUIDES – Presentation by José Gotovitch of the documentary film “Osez la grève” (Dominique Dreyfus, Marie-Jo Pareja, 2016). In the spring of 1941, two strikes successively shook the Liège basin and the north of France. In the midst of the Occupation, nearly 200,000 workers and miners, pushed to the limit by unbearable living and working conditions, dared to defy the occupier. A social movement, unimaginable in such a context, with dramatic consequences, which deserves to be rediscovered today.

 

The National Museum of the Resistance is currently being renovated. Numerous objects and documents bear witness to the fight of women and men against the Nazi occupiers: the strength of their commitment, the reality of it and the risks they took. The COOP museum, in Anderlecht, offers a new perspective on the past and present of the working-class neighbourhoods around the Brussels canal. It recounts the history of the populations and the social and democratic struggles they have experienced since the industrial revolution.


The Museum of the Resistance and the COOP Museum devote an entire evening to an important event in social history and the Resistance. In the COOP’s permanent exhibition “The canal, another history of Brussels”, you can witness the rich social history of the canal districts. For this exhibition, the Museum of the Resistance has lent several of its collection pieces.