Exhibitions at the Frøslev Camp Museum

The Frøslev Camp Museum mainly deals with the period in which the camp functioned as the prisoner of war camp for the German security police’s prisoners in Denmark in the years 1944-1945.

The Frøslev Camp Museum also features an exhibition about the so called quislings or traitors, in other words people found guilty of improper cooperation with the German occupying power. During the ‘judicial settlement’ after the German occupation ended, the camp - renamed the Faarhus Camp - was used as an internment centre under the command of the Danish Resistance and later as a state punishment camp for collaborators.

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