Invitation: Guided tour through the Danish war history

Join other Connect Club members and experience an exciting journey through the Danish wars of the last 500 years.

Get the history of Denmark’s defense during the Cold War, see the model of Fredrik III’s magnificent ship Sophia Amalia and hear about what happened to the Danish soldiers when the Eagle IV armored vehicle ran over a roadside bomb in Afghanistan.

Furthermore you can hear about the famous battles of the past against Sweden and England and right up to today’s wars, where Danish soldiers fight for Danish interests far from our own borders. Get the explanation of how the machine gun forever changed the way war was waged. And hear why Copenhagen became the scene of the world’s first terrorist attack.

All the stories are based on an exclusive selection of the museum’s authentic objects. The war museum conveys both the famous battles of the past against Sweden, England and Germany and today’s battles on international missions in Iraq, Afghanistan and Libya.

Date and time: 11-08-2024 kl. 10:15 – 11:15

Location: Krigsmuseet, Tøjhusgade 3 DK-1220 København K

Free, rsvp required – limited to 30 spots

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Date: Sunday 11-08-2024 kl. 10:15 – 11:15
Location: Tøjhusgade 3 -1220 Københaven K

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