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The Aarhus Occupation Museum is locate in a section of the old police station at the centre of Aarhus - the second largest city in Denmark. During the last part of World War II the old police station was used as headquarter for the local branch of Gestapo. The museum tells the story about the German occupation of Denmark during World War II. The museum has a collection of uniforms, weapons and other effects from that period.
   
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German World War II radio equipment displayed at the Aarhus Occupation Museum.

German World War II radio equipment displayed at the Aarhus Occupation Museum.
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A 1940's Danish police uniform displayed at the Aarhus Occupation Museum.

A 1940's Danish police uniform displayed at the Aarhus Occupation Museum.
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Some of the World War II submachine guns displayed at the Aarhus Occupation Museum.

Some of the World War II submachine guns displayed at the Aarhus Occupation Museum.
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Items that have survived one of the Royal Air Force attacks on target in Aarhus - displayed at the Aarhus Occupation Museum.

Items that have survived one of the Royal Air Force attacks on target in Aarhus - displayed at the Aarhus Occupation Museum.
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A World War II concentration camp "uniform" displayed at the Aarhus Occupation Museum.

A World War II concentration camp "uniform" displayed at the Aarhus Occupation Museum.
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Some of the German World War II items displayed at the Aarhus Occupation Museum.

Some of the German World War II items displayed at the Aarhus Occupation Museum.
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