We visited the museum today and were surprised by the centrality of the location. It was very interesting, albeit a bit eerie in the bunker. Was made especially poignant with the amount of local artifacts, references and pictures. It put a very personal picture to the whole thing and gave us a better understanding of the part Calais played in the war. The one down side was that we were not offered the audio guide (as there were too many british speakers there) and so had to rely on me translating all the material. This would have been a real disadvantage if neither of us spoke French!
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