National Museum of the Resistance
History and museums
The National Museum of the Resistance (Dutch: Nationaal Museum van de Weerstand, French: Musée National de la Résistance) is a museum in Anderlecht, Belgium which traces the history of the Belgian resistance and German occupation of Belgium during World War II.
The museum seeks to raise awareness of the role of the Belgian resistance during both World Wars and preserves document and artifacts relating to the period. The museum also touches on the German occupation, Holocaust and deportations of prisoners of war during the conflict.
It is housed in the building in which the Faux Soir was produced during the German occupation and is supported by the Front de l'Indépendance association.