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Paris: The visit of Paris during the German occupation.
The application Paris during the Occupation is designed to guide you to nearly 100 places of occupied Paris during the World War II, from June 1940 to August 1944.
Let us guide you to the unknown places and meet many characters, famous or anonymous, of occupied Paris.
Explore the underground with the Resistance heroes, but also the organization and the power of the German occupant, of the Militia and the French Gestapo.
On a street corner, under a bridge in front of a building ... You'll never see Paris in the same way!
In this free version, you will find 3 out of 100 addresses listed in the paid version.
The visit of Paris with this theme, allows you to know the unknown face of Paris. This tour will give you a better picture of Paris during the German occupation.
This version is very simple, only 3 addresses. In the payable version, you can visit, by district, more than 100 places. Maybe your building is also there?
All images and texts have been put in this application in order to allow you to discover historic places in Paris. It does not depend on the quality of a telephone signal.
You can therefore go out with your phone to discover a district of Paris and be sure you have all the information you need. The history of each place was presented with the aim to provide you with addresses, comments and photos so that when you look at the building, you can spot a trace of the past or if they all disappeared, you can imagine what the story of this building was.
You can also use the application in order to learn something about the theme. The discovery of the history of a place can also be transmitted through the texts which treat the topic as a whole and through the information about each place.
Our editors have put their heart into presentation of the themes that we offer you. We hope you will enjoy it by adding a comment and by using our full versions in order to support this idea and our team.
Good walks and good reading.