The Grand Duke visited the exhibition "75 Joer Œuvre - A History of Solidarity” at the National Archives of Luxembourg.

The Grand Duchess Charlotte National Relief Effort was launched 75 years ago during World War II.

To honour its 75th anniversary, Grand Duke Henri visited the exhibition documenting the relief project's history at the National Archives of Luxembourg on Thursday, accompanied by Minister of Culture Sam Tanson, archive director Josée Kirps, and Pierre Bley, president of the relief effort.

The exhibition comprises documents and photos from the Grand Ducal palace, telling the story of Luxembourg's history following reconstruction efforts after the war's end in 1945.

The exhibition will run until 24 April 2021.


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