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General Leclerc and liberation of Paris Museum - Jean Moulin Museum

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The museum’s new digital device: an interactive map of the Liberation of Paris (August 25th 2014)


The General Leclerc – Jean Moulin Museum and Paris Musées present an interactive digital mediation device for visitors to discover the history of the Liberation of Paris through archive videos and photos.

This is a multi-touch table with a user-friendly, simple and attractive interface, allowing visitors to access archive films and numerous photographs, as well as to explore the history of the Liberation of Paris through time and space.
The table offers the opportunity to travel through Paris at the time of the Liberation via a map featuring archive images, mainly videos from the Washington Congress National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) acquired by the museum.
Visitors can interactively explore over 100 geolocated points of interest with images of the barricades, fighting, groupings and key historical moments in the Liberation of Paris, as well as heart-warming scenes of Parisians welcoming the Allies.

> More information on the new settings of the Liberation room

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Utilisation de la table dans la salle de la Libération réaménagée