To remember the past is to create a better future
The LRE Foundation is a growing international, inclusive network that connects people and organisations dedicated to preserving and valorising the tangible and intangible cultural heritage related to World War II, its memory and meaning. The organisation’s main objective is to make this history relevant and accessible, especially for the younger generations.
Under the watchful eye of six American veterans visiting Berlin after serving there in 1945, the LRE Foundation launched the international network of hiking trails along the Liberation Route Europe on 22 July at the Allied Museum.
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The LRE Foundation engages in several projects and activities, with a focus on remembrance and the youth.
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The LRE Foundation has a large network of members and partners throughout Europe and North America from remembrance institutions to travel trade operators and tour guides.
The LRE Foundation needs your support to pursue the development of the Liberation Route Europe, preserve the heritage of the World War II and keep this shared memory alive.
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Under the watchful eye of six American veterans visiting Berlin after serving there in 1945, the LRE Foundation launched its international network of hiking trails
The Kröller-Müller Museum in Otterlo, the Netherlands, joins the LRE Foundation and its international network made of places, people and stories that keep the memory
The LRE Foundation is happy to announce the next evolution of the Liberation Route Europe, a certified Council of Europe Cultural Route connecting places and
LibRE is the biannual digital magazine of the LRE Foundation. It contains interviews, guest contributions and articles about WWII heritage, remembrance and memory, as well as updates on the LRE Foundation and its partners.