DEPARTMENTAL MUSEUM OF RESISTANCE HENRI-QUEUILLE
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The museum was set up in the home of President Henri-Queuille (884-1970), a great figure who in his time had joined De Gaulle and the Free France. The museum brings together many souvenirs of the maquis of Haute-Corrèze as well as the dramas of the deportation of which the populations were victims. On the ground floor, an audiovisual montage presents the Resistance in Corrèze and panels retrace the rich political career of Henri Queuille, who was a minister under the Third Republic, vice-president of the provisional government in Algiers in 1944 and president of the Council of the Fourth Republic. The first and second floors are devoted to documents and weapons that evoke the fighting as well as the role of parachuting. The beautiful wooden desk used by Henri Queuille during his years as an administrator in Paris has been returned to the museum.
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From January to June and from September to December Monday to Friday from 10am to 12pm and from 2pm to 5.30pm. July and August, every day from 10am to 12pm and from 2pm to 5.30pm. Annual closing: €2 fortnight of December. Free admission and free.