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Luxembourg's colonial past Contemporary history Does Luxembourg have a colonial past? Most Luxembourgers would answer very clearly no. Admittedly, the Luxembourg state has never been a colonial power. But is it that simple? The National Museum of History and Art (MNHA) is looking into the question. Although Luxembourg has never exercised authority over an overseas territory or its populations, many men and women from the Grand Duchy emigrated in the 19th and 20th centuries to settle and work in the colonies of other European countries. These Luxembourg men and women held all sorts of positions there: soldiers, scientists, businessmen, male and female missionaries and even colonial civil servants. Indeed, active propaganda aimed at recruiting colonials on Luxembourg soil for the Belgian Congo had been widely deployed. Price: Entrance fee: €7 Find out more


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  • 2022-04-08 2022-11-06 Europe/Paris Le passé colonial du luxembourg Luxembourg's colonial past Contemporary history Does Luxembourg have a colonial past? Most Luxembourgers would answer very clearly no. Admittedly, the Luxembourg state has never been a colonial power. But is it that simple? The National Museum of History and Art (MNHA) is looking into the question. Although Luxembourg has never exercised authority over an overseas territory or its populations, many men and women from the Grand Duchy emigrated in the 19th and 20th centuries to settle and work in the colonies of other European countries. These Luxembourg men and women held all sorts of positions there: soldiers, scientists, businessmen, male and female missionaries and even colonial civil servants. Indeed, active propaganda aimed at recruiting colonials on Luxembourg soil for the Belgian Congo had been widely deployed. Price: Entrance fee: €7 Find out more Musée national d'histoire et d'art Luxembourg, Luxembourg Luxembourg City Tourist Office - LCTO
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