Gennep in the Second World War.
Experience the Second World War by bicycle and discover the stories of "Gennep in the Second World War".
On the basis of photos and maps I will take you to places in and around Gennep where the story of Gennep in the Second World War is told.
We visit the remains of the Maas Line where the story will be told of the German armored train that managed to cross the bridge on May 10, 1940 through a ruse of the Brandenburg regiment led by Oberleutnant Wilhelm Walther. The train will later derail at Mill. The bridge at Gennep was one of the few bridges that was not blown up by the Dutch army.