Second World War, when Norwegian saboteurs prevented the Germans from developing nuclear weapons from the heavy water produced here. See a video clip: Welcome! The Heavy Water War, the Norwegian Industrial Workers Museum is perhaps best known for its presentation of Rjukan's war history. The station has now been converted into a museum, the Norwegian Industrial Workers Museum, where you can partake in the astonishing story of the generation of energy and see exhibitions of industrial development in Norway and at Rjukan. The machine room, miniture power station, the industrial town of Rjukan, the industrial worker. Now, Norwegian broadcaster NRK reports that. The industrial town of Rjukan, the movie: "If Hitler had the bomb". Source, text: Kees Boks, photos: Lammert Melk.
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So, we've come up with a building that is 400 square meters in size, designed to convey wartime history and tell the story of the sabotage, but also showcasing the factory that was once situated there.". In the Norsk Industrierbeidermuseum in Vemork one can see how it all went. Norsk Industriarbeidermuseum (the Norwegian Industrial Workers Museum) in Vemork are planning on excavating the basement and building a new museum on the remains of what the saboteurs blew up, commemorating the events of the Second World War. The heavy water cellar at Vemork was blown up in 1977. "The entire area is marked for preservation, the buildings as well as the landscape, so this was a very different assignment building something where you are not allowed to build. The Sabotage of Heavy Water. As Lia says to local paper Rjukan Arbeiderblad: "We're gonna dig, but we're not quite sure what we're gonna find.". According to NRK, the architectural plans were presented this Tuesday. "Being able to tell the story of the war in a new building on the site of the actual heavy water sabotage operation is going to be amazing says museum director Runar Lia to NRK. Norsk Industriarbeidermuseum also have an exhibition dubbed "Heroes in Telemark relating the story of the network of locals in Vemork assisting the saboteurs. For instance, there is the. The museum tells the story of the successfull attempt to destroy the heavy water factory in Vemork (near Rjukan).
The documentary "If Hitler had the bomb" about the sabotage is screened in the cinema room. Where to find Vemork, norwegian Industrial Worker's Museum at Vemork is on the road RV 37, approx. Architect and manager Bart Burgerhoudt of Point AS is the man responsible for the building plans.