Sønderborg during World War I

Address: Rådhustorvet, 6400 Sønderborg Date: Tuesday 24 jul 2018 - Tuesday 21 Aug 2018 Show map

Address: Rådhustorvet, 6400 Sønderborg

Hear about important people and buildings during the control of the German Empire and a bit about the disagreements between citizens of the two dispositions.

Denmark losing the war in 1864 to the Prussian and Austrian army results in Southern Jutland and Sønderborg becoming under Prussian control, since known as the German Empire.

Sønderborg is chosen as hometown of a new marine station in 1903. The pontoon bridge leading over Als Sund is changed to make the passage of the big war ships possible and a Ship-artillery School is built in the city, this building is today known as the former Sergeant School.

In 1914-18 the German Empire participates in World War I and young men from Southern Jutland is enrolled in the German army whether they are German or Danish dispositioned.


The tour is in Danish and German.
Duration: Approx. 2 hours
Meeting place: At the fountain with the statue Als on Rådhustorvet, 6400 Sønderborg

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