Liberation Route Europe
The Islands of Guernsey are part of the international remembrance trail, 'The Liberation Route Europe' .
The Liberation Route was formed in 2008 with the objective of sharing WWII knowledge and stories with the general public, to commemorate, educate and reflect on the historical events of WWII.
15 liberation-orientated points of interest have been selected for the Islands of Guernsey's section of the Route, including locations in Herm, Sark and Alderney. Sites include Castle Cornet, the White Rock Pier, L'Ancresse and Creux Harbour, along with museums such as the German Occupation Museum and Alderney Museum. Stops on the Route will be visible to the public through the use of Liberation Route 'Vectors of Memory' - metal wall and floor vector emblems - to be accompanied by a short overview of the location.