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ww2 inspired road trip

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hello- any help you guys can offer would be greatly appreciated here! my boyfriend and i would love to take a trip through Europe to visit some of the places linked to ww2 (as well as some other touristy stuff ) we only decided this yesterday and after some cursory googling have realised it's not as simple as we thought! for budgetary reasons we figured driving would be best ( our own car or hire?!) and we would try to camp (tent) where possible. this will likely be around summer next year and for around 14 nights ish. plans are
still quite loose at the minute but the musts which we have agreed on are:
Berlin
Amsterdam
auschwitz
war cemetery in France

we are looking for advice on routes, suitable itineraries , places to stay and any other tips you can share would be great

thank you in advance
natalie and paul

ps we are both young fit and able (30yrs old ) and starting out from scotland

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