Exceptionally well laid out museum, the cinema telling the story of the factory, including contributions from those who worked there was a plus. The history and exhibits cover what life was like in occupied Krakow, not only about the Jewish persecutions. It included a room which covered the history of the hundreds of thousands of Poles (non Jewish) who were taken from their families to work in forced labour in factories in Germany. This helped me a lot to understand my Polish father's experience. He returned to Poland after the war to find no family and eventually came to the UK, married my mother and there we are, I exist because of this history. So thank you to this museum. The final rooms are most poignant - there is a column which you can turn, which contain sentences from those thousands interviewed who were released from concentration and work camps. Finally there is the black and the white books - where you can read what the most hardened Nazis said in the black book. Be sure - if you dare read this, your blood will run very cold indeed. But your heart will then be warmed by the testaments you will read in the white book. Exceptional experience!
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