This museum is absolutely fantastic and well worth the money.
The displays are excellent and at times quite harrowing as the true atrocities of war are displayed. When visiting ensure that you give yourself enough time to be able to read the displays and watch the stories being told by all different people on small screens. For me hearing Silent Night in German, in the middle of June was haunting and watching the story of the four soldiers who stopped fighting for Christmas was heart wrenching. Entering the tall pyramid like structures, is not for children as there is actual photos of gassed bodies, murdered and tortured soldiers- not easy to forget to be honest, harrowing even!
An absolute must for an history fan.
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