The exhibits provided much information about the political situation at the time which made us realize that everyone has a part to play if we are to prevent similar situations from occuring in the future. The exhibits helped to give us a glimpse of the scale of the holocaust as well as the brutality that can be inflicted - something that is very difficult for most of us to understand. Some of the pictures are very graphic. The video interviews of the survivors were very emotional. It can get crowded so going early and standing in line for the doors to open is not a bad idea. Phototaking of the exhibits is not permitted. Be prepared to spend half a day there even if you selectively read most of the exhibits. Definitely worth the visit.
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