We spent four hours here and it could well have been twice that or more. Every emotion inside comes to the surface from sadness to revulsion, anger, despair and hurt at what you see. It was impossible for me to go through this museum without reflecting on how it puts humanity on display from the worst we can be and have been to the noblest and most courageous.
The presentation, photos and films are exceedingly well done. There is no dramatization, no editorializing. The story in all its frightening and grotesque reality simply emerges by itself as you walk through the building from the Mein Kampf and the rise of Hitler through the Reichstag fire, Kristall Nacht, the War, the Camps and the Final Solution.
Even if you would like not to go, a visit to Jerusalem would not be complete without Yad Vashem.
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