I had expected this museum to have more exhibits and information on the subject that its name implies, but with being disabled it was impossible for the lower parts of the museum to be accessed due to a large number of narrow steps leading down into what were said to be the Air-Raid Shelter tunnels below.
Another museum on Malta that seemed to promise more than it actually provided for those seeking to discover as to what Malta underwent during the seige that it was under during WWII.
There were however a few exhibits that were of interest, and these included the German Anti-Personnel 'Butterfly Bombs', that were dropped to try to prevent movementand them being disarmed by the Bomb Disposal teams that had to deal with a great number of unexploded bombs that were dropped by both the German and Italian aircraft during WWII.
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