The World War II Memorial in New Orleans, located on Magazine Street, is a very large building with striking symbols. Approaching the memorial hall, you will find that every brick on a large area of the ground is engraved with the names of the sacrificial soldiers, which makes people awe-inspiring. It was thought that New Orleans and even the United States were not the battlefield of World War II. There would not be much interest in setting up a World War II Memorial here. After entering, we found that the exhibits here are very rich. All kinds of weapons used in World War II include aircraft, tanks, military vehicles and artillery. Especially some sound and photoelectric scenes of simulated operations are very attractive. The introduction of European and Pacific battlefields is also very objective and worth visiting. It's just that $24 is a little expensive.
The museum is designed to commemorate all those who contributed to the success of the European, African and Pacific wars. If you like the history of World War II, you must go. There are many collections in the library, which can give you the feeling of personal experience.
The National WWII Museum of the National WWII Museum in Asia and Europe recorded the war of aggression launched by Japan and Germany in World War II. Compared with Israel's World War II Memorial Hall, the latter paid more attention to the massacre of Jews. The former was different from the former in that it recorded the history more comprehensively. Apart from regretting the death or innocent death in war, from hating the initiation of war, and from the hope that war will never come. Another part of the reflection - "Japan, Germany rose rapidly after the war and re-established itself in the ranks of developed countries. It also shows that the national culture and system make it strong. Even if it is brought into evil by some people or groups, even if it is destroyed, it can stand up again by its own strength and still be a giant. The roots of culture and system are indestructible.
Must visit this museum. Tom & Hanks'film (4D) is worth seeing, but there are more, more. This Museum really captures the hearts and minds of the greatest generation. It takes half a day to visit the museum. Personally, I'm really happy to see all the planes on display.
The World War II Memorial mainly displays the historical events of the United States during World War II and the weapons and ammunition used at that time. The introduction is very detailed. There are many real objects, tanks, artillery and aircraft. If you like history, you will like it here.
The World War II History Memorial Museum is worth visiting.
I like this museum very much. All the original cultural relics here are well preserved and look very new. The movie was great. By watching it, I got an intuitive understanding of what happened during World War II. It also deepened my respect for all the soldiers and veterans who fought to defend our freedom.
It's small, but it's worth seeing. Most of the objects on display are genuine ones used in World War II. The sound and light effects of some multimedia exhibitions are excellent, and the sound recordings are used. The parking lot of the pavilion is also expensive. Street parking is recommended (free on Sunday).