A variety of striking documents and materials are presented in front of us! Looking at the exhibition, I was thinking about what the hatred under the violence was for. A terrible history! Sad war! It's terrible. Peace is the kingdom. There were many visitors, but the serious atmosphere overwhelmed the joy!
It's just too big. It contains too many sad stories. I think you should be psychologically prepared before you come here to visit and be ready to recall the sad past. I didn't finish all the exhibits because I felt so depressed and depressed after seeing them that I wanted to finish it earlier. There's too much information here, you'll hear too much, and you'll feel too much, but there's really too much going on there. I learned of a man who had escaped from the camp (she had already died), and I will always remember her. Really, my heart was greatly touched. Go and see, but be ready to take it all.
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum mainly displays information about Jewish massacres during World War II. The atmosphere is somewhat heavy, and there are also inappropriate pictures, images and so on. Suddenly it felt that genocide was still very close to us.
The Holocaust Memorial Museum of the United States is the official institution to commemorate the Jewish Holocaust in the United States, adjacent to the National Square in Washington, D.C. The Holocaust Memorial Museum in the United States provides documents, studies and explanations of the history of the Holocaust. It is committed to helping the leaders and citizens of the world's hostile parties to prevent genocide.
American Holocaust Memorial: The American Holocaust Memorial in downtown Washington displays the history of organized and systematic persecution and extermination of European Jews by Nazi Germany and its associates before and during World War II. In April 1993, the American Holocaust Memorial opened. The Holocaust Memorial in the United States receives visitors from around the world, averaging 5,000 people a day.