The United States Holocaust Memorial also commemorates the Nazi slaughter of Jews during World War II. This memorial also contains a lot of things, including some evidence of the Nazi slaughter, which is of historical memorial value.
We request to arrive 15 minutes in advance at the appointed time before our visit. This gives us time to see those exhibitions for children (Daniel's story). The permanent exhibition is very good, and there are a lot of text information, photos, videos and artifact references. The crowd was very crowded, which prevented us from fully seeing some exhibits. After we finished the exhibition, we watched a movie about the rise of German Nazism in the 1930s. In hindsight, we hope we can see this movie beforehand.
It's simply too big here, there are too many, too many sad stories. I think you should be mentally prepared before coming here to visit, ready to recall the past that touched people's hearts. I didn't finish all the exhibits because I felt so depressed and melancholy after seeing those things that I wanted to end it all sooner. There is too much information here, you will hear too much, and you will also feel a lot, but there is indeed too much happening there. I learned about someone who escaped the camp (she has passed away long ago) and I will remember her forever. Really, my heart was greatly touched. Go and see, but be prepared to bear it all.
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is the United States' official institution to commemorate the Holocaust, adjacent to the National Mall in Washington, DC. The American Holocaust Memorial Museum provides documents, research, and interpretation of the Holocaust history. It is committed to helping the leaders and citizens of both sides of the world to prevent genocide.
Shocking various documents are presented in front of you! While watching the exhibition, I wondered what the hatred under violence was for! Terrible history! Sad war! It's terrible, peace is king! Many people visited, but the serious atmosphere overwhelmed the joy!
A thought-provoking place that no one should miss. Outside of Europe, nowhere can one soberly realize the brutality of the Nazi regime. It's heartbreaking to see what they do to people. Definitely a must-see place.