Memorium Nurnberger Prozesse - Museen Der Stadt Nurnberg, Nuremberg

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  • The Memorium Nürnberger processes was relatively newly opened and an appropriately designed entrance hall leads to the cashier. You can visit the Hall of 600, with corresponding radio device, which informs about the history of the Hall, the Nuremberg trials, etc.. Also, there are small films that inform the radio device in combination on screens. On the 2nd floor you will be fully informed about panels on the history of the rise of Nazi archipelago gene up to your conviction. A visit is again essentially necessary in today's time, so that we become again aware of us: this story must not repeat, in any country in this world! Be sure hingegehen, even if one is then depressed, whether this outrageous atrocities.
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  • For the history and Nurnberg fans, this place has offer lot of details. You can spend there whole day discovering all aspects of the people involved and trial.  more »
  • The Memorium Nürnberger processes is a place to learn more about the history of the city of Nuremberg to the NAZI period to learn. The Guide to English was interesting, rather brief. The highlight is definitely the room 600. Impressive and atmospheric if you go. On certain days it is open for inspection (weekend). Otherwise, the exhibition offers too little in my opinion. Many articles and photos on the walls to the read. You can also on Wikipedia. I missed more exhibits from the NAZI period, such as the bank where the defendants in the courtroom sat. Therefore, I see a total potential for improvement in the Memorium Nürnberger processes.
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