Imperial War Museum, London

In 1917 the government decided to establish a National War Museum collection of military events. The museum contains the original size tanks, armored personnel carriers, mini - submarines and decorative weapons. There are also many sad reminders of the battles, such as letters from prisoners of war and the Holocaust exhibition. This exhibition now occupies two floors and uses original artifacts, documents, films and photographs. In addition, the exhibition shows discrimination under the Nazi regime, including Poles, Soviet prisoners of war, the disabled and homosexuals. Showing both points of view, the Nazi and Jewish. This exhibition is not recommended to visitors who are younger than 14 years because of some awful content.

Imperial War Museum photo

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