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New WWII Museum in Gdansk, Poland Under Scrutiny

Discussion in 'WWII Today' started by KJ Jr, Apr 4, 2017.

  1. KJ Jr

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    On my next trip to Europe I plan to visit the north coast and see Peenemünde, and Błyskawica. Would like to see this museum as well if it's still in operation
     
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    It's not a museum but a giant waxworks and multimedia exhibit - and you could watch most of it contents on youtube. They have almost no original items, most of them are reconstructions, copies, and installation work.
    It's a waste of quite serious money, waxworks shouldn't be built with public money, and really a museum dedicated to the entire WW2, including Japan and the entire Asia? In a relatively small building? Is this even possible without resorting to Hollywoodian simplifications?
     

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