A brief history of the rise of antisemitism and how it was eventually expressed by the Nazi killing machine. But a positive end as it showed the establishing of the State of Israel. Easy to spend the whole day there going through the galleries and wandering the grounds.
Not really an enjoyable experience, but one you have to do to understand what can happen if we don't speak out when we see examples of antisemitism.
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