Poland’s conservative government has decided that the port city’s new landmark exhibiting the horrors of the second world war isn’t sufficiently nationalist

Last Monday was a bittersweet day for professor Paweł Machcewicz, founding director of the Museum of the Second World War in Gdańsk. After eight years of planning, the building and the exhibition were almost ready and the historian was finally able to let the first visitors in: a crowd of 400 experts, donors, veterans, designers and journalists went through rooms that exposed the horrors of the second world war.

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Source: The Guardian

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