Only till end of today you will be able to see the exhibition “Rosenburg in the shadow of the National Socialist past” at the Zajezdnia History Center.
The exhibition not only presents the realities of post-war Germany, but also talks about universal issues such as responsibility, guilt, punishment and the need to seek the truth.
The exhibition at the Zajezdnia History Center shows reality in the first years of operation of the Ministry of Justice of the Federal Republic of Germany, when many of its employees were members of NSDAP and SA during Nazism. Post-war German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer claimed that without these officials he could not rebuild the state apparatus. As he put it: “You can’t pour dirty water when you don’t have clean one.”
The exhibition is shown for the first time in Poland. The exhibition formula is interesting. It consists of materials presenting the “light” side of German history, talking about the merits of the rulers, and the “dark” presenting the participation of former Nazis in the state administration.
Admission is free.
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