What visitors say
This exhibition is "heavy fare" for the visitor in two respects! Firstly, it deals with the darkest chapter of German history. 75 years later and still red-hot. No one should shirk their responsibility, not the town of Landsberg with its inglorious role in the Third Reich, and not those of us born later in our duty to make a repetition of such atrocities impossible through remembrance. On the other hand, the exhibition itself, with its wealth of facts, is heavy fare for the visitor. In a conventional exhibition with posters, video and audio, the visitor would be hopelessly overwhelmed. The virtual tour leaves it up to the visitor to decide where and how deeply he or she wants to delve into the individual chapters. The virtual tour offers the visitor the possibility to withdraw when things become too heavy and oppressive for him. The virtual tour also allows the visitor to quickly move on again and open new chapters. The exhibition is very extensively researched and ingenious in its virtual presentation, which enables an intensive engagement with this difficult topic and the wealth of data and facts. An ingenious solution in times of Corona to quarantine cultural offerings. Many thanks for this!
... today I accepted your invitation to the virtual exhibition and took my first steps into the online exhibition. After our excursion to the armoured bunker in August 2019, I returned there virtually through the exhibition and then got stuck on the two-part BR documentary. It is with great dismay that I now leave my work, it is getting late and I am going to bed. But I will be back. Thanks to you and for your work!