Museum of History and Holocaust Education
3333 Busbee Drive Northwest Kennesaw, GA
Phone: (678) 797-2083
Have you ever found yourself fascinated, or at the very least curious, about World War 2 and the events that transpired on its battlefields to create such a resounding effect across the world? What manner of tools and technology truly enabled the atrocities that transpired in World War 2 and what manner of nationalism allowed a destitute, war ravaged country like Germany to escalate into a world power again to start such a bloody war?
You can find answers to questions like these at the Museum of History and Holocaust Education in Kennesaw, Georgia. The Museum of History and Holocaust Education brings education to life with its free public exhibits and ingenious art styles. Exhibits such as the Butterfly Project creatively remind us of what transpired in the Holocaust by representing the 1.5 million dead children with handmade butterflies. There is also the Power of Propaganda which shows us what countries were telling their people to throw them into such a nationalistic fervor. For those interested in much more domestic affairs, there are exhibits on the Tuskegee Airmen and Beyond Rosie, explaining the struggles that our own country faced.
The Museum of History and Holocaust Education truly houses an invaluable collection of history and information with all of these exhibits and so many more.
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