"The room in the Holocaust gallery charting the rise of the Nazis is particularly effective. It brilliantly links the pettiness of their squalid opinions, the horror of their violence and the power — there is no other word for it, the glamour — of their uniforms, flags and insignias. I felt I understood much better why people were attracted to Hitler.
The gallery also employs an excellent device of having life-sized photographs of victims and perpetrators that look you in the eye. Yet the real triumph of the galleries is the use of everyday items and ordinary people to tell stories. Like the tie pin and Marek Kellerman."
Read the full review by Daniel Finkelstein here