'I am ashamed that I saw injustice and never did anything about it,' Reinhold Hanning tells German courtroom.01:17 30.04.16 | 1 comments
but that does not automatically make them Nazis. I would argue that the majority of the people visiting the exhibition seek answers to the question why Hitler could ever rise to such power and why so many Germans followed along. Are there still Nazis in German today? Absolutely, although this is not a phenomenon unique to Germany. Seeing this exhibition as a sign of the rise of Nazism in Germany does not do justice to the desire of many Germans to "come to terms" with the past.