Essay about The Holocaust Museum And It Is A Memory I Will Never Forget

1078 Words Nov 27th, 2016 5 Pages
The Smithsonian museums, some of the most boring times of my childhood. When we first got assigned this assignment to go to a Smithsonian museum I was like why? When I was small my mother used to take my sister and me every summer to the museums. After about three years of going we were so bored of the museums because we had seen all of them and everything they had to offer. However this time around it was a whole different experience and one of the most amazing adventures in my life. I decided to go to the holocaust museum and it is a memory I will never forget. I had no idea what I was about to see when I got to the holocaust museum. Before I went there I envisioned it to be focused more on the war and how the United States participated and the contributions they made. I expected it to be very U.S focused and praising of all the great things we had done as a country in world war two. I went in their wondering how much would be about the United States and ho much attention they would give to the victims of the holocaust. I expected a seventy to thirty balance in favor of U.S history in the second war world. I was ready to see a very United States biased museum but when I got there it was completely different from what I expected and I couldn’t believe what I saw. The first thing that caught my attention was the elevator. I entered in there and a girl in the elevator said, “This looks like the gas chambers”. I took a much careful look at the design of the elevator and it…

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