September 3, 2015 - I visited the "State of Deception: The Power of Nazi Propaganda" exhibit at the history museum. I brought my "nice" camera into the museum - but the lens cap must've jammed because I wasn't able to get it off! However, I was able to get a few photos with my phone:
An early dramatic poster of Hitler's name and face conveyed the sense of strength and determination that Germany needed.
Photographs of Hitler practicing oratorical poses to produce a dramatic effect
A copy of Mein Kampf
I took part in the phone tour throughout the exhibit and received a couple phone calls and was texted some provoking questions about the Nazi's use of propaganda and its power today.
The Nazi Party was brilliant in how they employed the latest technology and art to sway public opinion:
The Hitler Youth
This table illustrates the laws in place used to track your genetic family tree to determine whether you were Arrayan enough to be a citizen of the third-reich and be permitted to marry.
Caricaturing the Jews as being the masterminds controlling the Allies
Jews were eventually forced to wear this star that said "Jew"
There were photos that someone took from their front yard of Jews wearing this star and being led to train cars where they were never heard from again.
The Nuremberg Trials