In Berlin opened Madame Tussauds

In Berlin opened Madame TussaudsIn Berlin on Saturday on the Central Boulevard Unter den Linden opens a new wax Museum Madame Tussauds, where almost on the doorstep, visitors will be greeted... Hitler.His figure is represented in the beginning of the exposure in the section "History and politics", writes on the eve of the opening of the Museum, the newspaper Berliner Zeitung. The presence of such notorious figures of world history, and not just anywhere, but in the centre of Berlin, raises the interest and conviction. The Jewish Foundation for the memory of the slain considers it a provocation, despite several others exhibit bans."We presented Hitler's old and broken," says Suzanne Keller, the Manager of Madame Tussauds in Berlin. He does seem quiet and powerless, as in the London Madame Tussauds, and the tired and haggard, the newspaper writes, suggesting that these are the last days of a dictator before killing himself. Hitler is sitting at a Desk, brown, gray walls around him, what they must have looked like in the former the fГјhrerbunker towards the end of the war. His right hand rests on a book lying on the table. From the speakers you could hear the sounds of explosions and gunfire (the full text on the website InoPressa.ru).The Museum explains his decision to expose Hitler's desire of Germans and tourists to see it: it showed the surveys conducted in the capital of one of the institutions of public opinion research.This laid out a number of measures designed to prevent the use of wax figures is not intended to be, such as photographs. So, Hitler, only 75 of the presented figures, it is impossible to photograph, it is also forbidden to sit next to him - "out of respect for the millions of people killed during the Second world war," written on the information Board.On the next Board contains a reminder that the victims of the national socialist regime and its ideological struggle to destroy Pali millions of people, including 6 million Jews. In addition, one of the employees to be constantly watching to figure no one was approaching, it also has a surveillance camera. "If someone breaks the rules, he will fly out of here," says Suzanne Keller.Despite all these statements, the Foundation memorial to the murdered Jews of Europe remains in its critical opinion: "Hitler parading is tasteless and deliberate provocation," says the Foundation's Executive Director Uwe Neumarker. To put Hitler in this city, you need more than one information Board. Behind the idea, in particular, due to the high cost of entrance tickets, he sees more of a "tourist attraction, a bet placed on a shocking effect.The Madame Tussauds in Berlin - this is the eighth in a wax Museum company Merlin Entertainments in the world. Source: Berlin opens Madame Tussauds.



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