A new research center at the National World War II Museum in New Orleans is designed to give visitors access to the museum’s WWII knowledge, officials said in a release. The new center, called the Hall of Democracy, will be home to the museum’s research and education departments, a new library featuring accounts of the war, a new exhibit hall and a research services program. The center’s first exhibit follows the trial of Nazi war criminal Adolf Eichmann. That exhibit will be displayed until early January. Read more on the National World War II Museum’s website.
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