One reviewer said 'I cannot add much to the positive reviews below'. I agree, THIS museum deserves endless accolades.
What impressed me most of all was the effort put into the design being 'both sides'. Germany has an extensive military history dating way back from the Middle Ages. However, most people think of Germany in terms of WWI and WWII.
Not being backwards on these subjects of WW1 and WWII, the Museum portrays that life is not so 'black and white' and that war is 'aggressors and victims', that war has a huge cost and war has been endemic in human existence.
The Musuem deals into the depths and breadth of what is the Military as well as having brilliant exhibits and very 'thought through' presentations.
I was fortunate to have been shown parts of the Museum by Dr Ball, one of the Museums Curators who happened to be the 'English Speaking 3:00PM Tour Guide'. It was through Dr Ball's explanation that l gained a wonderful insight into how the museum presents it wonderful insight to Military History and the relationship to does war make 'victors or victims', is war something so 'black or white'?
This museum will suit all types of visitors, from 'military enthusiasts' through to 'anti-war pacifists' and everything in between. This museum is a captivating and informative presentation and a very well thought-through and thought-provoking museum covering such on a complex subject.