Looking at the comments from recent contributors, it's clear the museum may have fallen short of expectations. That said, it's worth noting the story and history of this aspect of the war is largely not discussed by those who experienced it first hand because of the painful memories it generates. The exhibition is largely put together by a small but dedicated group of individuals, with little support from the appropriate authorities and those responsible for its maintenance.
I'm not sufficiently qualified to pass judgement on the accuracy of their comments and therefore will remain silent on the matter.
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