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from its roots in Munich, of Nazism, first founded here in a local beer hall. The new museum, occupying the site of the original Braunes Haus or Brown House near Konigsplatz where the Nazi Party Headquarters were in in an old villa the party purchase - this structure was later blitzed by the Allies so there was no trace of it left.

Officially called The documnetary Center for the History of National Socialism, the new museum was from its conception controversial, of course - many locals were aloof to highlight any association Bavaria has with the start of the Nazi movement vs others who thought such atrocities should not be forget.

Of well you can read the details in this recent New York Times article:

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/05/02/world/europe/munich-museum-is-another-step-in-acknowledging-the-citys-nazi-past.html?_r=0

If anyone goes please give us what you saw and felt in this new museum!

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