Nazi Flag hall at Schindlers Museum. Krakow Poland (X)

 

I’ve always¬† been fascinated by Adolf Hitler and the Third Reich. My personal beliefs are somewhat controversial but their impact on western civilization can’t be denied. The Schindler Museum in Krakow, Poland is one of the outstanding examples of preservationist history I’ve seen. Too often, western historians try to frame the content based on their own beliefs and biases. The Schindler Museum presents history as it was and allows the audience to make up their minds. Replication of Poland and the original museum provides a window in the past that I’ve not seen anywhere else in the world. The ability to touch an actual Nazi flag or see a tank that rolled through the streets of Warsaw is quite impactful. This photograph caught me off guard. I came around a corner and was bombarded with this imagery. I attempted to capture this scene in such a way as to present the viewer with the overwhelming sense of propaganda you feel while walking through this tunnel.

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Erick Prince-Heaggans is the creative force behind MinorityNomad.com. After visiting 71 countries, on five continents, Erick still has a passion for exploration and travel that he wants to share with you. He believes that true self-actualization can only be achieve by challenging what you have come to believe. And that travel is the perfect catalyst for personal growth and change.

Erick focuses primarily on travel access for low income students and cross cultural exploration. He has written for such publications as Yahoo Travel, US Weekly, and the Daily Texan.

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