The Messerschmitt 262 was probably the most advanced aircraft of those that reached operational status during the Second World
War. This formidable fighter was propelled by two turbojets that could impulse it at speeds close to 870 kilometers/hour, largely
surpassing those of the the best piston-propeller fighters. Also notable was the very heavy armament of four 30-millimeter
cannons, exceptional for an aircraft of its size. There existed as well a line of advanced electronic equipment available for
the Me 262, which reached the maximum complexity in the night fight versions. These aircraft had only two cannons and a radar
device in the nose, which had antennas that reduced the top speed about 60 kilometers/hour. The cockpit was different as well,
for behind the pilot there was a radar operator.
The entrance to the Auschwitz concentration camp, in Poland, a former industrial complex eventually destined to serve as an
extermination camp for the liquidation of Jews. The words on the gate are of atrocious irony: "Work makes you free".
The barbed wire fence in Auschwitz, through which a high-voltage current traveled. After the war the infamous camp was restored
in honor and memory of the victims of the ruthless Nazi system.
Armored car of artesanal construction that was used by partisans during the days of the liberation of Denmark. The car was exhibited in
the Museum of Danish Resistance in Copenhagen.
The monument dedicated to the fallen in Pearl Harbor. It can be seen under water the silhouette of the battleship USS Arizona,
sunk during the attack.
In the place where it was the heart of the Jewish district in Warsaw, there is nowadays a wide open space in which it rises a
monument dedicated to the martyrs of the ghetto.
Numerous military cemeteries that populate the fields of Anzio are testimony of the extremely harsh combats suffered in that
Entrance of the sanctuary built after the war in the scenario of the Ardeatine Graves massacre, in the outskirts of Rome.
Many of the soldiers commanded by General Anders did not return from the desperate crusade that had brought them to Italy to
fight the Germans. The Polish fallen in Cassino rest in this cemetery nearby to the new abbey.
Commemorative stele of the La Storta massacre, last crime committed in Rome by the SS corps settled in Via Tasso.
The sanctuary built after the war in Marzabotto, as a memorial of the sacrifice of the victims of the Nazi massacre.