It’s hard to imagine how anybody could do this or how the world could watch on and let it happen. A trip to Auschwitz provides more questions than answers.
Skull Tower was built in the Serbian city of Nis two hundred years ago to scare off attackers. Almost 1000 human skulls were used in construction.
The Killing Fields on the outskirts of Phnom Penh is one of the vivid reminders of the brutality of the Cambodian Khmer Rouge regime which killed millions.
This is more than just any ordinary museum. This was the scene of some of the most horrific abuses of Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge regime. So how should we feel?
So many good men lost their lives during the construction of the ill-fated Burma-Thailand Railway. Hellfire Pass is a moving tribute to the POWs.
Riding the Death Railway and seeing the track where so many people lost their lives is a sobering experience. It’s hard to imagine what it was like.
D-Day was one of the most important 20th century events – it started the end of WWII. If you only have one day to see some of the sites, try these.
The memorial at Pegasus Bridge in Normandy is the only D-Day museum in the area dedicated to the British. I chat with curator, Mark Worthington, to learn more.