As amazed as I was in seeing one of these in person and the appreciation I have for human ingenuity and engineering, the museum also has a few reminders of the Reich who used it against much of the world.
|Some of Hitler's personal artifacts. This case radiated pure evil.|
But do not despair, this museum is full of Allied goodness as well. It even has artifacts from early in the Cold War.
|Norden Bombsight: Used by Allied forces for precision, high-altitude bombing runs.|
|American individualism exhibited in the form of a jacket from the Big Red 1|
|Recreation of home fallout shelter|
|Ike's presidential era podium for telecasts. Don't worry, gingercat will only use her powers for good.|
|Gemini and Apollo memorabilia|
|Mommy! Are you my Mommy? For the uninitiated, this is a Whovian moment.|
|Early Jetsonian living room. This one is special for Ted Munk.|
In case you are curious, all of these photos came straight out of a Fuji X100. I am in love with this camera.
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