The Institute of National Remembrance officially opened the “The Economy of the Third Reich” exhibition. It presents the sources of today’s economic power in Germany, a country where the most powerful companies experienced their greatest development during World War II, as a result of a ruthless policy of human exploitation.
The Director of the IPN National Education Office Adam Hlebowicz explained that the exhibition will explore the concepts and mechanisms of the Third Reich’s economy.
“We show the basics, where it started and what was Hitler’s idea for the economy of the country he ruled. We show the foundation, where did it come from, how Hitler came up with it, how he created it, and then the mechanisms behind it,” Hlebowicz explained.
Today by the Polonia House in Warsaw, the IPN President Karol Nawrocki opened an outdoor exhibit on WWII German companies exploiting foreign forced laborers.— Institute of National Remembrance (@ipngovpl_eng) January 12, 2023
"The Economy of the Third Reich," prepared in Polish and English, will be available until 1 February. pic.twitter.com/OI3OIyxFVI