See larger Many of the exhibits inside the Traces Bus-eum were collected by Michael Luick-Thrams, while travelling throughout Germany. The bus-eum provided a movie and stories from POWs from World War II. During WWII the U.S. government interned approximately 15,000 German-Americans. The three goals of the bus-eum include exhibits on how both Americans and Germans experienced life in camps, the effects of Nazism before WWII, and Midwesterners responses to Nazi Persecution, refugees, and the Holocaust.
Photo by Laura Pacter

Many of the exhibits inside the Traces Bus-eum were collected by Michael Luick-Thrams, while travelling throughout Germany. The bus-eum provided a movie and stories from POWs from World War II. During WWII the U.S. government interned approximately 15,000 German-Americans. The three goals of the bus-eum include exhibits on how both Americans and Germans experienced life in camps, the effects of Nazism before WWII, and Midwesterners responses to Nazi Persecution, refugees, and the Holocaust. Photo by Laura Pacter

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