Oppose or Appease?

A new interactive at the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles puts the visitor in the role of the Prime Minister of Britain during the days leading up to World War II and poses the question, “Could Hitler have been stopped and the war avoided?”

Cortina Productions researched and developed an experience that allows visitors to explore the events leading up to the outbreak of war in Europe through historic records, speeches, and footage that shine a light on the actions and plans of Hitler, those who sought to oppose him, and those who sought to appease him. Armed with this knowledge, visitors are tasked with making decisions about how they would respond to the impending threat of war and get a glimpse of what might have happened if history had played out differently.

The new exhibit is open to the public now at the Museum of Tolerance in Los Angeles.