Museum of the Second World War (Muzeum II Wojny Światowej) was opened in March 2017 midst open dispute between the Museum director (a former director now) and deputy PM/culture minister Gliński. Officially the dispute concerns the political message (the government insists on more patriotic education and more attention to suffering and heroism of Poles/Poland while the former director wanted a more universal message of horrendous sufferings of all involved nations.)
While generally I agree with the line of the former director I do not like/recommend the museum at all. It is very, very poor. And it is poor as it lacks interesting exhibits---which is more than visible from the very beginning (cf. photos). Lot of empty rooms, or huge showcases with almost nothing inside or boring stuff (everyday objects: spoons, plates, bicycles etc...). Many replicas/models, very often ridiculously small (ship 30cm long or a tank even smaller). Some stuff not particularly relevant (replica of pre-war Warsaw street or drawings from children competition "How you imagine a war")
In my opinion for a person with a decent knowledge of the subject visiting the museum would be a pure waste of time (and money---less important as the tickets are pretty cheap).
It seems Charlie Hebdo massacre is a big surprise in France but what shock me even more is that the plain fact that France is at war with ISIS (cf French planes carry out air strikes on Isis targets in Iraq) was so efficiently obliterated from the awarness of the french populations, that the attack is met with naive incredulity and the reaction to it is so infantile.
The victims are presented now as defenders of freedom of speech which is not the case. They just produced stupid pictures, went to war with religion and (to their surprise) the religion retaliated. True free speach hero is (among many others) Norman Finkelstein who comments Charlie Hebdo massacre with the picture reprinted here.
Not very long ago, there was a lot of LGBT propaganda before Sochi Olympics Games related to alleged Putin's war with LGBT Russians. Opinion leader Stephen Fry's open letter to PM Cameron/IOC was a good example of hysteria created then.
IMHO the letter was extremely stupid (as stupid as its creator), namely Putin was compared to Hitler and LGBT Russians to Jews in the 3rd Reich (He is making scapegoats of gay people, just as Hitler did Jews).
Unfortunately Putin started a real war, not a war with some scapegoats.... And of course comparing 6 millions murdered Jews with `suffering gays' is pure and simple grave robbery (taniec na trumnach in Polish).
Fry's letter is here