In the room there are four large, freestanding notice boards, two on each side. Both the front and back of these are covered in photographs, all black and white, all the same size, neatly organized in a grid pattern. The photos all depict the same thing, faces, people looking straight into the camera, not a single smile among them. All the people have number tags hung around their necks, a few of them have fresh bruises on their face and a large amount hold their arms behind their backs, their shoulders twisted backwards. These are pictures of prisoners, brought here to be imprisoned for “crimes against the state”; save for a few, they were all executed. Their photos are a testament to the meticulous brutality of their executioners. They sit here on display to remind us that we must not let history repeat itself.