In this context, the Wannsee Conference plays a key role. While there is a certain degree of awareness about the Holocaust in many parts of the world, the role of the administration in these crimes is still mostly unknown. Generally, the history of Nazi persecution is recounted from the perspective of the victims and their liberators. The role of the perpetrators and their perspective has frequently been ignored. This is true both in Holocaust museums throughout the world and in the public discourse on National Socialism and the Holocaust. The exhibition wants to inform about the Wannsee Conference as a key example of how hundreds of thousands of ordinary bureaucrats and administrators were involved in the Holocaust: an involvement and complicity based on the fulfilment of day-to-day tasks without thinking about the consequences or (even worse) in full knowledge of the consequences, and the willingness to accept them.