Glenn Beck and curators from the Dallas Holocaust Museum discussed how important symbols, appearance, and identity were to Nazis on "Glenn" today.
He also asked how the museum staff handle such dark material every day. They said that people must never forget what happened, and that helps them stay focused.
They also are able to empathize somewhat with the German people, because in learning more about the era, they realized how often people's families and lives were threatened. Those who did resist the Nazi party were usually younger people since they had less to lose.