The Holocaust Exhibition charts how, for the first time, industrial methods were used for the mass extermination of a race of people. The appalling story starts with the turbulent political environment in Europe after the First World War and traces the rise of the Nazi party. Also showing is a special 30-minute film: Crimes Against Humanity: an Exploration of Genocide and Ethnic Violence. Shot by film-makers Annie Dodds and James Barker, commentators include Fergal Keane, Martin Bell and international jurist Richard Goldstone. The film runs throughout the day.
Imperial War Museum, London SE1 (020-7416 5000; www.iwm.org.uk) free