MUNA is short for ‘ammunition factory’ and this museum tells the story of production for the Luftwaffe near Grebenhain from 1936 to 1945. The museum opened in 2011 in the old village elementary school. The first exhibition shows the construction of the factory and its role under the Nazis during the war years with a film of testimony by a former forced labourer who worked here under partly dangerous and inhumane conditions. The second exhibition explains the diverse use of the site since the end of the Second World War: as an industrial area, a NATO supply camp and a holiday camp. It also shows material related to the peace movement that protested against NATO’s nuclear weapons in the 1980s. In 2013, the museum opened to the public a nearby bunker built in 1981 at the NATO supply camp.