Visited Exeter Museum today. It's recently reopened after a multi million pound refit. I was not swept off my feet by any stretch of the imagination; same old exhibits in glass cases but at least they had made a few nice architectural improvements.
The (only) highlight was a map; the only one I found. But at least it was interesting. It's a late 1930s German map of Exeter with highlighted targets for the Lutfwaffe. Targets include cultural buildings, war stores, hospitals and railway hubs.
Exeter was bombed in 1942 as a revenge for the Allies' bombing of Lubeck. There's no right in war is there?