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I`ll be back: Schwarzenegger was criticized after visiting the museum in Auschwitz

The museum has already explained what the actor meant by leaving the famous phrase in the guest book.

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75-year-old Hollywood actor Arnold Schwarzenegger traveled to Poland, where he visited the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum in Auschwitz. The visit was not without incident, writes Variety.

After the departure of the celebrity, the administration of the institution shared a photo of the inscription left by Schwarzenegger in the guest book. The actor left on the page the legendary phrase from the action movie “Terminator” “I'll be back” (“I'll be back”).

The quote from the movie later drew criticism from social media users. One user called it “frivolous” while another wrote: “Not sure the tone was entirely appropriate.”

“This visit was intended to be relatively short. The caption was supposed to be a promise to come back for another and more detailed visit,” the museum's page explained.

The Auschwitz Memorial also said that Schwarzenegger visited the site to “honor all the victims of the camp and deepen his knowledge of history, which would help him fight prejudices in our days”.

At the beginning of the year, Arnold was announced the winner of the “Fight Against Hate” award from the Auschwitz Jewish Center Foundation. The actor stated that he is “a witness to the ruins of a country destroyed by the Nazis”:

“I saw with my own eyes how this hatred got out of control, and I share these painful memories with the world in the hope of preventing future tragedies and teach soldiers personal responsibility.I support the Auschwitz Jewish Center Foundation and its educational mission to ensure that NEVER AGAIN.”