This chapter examines and compares exhibitions of national history in national museums in Sweden, Finland, Hungary and China. It reviews the curatorial techniques used to create histories that are wanted rather than empirically true. While China's open commitment to ideological propaganda is well known, ideology is imprinted on each of these exhibitions. In comparison to the morality of Enlightenment knowledge that has concerned the previous chapters, these narratives show a commitment to the morality of the nation, even if not strongly nationalistic. Each of these narratives, however, also draws upon the virtue of being authored in an Enlightenment institution committed to truth. The chapter also looks at Red Tourism in Yan'an.