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There two books entitled Monuments Men. One is a script for a play or Hollywood movie. It is not readable unless you desire the script. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Benjamin H. Flemingexcellentaccountonthecourse of thevye
This was a great book. These were brave people that protected and preserved these great works of art.Published 5 days ago by Cami's Grammy
Great book. Lots of interesting facts about the little known effort to preserve the arts in Europe during World War II.Published 5 days ago by J B.
Well written, good information and quite interesting view of how the US and allies worked v the Nazis and USSR. Significant contrast.Published 9 days ago by Suzanne C. Hughes
Although this was a really interesting story, I found the writing very boring and not very engaging.Published 16 days ago by Loralee McElroy
Fascinating book. Completely different new and unusual perspective of WWII.Published 17 days ago by dlb703
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|Where were the Monuments Men during the invasion of Iraq?||
Obviously, the Monuments Men were active 65 years ago so you can't expect them to have been around during the Iraqi conflict.
And this group of soldiers was specifically appointed to gather together people who could save national treasures; it was an organized group. They could float around... Read More
Nov 18, 2009 by B. Zimmer | See all 7 posts