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A very fine history about a little known or publicized aspect of WWII. A good read.Published 13 hours ago by Jack Miotti
I agree with many of the other reviewers that this is a difficult book to get into. About half-way through though I actually began to look forward to the next time I would be able... Read morePublished 13 hours ago by No No Nannette "Nan"
Rather disappointing account of what should be a most interesting storyPublished 8 days ago by Anthony Arthuf Paul Willy
I'm going to do what others have suggested and read "The Rape of Europa" instead. I've gotten to page 85 and am giving up. It's ponderous and boring. Terribly written.Published 8 days ago by Roman Descendant
What the monuments men did was remarkable, as no army in history had ever been convinced to even attempt to protect artwork and monuments. Read morePublished 19 days ago by Linda Mclaughlin
Poorly written, though an interesting story. Repetitive in detail to the point of frustration. The Monument men deserved a much better book.Published 28 days ago by Nathaniel R. Brown
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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