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This was a very fascinating book. I like learning about WWII and this story was overlaid with the battles and troop movements that were going on around the men who were trying to... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
Good book but a bit average for how it is written Thank God we had those men.Published 1 day ago by Amazon Customer
Thought it would be more exciting, but, writing is poor.Published 2 days ago by Jeanette Stryjewski
fASINATING PART OF WARS I WAS NOT AWARE OF. gLAD TO KNOW SMEONE IS LOOKING AFTER OUR TREASURES AND THAT WE AS MULTIPLE COUNTRIES CAN AGREE ON THIS.Published 8 days ago by Anita Kay Worley
Everyone needs to read this story, which for years was unknown. One of my wife's teachers at college was a monument man, who identity was never known, like all these heroes, until... Read morePublished 12 days ago by Donald A. Collins
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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