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Loved this movie. Storytlls another side to wartime. Moving. Funny and insiteful! I watch it again and again!Published 8 days ago by Rosie
My recent trip to Italy led to renewed interest in "The Monuments Men" (which then led to interest in the "Woman in Gold" film). Read morePublished 8 days ago by Joseph P. Tevington
Great book full of details about the heroic work of these great men and women.Published 9 days ago by Raymond Bial
I had seen the movie, but this book is so much more. I learned more about WW2 in reading The Monuments Men than from all other sources combined. Read morePublished 10 days ago by Kathleen Creighton
So very interest that these humble men took it upon themselves to save so much art for future generations to enjoy! A very worthy read!Published 10 days ago by slow learner
Excellent. Gripping. Everyone should read about this group of brave men and women.Published 11 days ago by eileen a. rice
Great item Great item Great item Great item Great item Great item Great item Great itemPublished 11 days ago by maurice hitt
Enjoyable, but a little slow at the beginning. Incredible story that more people need to be aware of! Read morePublished 12 days ago by Jordan Lopez
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|Where were the Monuments Men during the invasion of Iraq?||
There has not been a group like this since WWII and that is a shame. We must learn from history. They were so successful in Europe, but where were they in Korea, Vietnam, Desert Storm, Kosovo, Afghanistan, Iraq?? Is it because our military leaders since Gen. Eisenhower do not care to save... Read More
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