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What happened to all the art that Nazis looted? This Jewish Museum exhibit tells the story of several masterworks. - Jewish Telegraphic Agency
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Monuments Men: On the Front Line to Save Europe's Art, 1942-1946
Edith Standen, Rose Valland and a soldier converse while men prepare paintings for transportation
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How the Monuments Men Saved Italy’s Treasures
How the Monuments Men Saved Italy’s Treasures | History | Smithsonian
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How France Hid the Louvre’s Masterpieces During WWII
How France Hid the Louvres Masterpieces During WWII
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The Monuments Men and the Race to Save Masterpieces, A Q&A with Robert Edsel
Monuments Officer Captain Deane Keller visits the Florentine repository at Montegufoni during the winter of 1944/45. The 246 paintings found by Fred Hartt in early August 1944, including Botticelli’s masterpiece Primavera, were still there. Deane Keller Papers. Manuscripts & Archives, Yale University
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Harry Ettlinger
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The Nazis' secret treasure trove: How Holocaust survivors can now track down works of art looted during World War Two
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The Third Reich's Pillage of European Art and Treasures
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Monuments Men: On the Front Line to Save Europe's Art, 1942-1946
Monuments Men Recovered Paintings | men packing art for shipment 1945
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Monuments Man Harry Ettlinger ~ 1945
CAPTAIN WALKER HANCOCK was a prominent sculptor and one of the famous "Monuments Men" who worked to save European art during WWII. He was born in St. Louis and attended both CENTRAL VPA HIGH SCHOOL and Washington University. Military, Charles County, St Louis, Second World
Hancock, Capt. Walker K. | Monuments Men and Women | Monuments Men Foundation
CAPTAIN WALKER HANCOCK was a prominent sculptor and one of the famous "Monuments Men" who worked to save European art during WWII. He was born in St. Louis and attended both CENTRAL VPA HIGH SCHOOL and Washington University.
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The Monument's Men's Finest Nazi-Looted Art Recoveries: Michelangelo, Da Vinci, Vermeer, and More (Photos)
The Monument's Men's Finest Nazi-Looted Art Recoveries: Michelangelo, Da Vinci, Vermeer, and More (Photos)
In New Haven, an Exhibition on a Monuments Man, Yale Professor and #LeagueArtist Who Helped Rescue Art During World War II Keller, Wwii
In New Haven, an Exhibition on a Yale Professor Who Helped Rescue Art During World War II (Published 2015)
In New Haven, an Exhibition on a Monuments Man, Yale Professor and #LeagueArtist Who Helped Rescue Art During World War II
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How Accurate Is The Monuments Men?
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Monuments Men and Women Foundation | Resources | The Archives | Photos
Almost sixty-five years later, Harry Ettlinger reflects with pride on a life well-lived as a Monuments Man as he stands in front of his grandfather’s print of the very painting he was never allowed to see as a Jewish boy growing up in Karlsruhe, Germany.