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In this blog post, learn more about the "Monuments Men," museum curators, art historians, and others trained to identify and protect artworks, archives, and monuments of historical and cultural significance subject to harsh conditions during the last years of World War II. | First Lieutenant James J. Rorimer, at left, and Sergeant Antonio T. Valin examine recovered objects. Neuschwanstein, Germany, May 1945. Photograph by U.S. Signal Corps.

In this blog post, learn more about the "Monuments Men," museum curators, art historians, and others trained to identify and protect artworks, archives, and monuments of historical and cultural significance subject to harsh conditions during the last years of World War II. | First Lieutenant James J. Rorimer, at left, and Sergeant Antonio T. Valin examine recovered objects. Neuschwanstein, Germany, May 1945. Photograph by U.S. Signal Corps.

An injured crewman being removed from his US 8th Air Force B-17 bomber in England.

An injured crewman being removed from his US 8th Air Force B-17 bomber in England.

A postman emptying the pillar box the morning after a heavy bombing raid in London. Circa 1940-41.

A postman emptying the pillar box the morning after a heavy bombing raid in London. Circa 1940-41.

U.S. soldier looks back at the beach after landing, Colleville sur Mer, Normandy, June 6 1944

U.S. soldier looks back at the beach after the landing, Colleville sur Mer, Normandy, June 6 1944

U.S. soldier looks back at the beach after landing, Colleville sur Mer, Normandy, June 6 1944

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