Beyond the Monument Men: How U.S. Museums Protected Their Own Art From the Nazis

It seems unnecessary in hindsight, but in 1942 and ’43, after Pearl Harbor and the bombing of Britain, air attacks on the U.S. mainland seemed like a real danger. Here are the (considerable) steps some art institutions took to protect their holdings.

Source: The Atlantic

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