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WWII Monuments Men weren't all men. The female members finally move into the spotlight

By Jamie Stengle


DALLAS (AP) — After World War II, the U.S. Army’s art experts set out to find and return millions of works stolen by the Nazis. Known as the Monuments Men, they included Mary Regan Quessenberry, who from her base in Berlin traveled to examine stolen works, tracked looting cases and investigated suspicious art dealers.




Learn more about the Foundation's translation project of Monuments Woman Rose Valland's book at https://www.monumentsmenandwomenfnd.org/support/the-art-front.


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