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The lost masters : World War II and the looting of Europe's treasurehouses

著者: Peter Harclerode; Brendan Pittaway
出版商: New York : Welcome Rain Publishers, 2000.
版本/格式:   图书 : 英语 : 1st Welcome Rain ed查看所有的版本和格式
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"The Nazis systematically looted Europe's treasurehouses to accumulate a magnificent hoard of important and priceless art collections. Much loot was recovered at war's end, but vast quantities disappeared again, pillaged by Stalin's Red Army and other Allies alike. To this day, many of those who suffered the loss of their collections remain impoverished and empty-handed." "The Lost Masters is an account of the  再读一些...
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Harclerode, Peter, 1947-
Lost masters.
New York : Welcome Rain Publishers, 2000
(OCoLC)606228382
Online version:
Harclerode, Peter, 1947-
Lost masters.
New York : Welcome Rain Publishers, 2000
(OCoLC)606365734
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所有的著者/提供者: Peter Harclerode; Brendan Pittaway
ISBN: 1566491657 9781566491655
OCLC号码: 44266421
注意: Originally published: London : Gollancz, 1999.
描述: xiv, 402 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. ; 24 cm.
内容: 1. The Pillage of Europe --
2. Licensed to Loot --
3. The Thief of Karinhall --
4. The Treasure Hunters --
5. Operation Ebensburg --
6. The Swiss Connection --
7. A Wild Goose Chase --
8. To the Victors the Spoils --
9. Trophies of War --
10. The Land of the Free --
11. Blood on their Hands --
12. Twice Bitten --
13. A Can of Worms --
14. No End in Sight.
责任: Peter Harclerode & Brendan Pittaway.

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"The Nazis systematically looted Europe's treasurehouses to accumulate a magnificent hoard of important and priceless art collections. Much loot was recovered at war's end, but vast quantities disappeared again, pillaged by Stalin's Red Army and other Allies alike. To this day, many of those who suffered the loss of their collections remain impoverished and empty-handed." "The Lost Masters is an account of the tragic looting of Europe and the victims' attempts to reclaim the precious art heritage in the face of indifference from governments and the international art trade. It also includes the story of how courage possibly saved from destruction the most famous painting in the world, Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa."--BOOK JACKET.

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