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The rape of Europa

Author: Richard BergeNicole NewnhamBonni CohenJon ShenkRobert M EdselAll authors
Publisher: [Venice, Calif.] : Video Service Corp, 2010.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Imagine the world without our masterpieces. Interviews with eyewitnesses and historians and newsreel footage show how during World War II the Nazis systematically took or destroyed the art of Europe. It follows the heroic Europeans who first hid, and then set out to find and return what had been taken, with the help of the Allied forces "Monuments Men". It is work that continues to this day.
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Genre/Form: Vidéo
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Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Richard Berge; Nicole Newnham; Bonni Cohen; Jon Shenk; Robert M Edsel; Joan Allen; Lynn H Nicholas; Actual Films,; Agon Arts & Entertainment,; Oregon Public Broadcasting,; Video Service Corp.
OCLC Number: 798915445
Language Note: En anglais, en allemand, en polonais, en français, en russe et en italien avec sous-titres en anglais.
Notes: Basé sur le livre écrit par Lynn H. Nicholas.
Production originale réalisée en 2006.
Documentaire.
Credits: Director of photography, Jon Shenk ; editor, Josh Peterson ; music composer, Marco d'Ambrosio, narrator, Joan Allen ; for Actual: Jon Shenk, producer.
Performer(s): Narrator, Joan Allen.
Description: 1 DVD-vidéo (117 min.) : son., coul. avec séquences en n&b
Details: DVD-vidéo.
Responsibility: Video Service Corp. ; in association with Agon Arts & Entertainment presents ; written, produced and directed by Richard Berge, Nicole Newnham and Bonni Cohen ; co-producer, Robert M. Edsel and Jon Shenk ; an Actual Films production, in association with Agon Arts & Entertainment and Oregon Public Broadcasting.

Abstract:

Imagine the world without our masterpieces. Interviews with eyewitnesses and historians and newsreel footage show how during World War II the Nazis systematically took or destroyed the art of Europe. It follows the heroic Europeans who first hid, and then set out to find and return what had been taken, with the help of the Allied forces "Monuments Men". It is work that continues to this day.

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