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.
800 mm super heavy rail gun Dora Adolf Hitler (Center), Albert Speer (left) and other dignitaries arrived at the site at Rugenwalde (now Darłowo, Poland), where they were represented the 800 mm super heavy rail gun Dora (80-cm-Kanone (E) and the prototype of the SAU SD. Kfz. 184 ' Ferdinand '. Rugenwalde, march 19th 1943
During WWII folks planted victory gardens. Some was kept for home consumption, some given to friends, relatives, and neighbors, some donated to the war effort. Showed how much people cared about one another during those dark days.