Tag Archive: World War II

The Spoils of World War II: The American Military’s Role in Stealing Europe’s Treasures

More than 50 years of research and documentation have finally revealed the extent to which the German forces acquired artworks from the lands they occupied and portrays the American military forces as both liberators . . . and plunderers themselves.

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The Barnes Review, January/February 2012

The January/February issue of The Barnes Review is composed almost entirely from material on World War II. The brainchild of TBR editor and publisher Willis A. Carto, who fought in the Asian theater in World War II, this issue is built around his monograph “A Straight Look at the Second World War.” As Willis points out without varnish, World War II was a colossal disaster for the white race…

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