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Film Trailer #2 (From Huffington Post: "New 'Monuments Men' Trailer Gets Serious")
The American Society of International Law Cultural Heritage and the Arts Interest Group
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The protection of monuments in Europe and Asia during WWII, law governing the “Spoils of War Doctrine,” legacy issues for museums and the art market
Prevention efforts in problem areas since WWII: Evolution of U.S. law, policy and practice
Lunchtime Conversation with Lynn H. Nicholas, Independent Researcher and Author, The Rape of Europa
Present-day initiatives to prevent and remedy looting and the trade of works looted during times of conflict
The use of the Internet, social media, television, news industry and film to raise awareness of looting, theft, and cultural heritage issues.
Afterword by Robert Edsel, Author and President, Monuments Men Foundation