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George Clooneys Film «The Monuments Men» über eine Truppe der Alliierten, die Nazi-Raubkunst aufspürte und rettete, macht aus einem. Erst Blitzlichtgewitter auf der Berlinale, jetzt auch im Kino. George Clooneys Film "The Monuments Men" erzählt die Geschichte der von den. Sieben britische und amerikanische Kunstexperten sollen gegen Ende des Zweiten Weltkriegs wichtige Kunstschätze vor der Zerstörung durch die Nazis bewahren und ihren rechtmäßigen Besitzern zurückbringen. Doch die alternden Museumsdirektoren. The Monuments Men. Weiterer Sport. Hollywood kennt jeder. Man könnte einen Kriegsfilm draus machen, ein Roadmovie quer durch Europa, eine Schatzsucher-Saga, ein Buddy-Movie, einen Kunstkrimi, ein Steam Halloween Sale 2019, ein Gedenkstunde, am besten alles zugleich. Donald Jeffries Ronald E. October 23, Sandro Iannotta All seems lost when she discovers that Stahl is taking all Freddys Nightmares her gallery's contents to Germany as the Allies approach Paris. The film is based on a true story. Their work continued throughby which time they had rescued, preserved and returned five million pieces of art and other cultural artifacts to their rightful owners. Join The Hunt. International Business Times. February 19, Retrieved May 4, The mines around Bad Grundparticularly the Wiemannsbucht and the Grube Hilfe Gottes, were used in the filming of outdoor Pentagon Papers.
By , the continent was largely under the control of Germany and its allies Italy and Japan. Among the dead, destroyed, and deported, were precious artworks.
Bombing had destroyed museums, galleries, and moreover, the rightful owners of these historic pieces. The Nazis did not hesitate to loot and steal them.
Before he became the tyrannical leader of Germany, Adolf Hitler was an aspiring artist. Though he was rejected from an art school as a young man, he continued to admire art and to paint on his own.
So confident was he about amassing a renowned art collection that he listed the Führermuseum — which was yet to be realized — as the heir to his own artworks in the event of his death.
They formed the Einsatzstab Reichsleiter Rosenberg ERR , an outfit that was explicitly tasked with the systematic looting of art and cultural artifacts across Europe.
The Parisian museum, Galerie Nationale du Jeu de Paume, was designated as the central storage unit for all the treasures that the Nazis plundered.
But the Nazis also hid their loot in salt mines across Germany and Austria. They were all pillaged from city museums, public galleries, and private collections.
He wound up taking two railroad cars full of art for himself alone. Nicknamed the Monuments Men, the unit was responsible for protecting cultural relics like churches and museums, assessing damaged art inside demolished cities, and initiating restoration projects.
The Monuments Men were not trained soldiers. As the war progressed, however, their duties expanded to documenting and retrieving those works stolen by the Nazis or preventing their capture in the first place.
Harry Ettlinger said during an interview for the documentary adaptation of the book Rape Of Europa. Nothing but our shoes. And no support of any kind from officialdom.
The Nazis were unaware that Valland was fluent in German and that she eavesdropped on them. She also worked closely with the Monuments Men to identify artworks stolen from France.
Another invaluable member of the Monuments Men was George Stout, a World War I veteran and Harvard art conservator who pioneered new techniques of conservation.
Stout joined the Monuments Men in December and was involved in one of the biggest operations they performed: the art rescue at Altaussee. Between and , the Nazis cached their extensive collection of stolen art in a network of mines across Germany and Austria in Altaussee, Merkers, and Siegen.
The Allied forces caught wind of the cache on a chance tip dropped by a German soldier who had worked under Göring while transporting stolen art to the mines.
Temperature conditions in the mines were consistently between 40 and 47 degrees Fahrenheit with 65 percent humidity, making them the perfect environment in which to hide valuable art.
The Nazi treasure trove was enormous. In the Mekers salt mine alone, U. In the Altaussee mine were at least 6, paintings, 2, drawings, prints, and sculptures.
James J. National Archives American soldiers with stolen art. Despite the work of the Monuments Men through the end of the war, there are still thousands of priceless pieces missing today.
Early in the war, Stout given the name Frank Stokes as played by George Clooney in the film unsuccessfully campaigned for the creation of a group like the Monuments Men with both American and British authorities.
Frustrated, the World War I veteran enlisted in the Navy and developed aircraft camouflage techniques until transferred to a small corps of 17 Monuments Men in December Stout had been crossing France, Germany and Belgium recovering works, often traveling in a Volkswagen captured from the Germans.
He was one of a handful of Monuments Men regularly in forward areas, though his letters home to his wife, Margie, mentioned only "field trips.
Monuments Men like Stout often operated alone with limited resources. In one journal entry, Stout said he calculated the boxes, crates, and packing materials needed for a shipment.
So they made do. Stout transformed German sheepskin coats and gas masks into packing materials. He and his small band of colleagues rounded up guards and prisoners to pack and load.
The Allies knew of Altaussee thanks to a toothache. Two months earlier, Posey was in the ancient city of Trier in eastern Germany with Kirstein and needed treatment.
The son-in-law told them the location of Goering's collection as well as Hitler's stash at Altaussee. Hitler claimed Altaussee as the perfect hideaway for loot intended for his Linz museum.
The complex series of tunnels had been mined by the same families for 3, years, as Stout noted in his journal. Inside, the conditions were constant, between 40 and 47 degrees and about 65 percent humidity, ideal for storing the stolen art.
The deepest tunnels were more than a mile inside the mountain, safe from enemy bombs even if the remote location was discovered.
The Germans built floors, walls, and shelving as well as a workshop deep in the chambers. From through early , a stream of trucks transported tons of treasures into the tunnels.
When Stout arrived there on May 21, , shortly after hostilities ended, he chronicled the contents based on Nazi records: 6, paintings, 2, drawings or watercolors, prints, pieces of sculpture, pieces of arms and armor, 79 baskets of objects, cases of objects thought to be archives, 78 pieces of furniture, tapestries, 1,, cases apparently books or similar, and cases contents completely unknown.
The Nazis had built elaborate storage shelving and a conservation workshop deep within the mine, where the main chambers were more than a mile inside the mountain.
Stout also noted that there were plans for the demolition of the mine. All military transport and communication facilities, industrial establishments and supply depots, as well as anything else of value within Reich territory, which could in any way be used by the enemy immediately or within the foreseeable future for the prosecution of the war, will be destroyed.
He moved eight crates into the mines in April. They were marked "Marble - Do Not Drop," but actually contained 1, pound bombs.
On May 3, days before Posey and Kirstein entered, the local miners removed the crates with the large bombs. By the time Eigruber learned, it was too late.
Two days later, the small charges were fired, closing the mine's entrances, sealing the art safely inside.
By June 24, Stout extended the workday to 4 a. Communication was difficult; he was often unable to contact Posey.
There weren't enough trucks for the trip to the collecting point, the former Nazi Party headquarters, in Munich, miles away. And the ones he got often broke down.
There wasn't enough packing material. Finding food and billets for the men proved difficult. And it rained. By July 1, the boundaries had not been settled so Stout and his crew moved forward.
The next morning Stout accompanied them to the Munich collecting point. On July 19, he reported that 80 truckloads, 1, paintings, 1, cases of paintings and sculpture, 11 sculptures, 30 pieces of furniture and 34 large packages of textiles had been removed from the mine.
In her book, Nicholas says Stout, during just more than a year in Europe, had taken one and a half days off.
Stout rarely mentioned his central role campaigning for the Monuments Men and then saving countless pieces of priceless art during the war.
He spoke about the recoveries at Altaussee and two other mines briefly in that oral history, but spent most of the interview talking about his museum work.
Preston Savitz Dimitri Leonidas Viktor Stahl Holger Handtke Colonel Wegner Michael Hofland Priest Claude Zachary Baharov Dentist Sam Hazeldine Edit Storyline Based on the true story of the greatest treasure hunt in history, The Monuments Men is an action drama focusing on an unlikely World War II platoon, tasked by FDR with going into Germany to rescue artistic masterpieces from Nazi thieves and returning them to their rightful owners.
Taglines: It was the greatest art heist in history. Edit Did You Know? Goofs When they are all looking at a map and deciding where each team will go, spent rifle cartridges are used as markers.
The cartridges used in the scene are 7. Quotes Frank Stokes : I was told that before you were sent here, you ran one of those camps.
Colonel Wegner : Who told you that? Frank Stokes : A little bird. Colonel Wegner : You're not Jewish, lieutenant? Frank Stokes : No. Colonel Wegner : Then you should thank me.
Frank Stokes : You know, I don't smoke either. My first cigarette. I'm gonna go home soon. There's a deli down the street called Sid's.
Every morning, I walk there and I get a cup of coffee and a bagel, and I read the newspaper. I think about Crazy Credits At the beginning of the end credits there are black and white photos of the real Monuments Men with some of the art they saved.
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