Village Voices – Monuments Men
Posted on January 2nd, 2016 by Elizabeth Nelson
Maygene Daniels, a long-time, world -renowned archivist at the National Gallery of Art will present a talk on the Monuments Men, Monday January 12, 2016 from 7-8 p.m. at the Northeast Library, 330 7th St. NE.
The Monuments Men true adventure story began in Washington, D.C. and continued in battle zones in Italy, France, Belgium, and Germany during and after the war. Learn about the amazing story of saved art works and historic artifacts and the heroics on the front lines in Europe and the behind-the-scenes strategies. Listen to stories and see rich illustrations about the real Monuments Men (and women), the military officers who saved art, archives, libraries and cultural monuments in Europe during World War II.
Capitol Hill Village is sponsoring a series, “Village Voices”, for the community to meet and learn from each other in informal, free, public discussions about a range of social, economic and political topics. The series is free, open to the public and does not require (but does prefer) registration. To register, call 543-1778 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and number attending.