I am pleased to announce dates for a one-of-a kind trip we have designed in conjunction with The National World War II Museum. This September 14-23, we will be taking a small group on a unique experience: In the Footsteps of the Monuments Men.
(Monuments Men Harry Ettlinger and Monuments Men Foundation Founder and President Robert Edsel at National World War II Museum)
Monuments Man Harry Ettlinger will join me to help lead this 10 day trip during which we will visit the key locations in which the Monuments Men worked including some of the most dramatic moments of their wartime duty: discovery of Nazi treasure troves at the Castle of Neucshwanstein, and in the Alt Aussee salt mine, a repository uncovered by the Monuments Men that contained thousands of works of art destined for Hitler’s Führermuseum.
We will also visit the site of Hitler’s home in Berchtesgaden and the Eagle’s Nest where many of the albums of photographs of works of art stolen by the Nazis were located. The tour includes travel from Paris to the final destination in Munich, luxury accommodations and meals.
The National World War II Museum is committed to bringing the history of World War II to life, and has years of experience organizing such trips. We are very excited to be working with their team of experts and historians in making this the experience of a lifetime.
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