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Tag: Sylvia Naylor
Today’s post was written by Dr. Greg Bradsher and Dr. Sylvia Naylor, Archivists at the National Archives in College Park. Dr. Alfred Hentzen, on the staff of the Kaiser Friedrich Museum in Berlin, was mobilized into the German Army in mid-1942. While serving on the Intelligence Staff of a Panzer Division in North Africa, he […]
Posted by Daniel on July 14, 2015, under Military Records, Monuments Men, Outside NARA, Reference.
Today’s post was written by Dr. Greg Bradsher and Dr. Sylvia Naylor, archivists at the National Archives in College Park. This post is also featured on our Rediscovering Black History blog. In April 1945 the 555th Parachute Infantry Battalion received orders to move to the West Coast for a special assignment. Members of this all African American unit hoped to finally see combat […]
Posted by Guest Blogger on February 12, 2015, under Archives II, History, Military Records, Reference.
Today’s blog is written by Dr. Greg Bradsher and Dr. Sylvia Naylor, Archivists at the National Archives in College Park. The recent movie, The Monuments Men, and the continuing interest in art provenance research, prompted us to share some information about the primary records for research documenting the work of the Monuments Men (actually Monuments, Fine […]
Posted by Netisha on March 27, 2014, under Archives II, History, Monuments Men, Reference.
Today’s post, written by Dr. Sylvia Naylor, is the next installment to an ongoing series of posts on real-life Monuments Men. See related posts on Sir Charles Leonard Woolley, Walter J. Huchthausen, Seymour J. Pomrenze, Mason Hammond, Edith Standen, Karol Estreicher, S. Lane Faison, Sir Hilary Jenkinson, Walter Horn, Douglas Cooper, Ronald Balfour and Walter Hancock. The newly released movie, The Monuments Men, has focused great attention […]
Posted by Guest Blogger on February 20, 2014, under Archives II, Military Records, Monuments Men.
Today’s post is written by Dr. Greg Bradsher and Dr. Sylvia Naylor. The movie The Monuments Men has generated great interest in the subject of the protection of cultural property during World War II and raised the issue of how far commanders should go in protecting cultural property in instances of risk to the […]
Posted by Guest Blogger on February 10, 2014, under History, Military Records, Reference.
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