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Saving Italy: The Race to Rescue a Nation's Treasures from the Nazis Kindle Edition
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Yes the book does cover the lost works of art but its a mess. factually incorrect in that it ignores the difference between Great Britain/United kingdom and England, has a bias towards the American role in the war - there are assertions that the "English" bombed without care and the Americans were precise so how can you take this book seriously when these facts are bent in the favour of the Americans. makes you winder how much of the book is made up or guesswork or was it predominantly written for an American audience.
i did find some facts interesting but all in all a wasted opportunity to present what should have been an unbiased history of the art thefts in Italy.
The books is beautifully printed on high quality paper.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought for better half who is a slow reader and just started it (late Feb 2015) so can't comment so far.Published 17 months ago by Mrs. S. Wood
Excellent resource and reference. An interesting history chapter which has been well written.Published on 21 July 2014 by Robyn T. Crimmin
Very interesting book. Thoroughly enjoyable reading.Published on 4 July 2014 by Antoinette Sant Cassia
Very interesting but written from a very American point of view. Just remind me, were the British in WWII at all?Published on 22 May 2014 by Margaret Williams
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