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Officially called the Monuments, Fine Arts and Archives Section, but known as the Monuments Men, the unit consisted of archaeologists, curators and art historians.
In truth, more than 300 Allied servicemen and women worked in the Monuments, Fine Arts and Archives program in the final years of the war.
There were around 350 men and women from 13 nations signed up to the Allied Forces' Monuments, Fine Arts and Archives (MFAA) section, during and immediately after the war.
The Monuments, Fine Arts and Archives program was soon born.
Navy, and soon was a key member of the Monuments, Fine Arts and Archives section (MFAA), charged with finding thousands of items of stolen art and straightening out the chaos in the museums of Europe left by the Germans.