The Monuments Men - Section Three, Germany: Chapters 24-36 Summary & Analysis

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Section Three, Germany: Chapters 24-36

Chapter 24: A German Jew in the U.S. Army

After his family settled in Newark, New Jersey, German Harry Ettlinger graduated from high school and was promptly drafted into the Army. While stationed in Macon, Georgia, Harry was given American citizenship before shipping out to Givet, Belgium. As Harry’s unit was shipping out to join the 99th Infantry Division, Harry and two others were pulled off the transport truck for an unknown assignment.

Chapter 25: Coming Through the Battle

In February 1945, Walker Hancock found himself back in La Gleize, Belgium. Hancock was shocked to see the devastation that took place in La Gleize during the Battle of the Bulge. The only thing left of the La Gleize Cathedral was the Madonna. Hancock found resistance among the villagers, however, when he suggested he take the statue...

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