Harry Ettlinger holds a picture of himself while he speaks during an interview at his home at Rockaway in New Jersey, November 20, 2013. When news of a hidden trove of Nazi-looted art in Munich came ... more 
Harry Ettlinger holds a picture of himself while he speaks during an interview at his home at Rockaway in New Jersey, November 20, 2013. When news of a hidden trove of Nazi-looted art in Munich came to light this month, the 87-year-old man in a quiet retirement community in New Jersey straightened a copy of a Rembrandt self-portrait hanging on his wall, completely unsurprised. The picture is a constant reminder to Ettlinger of his days with the "Monuments Men," the allied forces team tasked with returning looted art to its rightful owners at the end of World War Two. Picture taken November 20, 2013. To match story GERMANY-ART/MONUMENTSMEN REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY) less 
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