Monuments, Fine Arts, and Archives program
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Basic Information

The Monuments, Fine Arts, and Archives program was an organization instituted by the Allies in World War II. It was established by American president Franklin D. Roosevelt on June 23, 1943. Their mission was to safeguard historical monuments and pieces of art from the ravages of the war.



Game and Story Use

  • In a cinematic game, player characters could be highly-trained commandos working for this organization and liberating artwork and artifacts stolen by Those Wacky Nazis. Saying "That belongs in a museum!" is not mandatory, but highly encouraged nonetheless.
    • Some of these artifacts might have occult significance or supernatural powers, making the work of this organization all the more important as World War II is fought on a mystical plane as well.
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