Cigarettes, gramophones, even guard dogs. There was nothing that the Great War didn't provide a good excuse to buy.
The "Monuments Men" of Europe weren't the only ones scrambling to keep priceless works out of Hitler's reach.
Kubrick wanted to tell the tale of Dietrich Schulz-Koehn, a swing-loving Luftwaffe officer who wrote about the music scenes in Nazi-occupied cities using the pen name "Dr. Jazz."
NHL fans may have gotten desperate during the lockout, but not as desperate as Ernest Shackleton's men.