Evacuation of works of art to Chambord

Put together by the director of national museums, an evacuation plan of the parisian museums' works of art to Chambord is applied from 1939 to protect them against air raids. Attendants and managers keep watch day and night on this legacy, including among others Leonardo da Vinci's Mona Lisa, fearing theft, humidity or fire. At the end of the war, all the works of art find  their place back in their respective museums.