Helen Mirren testifies on Stolen Art in World War II on Capitol Hill
Helen Mirren testifies on Stolen Art in World War II on Capitol Hill
From left to right, former Ambassador Ronald S. Lauder, Actress Helen Mirren, Monica Dugot, International Director Of Restitution at Christie’s Inc., Agnes Peresztegi, President Commission for Art Recovery, and Simon Goodman, whose family has had artwork allegedly stolen from them in World War II, are sworn-in before testifying in support of the HEAR Act, legislation to help Holocaust survivors and their families recover art stolen by the Nazis in World War II, during a Senate Judiciary Subcommittee on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C. on June 7, 2016. Mirren played in the movie "Woman in Gold", a film about a Jewish refugee attempting to recover artwork taken from her family by Nazis in World War II. Photo by Kevin Dietsch/UPI
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WAP20160607324
Date:
June 07, 2016
Object Name:
TSA HEARING
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News, TSA Hearing, Airport Seurity, Security Lines, Airport Screening, Security, TSA
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American News
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NFL Football, Politics, Sports




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