Randol Schoenberg

Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust

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U.S. attorney, based in Los Angeles, California, who has worked on legal cases related to the recovery of works of art alleged to have been looted or stolen, particularly by the Nazi regime during the Holocaust; President of the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust

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