The program discusses the theft, destruction and survival of European art during World War II. The film “The Rape of Europa” opens in the Bay Area on Friday.

“The Rape of Europa”: European Art in WWII 18 May,2007forum

Lynn Nicholas, author of "Rape of Europa: The Fate of Europe's Treasures in the Third Reich and World War II"
Bonni Cohen, executive producer of the film "The Rape of Europa"
Bernard Taper, former art intelligence officer with the monuments, fine arts and archives section of the Allied armies and former staff writer for The New Yorker
Sharon Flescher, executive director of the International Foundations for Art Research

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