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Published on Jun 30, 2014
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Ralph Brewster and Howard Hughes speak during the investigation of 40 million in war time plane contracts in Washington.
Senate's investigation of 40 million in war time plane contracts to Howard Hughes firm in Washington, United States. Men and women enter a building. Several officials seated at desks. American aviator and industrialist Howard Robard Hughes testifies. A man speaks into a microphone. United States Senator from Maine Ralph Owen Brewster speaks. Hughes accuses Senator Brewster of mis-statements. Brewster refutes the charge. People applaud. Cameramen record the event. Location: Washington DC. Date: August 7, 1947.
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