AMERICAN SOLDIERS VISIT WESLEY'S CHAPEL, BRISTOL, GLOUCESTERSHIRE, ENGLAND, UK, 12 APRIL 1945
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The Lord Mayor of Bristol, Alderman F C Cottrell (right), chats to a group of wounded American servicemen following a service at John Wesley's Chapel in Bristol. Left to right, they are: Sergeant Lloyd K Bjelland, Sergeant Walter Greaney, Pfc Sherman Laire and Pfc Walter Haid. Sgts Bjelland and Greaney both have splints on their left arms, so they are sticking out at strange angles. Pfc Laire has crutches.