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Object details

Category
Photographs
Related period
Second World War (production), Second World War (content)
Creator
Devon S A (Mr)
Royal Air Force official photographer
Production date
1940-09-07
Materials

whole: glass

Catalogue number
CH 1299
Part of
AIR MINISTRY SECOND WORLD WAR OFFICIAL COLLECTION

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