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Object details

Souvenirs and ephemera
Related period
Second World War (association)

Suitcase: metal

Suitcase: paper

Suitcase: leather

Suitcase: textile

Suitcase: cardboard


whole: Depth 500 mm, Height 235 mm, Width 710 mm, 3300

Catalogue number
EPH 2292
On display at
IWM London

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