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Object details

Category
sound
Related period
1945-1989 (production), Second World War (content), Second World War (association)
Creator
IWM (Production company)
Wood, Conrad (recorder)
Dąbrowski, Dariusz Apoloniusz (interviewee/speaker)
Production date
1988-10-15
Dimensions

whole: Duration 170, Number Of Items 6

Catalogue number
10450

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