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Object details

Category
Sound
Related period
First World War (content)
Creator
Steel, Nigel (Production company)
Steel, Nigel (recorder)
Margets, Horace (interviewee/speaker)
Production date
1987-01-28
Dimensions

whole: Duration 90, Number Of Items 3

Catalogue number
16451

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