Dicken's Birth Anniversary 1914-1918

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Dicken's birth anniversary.

Memorial - 106th Anniversary of birth (1812) of Charles Dickens. Not certain just what's going on here; but a group of 7 or 8 men and 1 woman walk along side of some church; carrying flowers. All the men except for one elderly man are in uniforms of various countries...

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Cataloguer:
Cheri
Stock:
Black & White
Sound:
Mute
Media URN:
72231
Sort Number:
ON 075 H
Time in/Out:
01:58:27:00 / 01:59:01:00
Canister:
ON 075 H
Film ID:
1878.62
Issue Date:
1914 - 1918

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