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  • Collection Title: SELINGER FRANZ
  • Collection No.: 5712-03
  • Description: Lieutenant-General Philip Neame (centre), Lieutenant-General Sir Richard O'Connor (centre, middle distance), Major-General Richard Gambier Parry (right) and Brigadier John Coombe (left) following their capture by the Germans, 6 April 1941. A Junkers Ju 52 is in the background.
  • Source: IWM


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