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Monday, 22 October 2007, 12:00AM

London at War

Ulrike Smalley

Part of the Visual Impressions of London lecture series at 1pm on Mondays.
Ulrike Smalley, Curator of the Department of Art, The Imperial War Museum.

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22 October 2007

London at War
Ulrike Smalley

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