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Freed from Slavery. Exchange of Prisoners Who Have Been Released from Bolshevik Captivity

Series

Series Name
Gaumont Graphic

Issue

Issue No.
1025
Date Released
17 Jan 1921
Stories in this Issue:
  1. 1Declaration of the Poll at Dover. The Anti-Waste Candidate, (Sir Thomas Polson) Successful by Huge Majority - 3,130.
  2. 2Billiards Without a Cue. James Farrell, Who Shoots the Cue Ball from His Mouth, Gives a Remarkable Exhibition
  3. 3Field Marshal Sir William Robertson Unveils Memorial to General Maude at St Paul’s, Knightsbridge
  4. 4Storms on the Coast. Large Oil Tanker Wrecked at Dartmouth
  5. 5Freed from Slavery. Exchange of Prisoners Who Have Been Released from Bolshevik Captivity
  6. 6Our Sporting Prince. Attends Rugby International Match, England V Wales at Twickenham

Story

Story No. within this Issue
5 / 6
Summary
3 prisoners. Column of prisoners along road.
Keywords
Prisoners of war
Library number GR
4416
Length of story (in feet)
66
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