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German, Italian POWs honored during Remembrance Ceremony

Lt. Col. Steven F. Egan, Fort Devens commander, left, salutes the memorial wreath that he and Claudia Schuett, deputy consul general of Germany in Boston, placed at the gravesite of 20 German prisoners of war from World War II during the annual remembrance ceremony at the Fort Devens Cemetery Oct. 20.



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This work, German, Italian POWs honored during Remembrance Ceremony [Image 4 of 4], by SSG Shawn Morris, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:10.20.2012

Date Posted:10.20.2012 20:38

Photo ID:764229

VIRIN:121020-A-VX676-027

Resolution:2586x2848

Size:4.34 MB

Location:FORT DEVENS, MA, USGlobe

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