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Regimental Museum, Brecon July 11-12 2015
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The central gate of King David's court, Jerusalem
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Regimental Museum, Brecon July 11-12 2015
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Artefact
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Metal cigarette case with leather covering
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Regimental Museum, Brecon July 11-12 2015
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Commercial Colour Postcard
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Kasr-El-Nil-Bridge, Cairo
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Regimental Museum, Brecon July 11-12 2015
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Document
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Certificate of Employment of Robert Slattery during the War from August 1914 - November 1918.
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Regimental Museum, Brecon July 11-12 2015
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Commercial B&W Postcard
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Interior of the Holy Cross, Jerusalem.
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Regimental Museum, Brecon July 11-12 2015
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Artefact
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Olive wood souvenir box from Jerusalem
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Regimental Museum, Brecon July 11-12 2015
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Commercial Colour Postcard
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Cairo- the Tomb of the Khalifs
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Regimental Museum, Brecon July 11-12 2015
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Document
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Certificate of Employment of Robert Slattery during the War.
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Regimental Museum, Brecon July 11-12 2015
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Commercial B&W Postcard
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A postcard with a panoramic view of Jerusalem.
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Regimental Museum, Brecon July 11-12 2015
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Artefact
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Mother of pearl necklace and brooch
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Regimental Museum, Brecon July 11-12 2015
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Commercial Colour Postcard
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Postcard of a Memphis Village
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Regimental Museum, Brecon July 11-12 2015
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Document
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Certificate of Discharge on Demobilisation for Robert Slattery discharged on 1st September 1920.

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