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Images: Battle of Britain commemoration, Wellington

Images: Battle of Britain commemoration at Wellington National War Memorial

Photos by Al Simmonds

On Thursday 15/9/11 the 71st anniversary of the Battle of Britain was marked in Wellington.

Battle of Britain
commemoration 2011, Wellington War Memorial, New Zeland.
Photo credit: Al Simonds.

Governor-General
Jerry Mateparae, Veterans Affairs Minister Judith Collins.
Battle of Britain commemoration 2011, Wellington War
Memorial, New Zeland. Photo credit: Al
Simonds.

Battle of Britain
commemoration 2011, Wellington War Memorial, New Zeland.
Photo credit: Al Simonds.

Charles Chauvel.
Battle of Britain commemoration 2011, Wellington War
Memorial, New Zeland. Photo credit: Al
Simonds.

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