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British convoy with CMP trucks passing the bombed out St. Laurentius church in Uedem, Germany, 2 Mar 1945. Note the long wheel-base CMP followed by a short wheel-base CMP.

Caption   British convoy with CMP trucks passing the bombed out St. Laurentius church in Uedem, Germany, 2 Mar 1945. Note the long wheel-base CMP followed by a short wheel-base CMP. ww2dbase
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Photos on Same Day 2 Mar 1945
Photos at Same Place Uedem, Germany
Added By David Stubblebine
Added Date 1 Jul 2016

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