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Light symbol of world peace. Washington, D.C., Nov. 4. A torch, symbolic of peace and amity, was lighted last night before the tomb of the unknown soldier at Arlington National Cemetery. After ceremonies conducted by the American Legion, the torch was sent on its way to Paris for observance of Armistice Day there at the Arc De Triomphe. Similar torches lighted at the shrines of honored dead are being sent by every allied country and each department of France. In the center of group, left to right - D.C., Department Commander of the American Legion James T. Brody, Col. E.E. Lombard, French Military Attache, and Lieut. Horace Lineburg, also of the legion, lighting the torch, 11/4/38

Light symbol of world peace. Washington, D.C., Nov. 4. A torch, symbolic of peace and amity, was lighted last night before the tomb of the unknown soldier at Arlington National Cemetery. After ceremonies conducted by the American Legion, the torch was sent on its way to Paris for observance of Armistice Day there at the Arc De Triomphe. Similar torches lighted at the shrines of honored dead are being sent by every allied country and each department of France. In the center of group, left to right - D.C., Department Commander of the American Legion James T. Brody, Col. E.E. Lombard, French Military Attache, and Lieut. Horace Lineburg, also of the legion, lighting the torch, 11/4/38

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