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Sergeant Garlick somewhere in India developing 100 feet of microfilm which contains 1700 V-letters

Sergeant Garlick somewhere in India developing 100 feet of microfilm which contains 1700 V-letters

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01/01/1942
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Big India Chowk18.65663, 73.76551
Google Map of 18.6566342, 73.7655114
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