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Durham City, Market Place, 18th DLI parade
18th DLI (Durham Pals), part of Kitchener's New Army raised in September 1914 in Durham. Cadre of 18 DLI on parade in Market Place, Durham City, 27th May 1919, prior to laying-up the King's Colour in Durham Cathedral. Major D E Ince MC on left. Newcastle Chronicle photograph.
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