Two articles: The discussion in Moscow and a survivor of the raids

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Title

Two articles: The discussion in Moscow and a survivor of the raids

Description

First article: discussion in Moscow includes a photograph of Mr Churchill on his visit to Moscow pictured alongside M Stalin, M Molotov, Mr Harriman and Sir Alexander Cadogan at the Kremlin. Second article includes a photograph of St Paul's cathedral from the east showing in foreground a tombstone in a churchyard which survived an attack on the city,

Date

1942-08-19

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Format

Two newspaper cutting mounted on a scrapbook page

Publisher

The Times
IBCC Digital Archive

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Identifier

SValentineJRM1251404v10016

Transcription

[missing letters]E TIMES WEDNESDAY AUGUST 19 1942

[photograph]

THE DISCUSSIONS IN MOSCOW. – A picture taken during Mr. Churchill’s visit to Moscow and transmitted by radio. It shows him with M. Stalin, M. Molotov, Mr. Harriman and Sir Alexander Cadogan at the Kremlin. Another photograph taken in Moscow appeared in our late editions yesterday.

[photograph]

A SURVIVOR OF THE RAIDS. – A recent picture of St. Paul’s Cathedral from the east, showing in the foreground a tombstone in the churchyard of St. Matthew, at the junction of Watling Street with Friday Street, which has survived the raids on the City.

Citation

“Two articles: The discussion in Moscow and a survivor of the raids,” IBCC Digital Archive, accessed August 10, 2022, https://ibccdigitalarchive.lincoln.ac.uk/omeka/collections/document/20876.

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