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Sir Edward Patrick Morris, Merlimont, 2 July 1918

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101 YEARS AGO TODAY:  Visit of 1st Baron Sir Edward Patrick Morris, Prime Minister of Newfoundland, to the Tank Corps Gun School at Merlimont, 2 July 1918.  Grave of French war correspondent Serge Basset, Chevalier de la Légion d'Honneur, who was killed on the British Front near Noeux-Les-Mines, 2 July 1918.   British and Belgian troops marching past King Albert I of the Belgians at Houthem. 2 July 1918.  Field Marshal Douglas Haig, French Prime Minister Georges Clemenceau, General Pershing and French Minister of Foreign Affairs Stéphen Pichon at the Inter-Allied Conference at Versaille, 2 July 1918.  Captain Gordon Duff at Le Crotoy aerodrome.  American engine (type 3-U-3 belt driven installation) on a Salmson 2.A.2 aircraft at the 1st American Acceptance Park, 2 July 1918.  Hénin-sur-Cojeul, 2 July 1918.

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