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Bereaved Mother : Stock Photo
80-year-old Mrs John of Cardiff, who lost five of her six sons during World War II. She is to perform the opening ceremony at the dedication of the Peace Hall of All Nations in Cardiff, as a representative of the 'tragic war mothers of Wales'.

Bereaved Mother

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Maeers
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80-year-old Mrs John of Cardiff, who lost five of her six sons during World War II. She is to perform the opening ceremony at the dedication of the Peace Hall of All Nations in Cardiff, as a representative of the 'tragic war mothers of Wales'.
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