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Two U.S. combat photographers from the 167th Signal Photo Company are greeted by four French miners during their investigation of the Burca iron mine that was thought to have been the site of a German bomb factory.

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    Two U.S. combat photographers from the 167th Signal Photo Company are greeted by four French miners during their investigation of the Burca iron mine that was thought to have been the site of a German bomb factory.
    Two U.S. combat photographers from the 167th Signal Photo Company are greeted by four French miners during their investigation of the Burca iron mine that was thought to have been the site of a German bomb factory.

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    Two U.S. combat photographers from the 167th Signal Photo Company are greeted by four French miners during their investigation of the Burca iron mine that was thought to have been the site of a German bomb factory.
    Date
    1944 October 10
    Locale
    Algrange, [Moselle] France
    Photo Credit
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, courtesy of Arnold E. Samuelson

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    Photo Source
    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Copyright: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
    Provenance: Arnold E. Samuelson
    Source Record ID: 111-SC-195257

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    2004-04-18 00:00:00
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