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    ARMY PARATROOPER 1941 Black and White Print 8 by DesertLifePhotos, $30.00~this is the era that my Grandfather served,I couldn't b more proud ♥

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    • Sarah Spring

      ARMY PARATROOPER 1941 Black and White Print 8 by DesertLifePhotos, $30.00~this is the era that my Grandfather served,I couldn't b more proud <3

    • StevenandDebbie Sifers

      ARMY PARATROOPER 1941

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