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Français : Le Général George C. Marshall de visite de journalistes. Rassemblez à son bureau dans le bâtiment du Pentagone. Gauche vers la droite : (assis), George C. Marshall, Mme. Etiennette Benichon, Louis Lombard, (se tenant) Francois Prieur, Jean-Paul Sartre, Stephane Pizella, et Pierre Denoyer
English: French journalists visit General George C. Marshall at his office in the Pentagon building. Left to right: (seated), General Marshall, Mme Etiennette Benichon, Louis Lombard, (standing) Francois Prieur, Jean-Paul Sartre, Stephane Pizella, and Pierre Denoyer
Date 1945
Author Office of War Information
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