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Larchwood (Railway Cuttings) Cemetary, Flanders, Belgium. The gravestone of C/7044 Rifleman C E Peel, the uncle of the modern-day British writer Alan Bennett, one of the UK's "national treasures". He immortalised his late uncle in a radio monologue "Uncle Clarence". Photograph by User:Redvers originally from en:wikipedia, now transferred to Commons. Note that the photograph has been altered by the author since the original upload and that the licence status has changed from Own Work GDFL to the more explicitly free Own Work Public Domain All Rights Released.


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