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English: Memorial stone dedicated to the most prominent of the 270 people killed at Lockerbie on 21 December 1988: Assistant Secretary-General of the United Nations and UN Commissioner for Namibia, Bernt Carlsson.

The inscription reads: "In remembrance of a dedicated internationalist and a committed social democrat on the tenth anniversary of the sad loss of Bernt Carlsson (1938-1988), Secretary-General of the Socialist International (1976-1983), distinguished in his service to Sweden, the international community and the United Nations until his untimely death on flight Pan Am 103."

(Photo by George DeBaly, June 2009, in the Garden of Remembrance at the Lockerbie Air Disaster Memorial in Dryfesdale Cemetery.)
Date 21 June 2009
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Author GDeBaly


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