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Pease Pottage army camp (3 of 10)
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Pease Pottage army camp (3 of 10)

A handful of soldiers of the Volunteer Force from the army camp in Pease Pottage have wandered down Parish Lane to help pass the time.
The postcard was published by Charles Songhurst from the village Post Office. See picture #151.
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