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Making Of The Leicestershire Regiment's Stained Glass Memorial Window
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Making Of The Leicestershire Regiment's Stained Glass Memorial Window

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Making Of The Leicestershire Regiment's Stained Glass Memorial Window
Officers and glassmakers with WWII memorial stained-glass panels

Negatives Collection, Leicestershire Record Office
Church Fittings

Military officers inspecting panels of a memorial stained glass window for the Leicestershire regiments in World War 2. These panels show the badge of the Tigers, an inscription, and the bottom of St George slaying the dragon. The window is currently in the George Chapel in Leicester Cathedral. The window was by Francis Spear in 1949- possibly one of the workers in the photograph.
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Leicestershire County Council - The Record Office
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