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Prince Alexander Obolensky statue
England
Prince Alexander Obolensky This is a statue dedicated to a Russian Prince who played Rugby Union for England after escaping the russian revolution, he then joined the RAF in WW2 but died in an aeroplane crash near Ipswich
Copyright: Valentin Arfire
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Uploaded: 15/04/2013
Updated: 23/04/2013
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