Telegram from A.R. Grindlay, the mayor of Coventry, to the chairman of the Stalingrad city council of workers’ deputies

The United Kingdom , 14.10.1942
МЗСБ КП 4901/1 П 53
9 х 17,6 cm
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Telegram 112 75 14 1515 from A.R. Grindlay, the mayor of Coventry, to the chairman of the Stalingrad city council of workers' deputies. West Midlands county, Coventry

“... To the chair of the city council of Stalingrad. Coventry, Britain's worst-hit city, greets with deep admiration the defenders of the heroic city of Stalingrad, whose example inspires every honest man to rise up against the common enemy. The people of Coventry will never forget the sacrifices made by Stalingrad, and they express to you, the people of Stalingrad, their sympathy and admiration for your magnificent courage and iron determination to fight on to victory. A.R. Grindlay, the Mayor of Coventry”

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