The War Illustrated No. 225, Vol. 9, February 1st 1946

iims .... W ^ £ |§ g i c 'H iV a - - ;...$ _____ BLACK BOAR OF THE 30th CORPS, famous “ flash ” sign of these renowned fighting-men, has been rendered permanent in bronze at Nienburg, centre of British-controlled Germany. It was unveiled on Decerrftjer IS, I94S, by Lt.-Gen. Sir Brian Horrockj, K.C.B., D.S.O., M.C. This was his last duty as the Corps Commander. The statue, mounted on a stone pedestal designed and cxccuted by three members of the Corps and bearing the battle honours, was inspected by troops after the ceremony. E d i t e d b y 5 i r J o h n H a m m e r f o r ^ \ NO. 226 WILL BE PUBLISHED FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 15
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