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The remains of Corporal Michael Nolan, 35th Battalion, and Trooper Anthony Browne, 33rd Battalion, who lost their lives while serving with the U.N. forces in the Congo, arrived at Dublin Airport. Picture shows the remains of Trooper Browne, draped with the Tricolour and U.N. flags, being transferred from the U.S. plane which brought the coffins from the Congo to a gun carriage. .15.11.1962

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1962-15/11 Congo Casualties Brought Home C193-1069.jpg
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The remains of Corporal Michael Nolan, 35th Battalion, and Trooper Anthony Browne, 33rd Battalion, who lost their lives while serving with the U.N. forces in the Congo, arrived at Dublin Airport. Picture shows the remains of Trooper Browne, draped with the Tricolour and U.N. flags, being transferred from the U.S. plane which brought the coffins from the Congo to a gun carriage.  .15.11.1962