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Following the end of hostilities on May 31st, 1941, an armistice was signed, and the Iraqi Army was allowed to return into Baghdad and their barracks, such as this column of cavalry seen approaching the city on June 5th.
(Imperial War Museum)

Following the end of hostilities on May 31st, 1941, an armistice was signed, and the Iraqi Army was allowed to return into Baghdad and their barracks, such as this column of cavalry seen approaching the city on June 5th.

(Imperial War Museum)



Following the end of hostilities on May 31st, 1941, an armistice was signed, and the Iraqi Army was allowed to return into Baghdad and their barracks, such as this column of cavalry seen approaching the city on June 5th.

(Imperial War Museum)


   
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