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A Leicester To Open The Richard Attenborough Centre For Disability And The Arts _ 27 mai 1997

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March 19, 1997: Diana, Princess of Wales at the Daily Star Gold Awards ceremony in London. She presented an award to former Royal Marine police captain, Chris Moon who had lost a leg when trying to clear a landmine in Mozambique.
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March 19, 1997: Diana, Princess of Wales at the Daily Star Gold Awards ceremony in London. She presented an award to former Royal Marine police captain, Chris Moon who had lost a leg when trying to clear a landmine in Mozambique.

March 19, 1997: Diana, Princess of Wales at the Daily Star Gold Awards ceremony in London. She presented an award to former Royal Marine police captain, Chris Moon who had lost a leg when trying to clear a landmine in Mozambique.
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