Person    | Male  Born 1/10/1916  Died 25/1/2000

Charles Arnold

Charles Arnold

We found nothing on this man (too common a name) and even our colleague Andrew Behan who normally digs up good stuff found very little with a certain connection to the plaque:

On 29 September 1939 Charles Saloman Arnold was living as a single man at 43-44 Canonbury Square, Islington and his occupation was Foreign Correspondent.

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Charles Arnold

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Charles Arnold

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