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Cut-Throat Bridge

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Cut-Throat Bridge is a photo published in The Sketch on 17 march 1948.


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The Sketch (17 march 1948, p. 161)


"CUT-THROAT BRIDGE": The "knights" are Mr. Adrian Conan Doyle and Captain Douglas Ash, staging an old-style duel on a bridge leading to the New Forest home of Mr. Conan Doyle, who would like to see the ancient art of jousting revived in Britain.





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