Looting of Glucksburg Castle, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany by British troops on 23 May 1945

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MEPO 3/2755

Looting of Glucksburg Castle, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany by British troops on 23 May 1945

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The National Archives, Kew
Former references:
in its original department:   221/46/235
Legal status:
Public Record
Closure status:
Closed Or Retained Document, Open Description
Access conditions:
Closed For 75 years
Closure criterion:
Not used at this date
Lord chancellor's instrument:
LCI 48 - Series containing both closure and accelerated opening instruments
LCI signed date:
1977 December 21
Record opening date:
01 January 2031

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