Lots of Additional Material from Conference on our Blog

SoME Gavobevis 2023

23 November 2010

Our blog has lots of valuable additional articles with photographs from our well-attended 1325 conference:

http://operation1325.wordpress.com

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Operation 1325’s office expands

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