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What does EDLJ stand for?
EDLJ stands for Detmold (airport code; Germany)
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In addition to the Detmold Child, the rare and ancient objects presented in Mummies of the World include the Vac Mummies, a mummified family from Hungary believed to have died from tuberculosis; the Baron von Holz, a German nobleman found tucked away in the family crypt of a 14[sup.
During the two-week exchange, which will run from February 2-14, the young German students will live with their ATC counterparts, many of whom they met when the American delegation visited Detmold last October.
It was called 20 OFP (Ordnance Field Park) RAOC, which was based in Detmold, Germany.
The unit was called 20 Ordnance Field Park, RAOC, based in Detmold in Germany.
The unit was 20 Ordnance Field Park, RAOC, based in Detmold, Germany.
We are having a second reunion in Blackpool, September next year for the lads who served in 20 OFP Detmold in the 1960s.
The baby, known as the 'Detmold child', is on loan from the Lippisches Landes museum in Detmold, Germany.