Amateur historians locate graves of first British Mandate policemen to be killed in line of duty
British Police pay tribute to three Palestine policemen, killed by Bedouin marauders in 1923, whose long-forgotten burial site was recently uncovered in Nazareth.
For the past eight years, Sgt. Anthony Rae of the Lancashire police in England has been in retirement, but last week he donned his heavy black uniform once again - in a small cemetery in Nazareth. White shirt, black tie, heavy jacket and the famous, tall, policeman's hat. A last shine of his shoes and he was ready for the beginning of the ceremony. "To tell the truth, I'm not allowed to wear this...
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