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C. Kaiser  to  F.G. Kyte
Kaiser,
Cyril
C. Kaiser
?
-
T/Skpr.
01.05.1941 [TS 1025] (reld < 04.1946)
05.02.1944
-
(07.1945)
HMS Our Bairns (minesweeping trawler)
Karlsen,
Erling Kristian
E.K. Karlsen
Son of Hugo and Anna Karlsen; husband of Alice Karlsen, of Tonsberg, Norway.
21.10.1907
Norway
-
22.10.1940
[Lowestoft Naval Memorial, panel 1, column 2]
T/Lt.
?
?
-
22.10.1940
HMS Hickory (trawler) [ship mined in the English Channel]
Keable,
Arthur
E.K. Karlsen
?
-
Skpr. 23.02.1939 [WS 2844]
A/Ch.Skpr. 06.01.1944 (demobilized < 04.1946)
Ch.Skpr. 30.06.1948
Lt. (Patrol Service) 18.05.1949
Lt.Cdr. (PS) 18.05.1957 (retd 02.06.1961)
RNR Officers' Reserve Decoration RD 22.08.1953 -
Fisherman from Lowestoft.
18.11.1939 - 02.12.1940 Commanding Officer, HMS Brimness (anti-submarine warfare trawler)
12.1940 - (06.)1941 HMS Proserpine (RN base, Lyness, Scapa Flow)
06.1941 - (08.)1942 Commanding Officer, HMS Crannock (anti-submarine warfare trawler)
10.09.1942 - 26.01.1945 Commanding Officer, HMS Boarhound (anti-submarine warfare trawler)
(07.1945)     HMS Sealyham (anti-submarine warfare trawler) *
(10.1945)     no appointment listed
Kebble,
Guy Franklin
G.F. Kebble (Photo courtesy of Mr Peter Honiball)
Son of Herbert John and Eleanor Kebble. Husband of Gwendoline Thora Kebble. Native of South Africa.
25.06.1911
-
22.05.1941
(KIA) [age 30]
[Plymouth Naval Memorial, panel 60, column 1]
T/S.Lt.
08.01.1941
01.1941


joined RNR
01.1941
-
07.04.1941
HMS KOS XXIII (converted whaler for anti-submarine duties)
08.04.1941
-
22.05.1941
HMS Gloucester (cruiser) (sunk during evacuation of Crete)
Keeble,
Leslie Arthur James
"Peter"
see: SANF(V) officers' section  
Keir,
John Charles MacKintosh
"Jack"
J.C.M. Keir
Son of ... Keir, and ... Wilson.
Married ((03?).1946, Surrey North Eastern district, Surrey) Winifred K.S. Evenden, daughter of Charles Evenden (1894-1961), the founder of the MOTH organization.
(06?).1920
Headington district, Hertfordshire / Oxfordshire / Buckinghamshire / Middlesex

-
27.02.1988
Midsh.
31.12.1937
A/S.Lt.
17.07.1940
S.Lt.
29.03.1941
Lt.
01.12.1942
Lt. RN
08.01.1945, seniority 01.12.1941
Lt.Cdr. RN
01.12.1949 (retd 29.01.1958)
Distinguished Service Cross DSC
06.06.1944
2 U-boats sunk Western Approaches 18.03.44 [decoration posted]
Mention in Despatches MID
23.03.1943
Operation Torch (landings in North Africa 11.42)
(04.1940)
 
 
no appointment listed
17.07.1940
-
(02.)1941
HMS Mooltan (armed merchant cruiser)
25.03.1941
-
(12.1943)
HMS Boadicea (destroyer)
06.01.1944
-
(04.)1944
Commanding Officer, HMS Spey (frigate) *
23.05.1944
-
(01.)1945
HMS Taff (frigate)
08.01.1945


transferred, RN
(07.1945)
 
 
no appointment listed
21.03.1946
-
(04.1946)
HMS St Vincent (preliminary air training establishment, Gosport, Hampshire)
23.06.1947
-
(05.1949)
Commanding Officer, HMS Verulam (destroyer)
06.03.1950
-
(05.1950)
HMS Royal Arthur (Petty Officers' training establishment, Corsham, Wiltshire)
11.1952
-
(05.1953)
Commanding Officer, HMS Striker (landing craft?)
26.01.1954
-
(01.1956)
HMS Siskin (RN Air Station, Gosport, Hampshire)
(01.1957)


HMS Tyne **
* in later Navy Lists (incorrectly) still shown under HMS Spey
** indexed, but not listed as such
Kelly
William Henry
W.H. Kelly
Eldest son of late W.H. Kelly, Chester
Remained umarried.
Last residence: Bootle, Lancashire.
22.08.1873
Chester, Cheshire
-
08.06.1941
[Liverpool Naval Memorial, panel 1, column 1]
S.Lt.
01.04.1903
Lt.
22.12.1904
A/Lt.Cdr.
?
Lt.Cdr.
?
A/Cdr.
?
Cdr.
31.12.1917
A/Capt.
1918?
Capt.
31.12.1922 (retd 23.08.1928)
A/Cdre. 2nd cl.
28.10.1939-08.06.1941
Companion of the Order of the British Empire CBE
1918
?
Distinguished Service Order DSO
27.06.1917
Auxiliary Patrol 16
RNR Officers' Reserve Decoration RD
11.05.1918
?
Education: King's School, Chester.
After 10 years' experience in various grades in sailing ships, joined the Pacific Steam Navigation Co., 1898; Freeman of City of Chester and member of Joiners and Turners' Company; Freeman of the City of London and of the Livery of the Hon. Company of Master Mariners; Younger Brother of Trinity House; served European War, 1914-1918. Marine Superintendent, the Pacific Steam Navigation Company, Liverpool, 1921-1933.
28.10.1939
-
08.06.1941
HMS Eaglet (RN base, Liverpool) (for flotilla duties)
08.06.1941


the Adda (motor passenger ship), the ship of the convoy commodore from the dispersed convoy OB-323 from Liverpool to West Africa, was torpedoed and sunk by U-107 82 miles west-southwest of Freetown; Cdre. Kelly went down with his ship
 
Kenna,
Cecil John
C.J. Kenna (Photo courtesy of Mr Ray Kenna)
Son of George William Kenna, and Eleanor Ann Quayle.
Married; one son.
23.02.1903
-
18.08.1982
T/Lt. (E) 19.01.1942 (reld 10.03.1946)
      temporary officer serving under T.124X agreements
05.09.1942 - 26.06.1943 HMS Tracker (escort carrier)
12.07.1943 - 16.12.1943 HMS Mona's Isle (auxiliary anti-aircraft ship (coastal))
21.01.1944 - 11.04.1945 HMS Thane (escort carrier)
11.04.1945 - 06.12.1945 HMS Ravager (escort carrier)
      HMS Mersey (T.124X Depot, Liverpool)
      HMS Calliope (RN base, Tyne)
Superintendent Marine Engineer for the Isle of Man Steam Packet Company, 02.11.1958-31.03.1968.
Kennedy,
Duncan Cameron
D.C. Kennedy


Son of Sam Kennedy, foreman baker with Young of Inverkip. Married (22.07.1942, Greenock) Isabella "Bunty" Wallace Picken (born 20.12.1914), an Engineer's Machinist's daughter.

webpage at www.mikekemble.com
24.02.1916
Greenock, Scotland
-
03.1979
Barkingside, Ilford, Essex
T/S.Lt.
29.09.1939
Mention in Despatches

MID

04.10.1940
courage & leadership when sunk HMS Cape Howe
1939-1945 Star; Atlantic Star; Africa Star; Italy Star; France and Germany Star; War Medal 1939-1945
Education: Finnart School, Greenock; Navigation School, Greenock (1930-1932)
1932
-
1939
served with the Lyle Shipping Company
19.03.1932
-
19.02.1933
Cadet, SS Cape Verde (Liverpool)
20.03.1933
-
21.02.1934
Cadet, SS Cape Cornwall (Northfleet)
22.02.1934
-
27.07.1934
Cadet, SS Cape Horn (Shanghai - London)
09.08.1934
-
24.01.1938
Cadet & 3rd Mate, SS Cape Nelson (Cardiff) (apprenticeship completed 03.1936)
(05.1937? rescue of Portugese seamen)
31.07.1939
-
21.06.1940
2nd Mate &  from 20.09.1939 S.Lt. RNR, HMS Cape Howe (special service vessel) (sunk south of Iceland)
(08.1940)
-
(08.1941)
2nd Mate & A/1st Mate, MV Empire Steelhead
(09.1941)
-
(01.1942)
2nd Mate, MV Baron Kinnaird
(04.1942)
-
(07.1942)
2nd Mate, MV Ocean Might
(08.1942)

(06.1945)
1st Mate, MV Lambrook
(04.1946)
-
(06.1946)
Master, MV Wearwood
(05.1949)


Master, MV Harrow
17.11.1958
-
24.02.1960
1st Mate & Master, MV Constance Bowater
Cargo Superintendent after the war.
Kent
Arthur Horace
A.H. Kent
Married ...; ... children (one son?).
16.06.1912
-
18.05.1984
South Shields district, Tyne and Wear
Prob. A/S.Lt. 01.07.1933
A/S.Lt. 07.03.1936
Lt. 25.01.1940 (reld < 04.1946)
A/Lt.Cdr. > 12.1943, < 04.1944
Lt.Cdr. 25.01.1948
Cdr. 30.06.1955 (retd 16.06.1962)
Distinguished Service Cross DSC 11.05.1943 Operation Torch, destruction U-boat U660 11.42 [investiture 07.12.43]
RNR Officers' Reserve Decoration RD 20.04.1944 -
02.11.1939 - 03.1940 HMS Tiercel (armed yacht)
22.03.1940 - (02.)1941 First Lieutenant, HMS St Day (tug)
(12.1941) - (04.1942) HMS Anglia (armed boarding vessel) *
(06.1942) - (08.1942) no appointment listed
06.08.1942 - 10.08.1944 Commanding Officer, HMS Starwort (corvette)
25.08.1944 - 15.10.1944 Commanding Officer, HMS Moyola (frigate)
24.12.1944 - (07.1945) Commanding Officer, HMS Perim (frigate)
* indexed, but not listed as such
Kermode,
[Sir] John Frank
J.F. Kermode

Son of late John Pritchard Kermode and late Doris Pearl Kermode.
Married (1947) Maureen Eccles (marriage dissolved 1970); twin son and daughter.

29.11.1919
Douglas, Isle of Man
-
17.08.2010
Cambridge, Cambridgeshire
T/Paym.S.Lt. 22.08.1940
T/Paym.Lt. = T/Lt. (S) 19.04.1943
Kt 31.12.1990 New Year 91: for services to literature
Education: Douglas High School; Liverpool University (BA, 1940; MA 1947).
1939     as World War II began, Kermode registered as a conscientious objector, but later changed his mind after Germany invaded France, deciding that the Nazis could only be stopped through military means
1940 - 1946 serving as a lieutenant in the Navy [as a temporary officer serving under T.124X agreements], he was stationed for the first two years of the war off the coast of Iceland and later saw action in Africa and Asia:
04.09.1940 - (02.1943) HMS Leonian (boom carrier)
19.04.1943 - (07.1945) HMS Slinger (escort carrier)
Lecturer, King's College, Newcastle, in the University of Durham, 1947-1949; Lecturer in the University of Reading, 1949-1958; John Edward Taylor Professor of English Literature in the University of Manchester, 1958-1965; Winterstoke Professor of English in the University of Bristol, 1965-1967; Lord Northcliffe Professor of Modern English Literatur, UCL, 1967-1974, Honorary Fellow, 1996; King Edward VII Professor of English Literature, Cambridge University, 1974-1982; Fellow, King's College, Cambridge University, 1974-1987, Honorary Fellow, 1988. Charles Eliot Norton Professor of Poetry at Harvard, 1977-1978. Co-editor, Encounter, 1966-1967. Editor: Fontana Masterguides and Modern Masters series; Oxford Authors. FRSL 1958. Member Arts Council, 1968-1971; Chairman, Poetry Book Society, 1968-1976. Foreign Honorary Member, American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Honorary DHL Chicago, 1975; Honprary  DLitt: Liverpool, 1981; Newcastle, 1993; Hon Dr: Amsterdam, 1988; Yale, 1995; Wesleyan, 1997; London, 1997. Officier de l'Ordre des Arts et des Sciences. FBA, 1973.
Published: (ed) Shakespeare, The Tempest (Arden Edition), 1954; Romantic Image, 1957; John Donne, 1957; The Living Milton, 1960; Wallace Stevens, 1960; Puzzles & Epiphanies, 1962; The Sense of an Ending, 1967; Continuities, 1968; Shakespeare, Spenser, Donne, 1971; Modern Essays, 1971; Lawrence, 1973; (ed, with John Hollander) Oxford Anthology of English Literature, 1973; The Classic, 1975; (ed) Selected Prose of T. S. Eliot, 1975; The Genesis of Secrecy, 1979; Essays on Fiction, 1971-1982, 1983; Forms of Attention, 1985; (ed jtly) The Literary Guide to the Bible, 1987; History and Value, 1988; An Appetite for Poetry, 1989; Poetry, Narrative, History, 1990; (ed with Keith Walker) Andrew Marvell, 1990; Uses of Error, 1991; (ed with Anita Kermode) The Oxford Book of Letters, 1995;
Not Entitled (memoirs), 1996; Cleanth Brooks and the Art of Reading Poetry, 1999; Pieces of my Mind, 2003 (essays); Shakespeare's language, 2000; The Age of Shakespeare, 2005; contrib. New Republic, Partisan Review, New York Review, New York Times, New Statesman, London Rev. of Books, etc.
Kerr
Charles Roderick
C.R. Kerr
Son (with two sisters and three brothers) of John Sinclair Kerr (1878-1928), and Annie Heslop (1876-1962).
Married (06.04.1942, Belfast, Northern Ireland) Henrietta Clements; two daughters.
05.10.1913
Middlesborough
-
04.03.1984
Belfast, Northern Ireland
S.Lt. 13.07.1939
Lt. 13.08.1940 (demobilized < 04.1946)
A/Lt.Cdr. < 04.1946
Lt.Cdr. 13.08.1948 (retd 05.10.1958)
RNR Officers' Reserve Decoration RD > 05.1950
< 05.1951
-
Served Merchant Navy.
13.07.1939 - 07.1940 HMS Montclare (armed merchant cruiser)
29.07.1940 - 01.1941 HMS Victory III (accounting section, Portsmouth/Wantage)
27.01.1941 - (12.1943) HMS Gordon (training establishment, Gravesend)
(02.1944)     no appointment listed
10.03.1944 - (10.)1944 HMS Orlando (RN base, Greenock) (for air raid precaution duties)
12.1944 - (07.1945) HMS Mull of Galloway (Coastal Forces / minesweeper maintenance ship)
Kett
William Henry
"Hedley"
W.H. Kett
W.H. Kett
1913
London
-
2007 still alive at Weston Acres, Banstead, Surrey
Prob. S.Lt.
23.09.1938
S.Lt.
19.03.1940, seniority 23.09.1938
Lt.
01.1941, seniority 21.11.1940
A/Lt.Cdr.
< 04.1946
Lt.Cdr.
21.11.1948
Cdr.
30.06.1955
Capt.
30.06.1963 (retd 30.06.1968)
Distinguished Service Cross DSC
29.06.1943
5 passages to Malta with stores [investiture 13.11.45]
Distinguished Service Cross DSC
04.06.1946
attack on submarine 30.10.43
RNR Officers' Reserve Decoration RD
01.11.1948
-
RNR Officers' Reserve Decoration RD
14.07.1960
1st clasp
Went to sea in SS Bolton, c. 1929.
24.02.1940
-
(04.)1940
HMS Oberon (submarine)
10.09.1940
-
(08.1942)
HMS Clyde (submarine)
01.1943
-
01.1945
Commanding Officer, HMS P 34, renamed: HMS Ultimatum (submarine)
30.01.1945
-
13.05.1945
Commanding Officer, HMS Otway (submarine)
25.06.1945
-
(10.1945)
Commanding Officer, HMS Tactician (submarine)
01.03.1967
-
01.03.1968
RNR ADC to the Queen
Granted the Freedom of the City of London. Younger Brother of Trinity House.
King
William David [Paddock]
W.D. King (Photo courtesy of Mr Martin King) W.D. King (Photo courtesy of Mr Martin King)
17.02.1900
Southampton, Hampshire
-
23.04.1941
Southampton, Hampshire
T/Lt.
01.11.1939 (reld < 02.1941)
Served Merchant Navy (Master's Certificate 19.12.1932).
 
 
 
officer holding temporary commission under T.124 agreements
26.01.1940

-

(06.1940)

Commanding Officer, HMS Princess Elizabeth (auxiliary minesweeper; paddle steamer)
Kinghorn
John Fletcher MacIntosh
J.F.M. Kinghorn
Married (1939); six children.
18.10.1914
Edinburgh, Scotland
-
29.04.1975
Leicester City
T/Bm.Skpr. ?
T/Lt. 11.11.1940 (reld > 04.1946)
Served Merchant Navy.
26.03.1941 - (06.)1941 Commanding Officer, HMS Barsing (boom defence vessel)
(08.1941)     no appointment listed
01.09.1941 - 03.1942 HM Boom Depot, Lyness, Orkneys [HMS Proserpine]
03.1942 - 24.01.1943 Commanding Officer, HMS Bownet (boom defence vessel)
24.01.1943 - (04.)1943 First Lieutenant, HMS Barbrook (boom defence vessel)
05.1943 - (02.)1944 Commanding Officer, HMS Barfoil (boom defence vessel)
(04.1944)     no appointment listed
05.1944 - (06.)1944 Commanding Officer, HMS Baron (boom defence vessel)
(10.1944) - (04.1946)  no appointment listed
Kinsey,
Gordon Roland
K. Kjenne
Son of Roland Henry Kinsey (1883-1964), and Ethel Mary Day (1882-1925).
Brother of Sq.Ldr. Raymond John Kinsey, RAFVR, and of Second Officer Betty Elaine Kinsey, WRNS.
Married ((09?).1943, Bristol district, Gloucestershire) Patricia M. Rees; one son, one daughter.
02.10.1913
Winscombe, Axbridge district, Somerset
-
12.1999
Cheltenham district, Gloucestershire
Prob. Paym.S.Lt. 20.10.1936
Paym.S.Lt. 21.02.1938, seniority 20.10.1936
Paym.Lt. 20.10.1938
A/Paym.Lt.Cdr. = A/Lt.Cdr. (S) > 04.1940, < 10.1940
Lt.Cdr. (S) 20.10.1946
A/Cdr. (S) > 07.1945, < 04.1946
Cdr. (S) 31.12.1956
Capt. (S) 31.12.1962 (retd 31.12.1964)
Officer of the Order of the British Empire (Military Division) OBE 01.01.1941 New Year 41 [investiture 18.02.41]
RNR Officers' Reserve Decoration RD ? -
19.10.1938 - ? HMS Norfolk (cruiser)
(04.1940)     HMS Cheshire (armed merchant cruiser) *
08.1940 - (02.)1941 HMS Cheshire (armed merchant cruiser) (OBE)
15.04.1941 - (02.)1943 HMS Duke of York (battleship)
04.05.1944 - (07.1945) Assistant to Command Supply Officer, Nore Command [HMS Pembroke (RN base, Chatham)]
Banker (Lloyd's Bank Ltd., Portsmouth, then Crawley).
* indexed, but not listed as such
Kirby
Arthur Rowland Thomas

A.R.T. Kirby
Originally:
Klein, Arthur Rowland Thomas (name change by deed poll of 04.01.1919)
Married (1919, Portsmouth) ... Cumberland.
19.05.1897
Croydon, Greater London, Surrey
-
(09?).1971
Kerrier district, Cornwall
T/Lt.
17.11.1939
T/A/Lt.Cdr.
15.08.1940
T/A/Cdr.
< 12.1941 (reld < 04.1946)
Officer of the Order of the British Empire (Military Division) OBE 04.02.1941 salvage SS Barnhill [investiture 11.03.41]



served in World War I
17.11.1939
-
(04.1940)
HMS Victory (RN base, Portsmouth) (for miscellaneous services)
(02.1941)


HMS Victory (RN base, Portsmouth) *
(1941)


HMS Resolvo (tug)
10.1941
-
(12.1943)
HMS Sheba (RN base, Aden) (from about late 1942/early 1943 Naval Officer-in-Charge, Port Sudan)
01.03.1945
-
(07.1945)
HMS Spartiate (RN base, Glasgow)
* indexed, but not listed as such
Kirton,
Stanley Stuart
S.S. Kirton (Photo courtesy of Blair Southerden)
Son of Stuart Kirton, and Beryl Maud Florence Kirton.
Married 1st ((03?).1946, Worthing district, Sussex) Daphne M. Sims.
Married 2nd ((06?).1958, Ashford district, Kent) Eleanor Matthews.
11.11.1908
Esher, Kingston district, Surrey
-
02.1989
Cardiganshire North district, Dyfed, Wales
T/Paym.Lt. = T/Lt. (S) 24.10.1939
24.10.1939 - 15.03.1940 HMS Afrikander V (RN base, Freetown, Sierra Leone) (for duty in Admiral's office), accounts transferred to:
15.03.1940 - 20.05.1940 HMS Edinburgh Castle (RN base, Freetown, Sierra Leone) (for duty in Admiral's office)
21.05.1940 - 04.08.1940 HMS Afrikander [I] (RN base, Simonstown, South Africa)
05.08.1940 - 02.1941 HMS Edinburgh Castle (RN base, Freetown, Sierra Leone) (for duty in Admiral's office)
Mr Jonathan Kirton writes about his uncle and godfather: "While there he was posted to Singapore to join a RN ship, upon which he was to be promoted to Lieut. Commander, however his departure was delayed by a dental infection which kept him in hospital at Freetown, so that he missed the ship on which he was supposed to have sailed, so that he did not arrive at Singapore until about the 8th of February, 1942, by which time the island was under attack. (If his departure had not been delayed, he might have been killed on the ship that he was supposed to have joined, which was evidently sunk a couple of days later.) In the confusion of the surrender he escaped from Singapore on a Royal Navy tug which departed for Bauka / Bangka, Sumatra towing three barges which were filled with British service mens' dependents, mostly wives and children. On Friday, 13 Feb., 1942 both the tug and all the barges were sunk by bombs from Japanese aircraft. Stanley was one of a very fortunate few who got off on a Carley float, as he said, without even getting his feet wet. He said that hundreds of men, women and children were killed that day, and 47 ships of all shapes and sizes were sunk in that area. He and a few companions landed on a small island from which Japanese troops picked them up two days later on the 15th of February, towing them to Palembang, Sumatra in a crowded & filthy coal barge. After 4 months there he was taken back to Singapore, and from there up Malaya to Thailand, where he was forced to work on the Bangkok to Rangoon railway, which the Japanese were building through the jungle to aid getting supplies up for their planned attack on India. As he said, he helped as little as possible, but was still knocked about and beaten up by the Japanese guards. He suffered malaria, beriberi, jungle sores, etc.. After the war my parents and I became friends with Stanley's Senior British Officer in Camp No. 4, who told us that more than once he had been certain that Stanley would be dead by the next morning, but he always survived, no doubt because of his incredible sense of humour. When they were finally liberated in 1945 he went down to Bangkok and was flown to Rangoon, and from there to the 139th Indian / British General Hospital at Nankum, near Romchi, Behar Province, India, where he remained for more than 6 months, until Nov. 1945, when he was finally considered fit enough to fly home to England."
Kjenne,
Kristian
K. Kjenne
Son of Jens and Anette Kjenne, of Oslo, Norway.
19.07.1912
Norway
-
21.05.1941
[age 29]
[Cardiff Western Cemetery, C.94]
T/S.Lt.
29.07.1940
(02.1941)


HMS Claverhouse (RN base, Leith & Granton) *
?
-
21.05.1941
HMS Darnett Ness (minesweeping trawler)
* indexed, but not listed as such
Knight,
John Templeton
J.T. Knight (Photo courtesy of Mr Bill Forster) J.T. Knight (Photo courtesy of Mr Bill Forster)
J.T. Knight (Photo courtesy of Mr Bill Forster)
Married ((03?).1943, Weymouth district, Dorset) Nancy Coffey (divorced c. 1948/49).
?
-
Prob. T/Midsh. 27.10.1940 (reld 1942?)
27.10.1940 - (02.)1941 HMS Nelson (battleship)
20.02.1941 - (12.1941) HMS Venomous (destroyer)
Kyte,
Frederick Gilbert
F.G. Kyte
(03?).1892
Swansea, Glamorgan
-
(09?).1966
Weston-super-Mare district, Somerset
Lt. (S) (Registrar Class)
21.04.1938
(07.1945)


no appointment listed
 
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