Cold War files show York was a nuclear target

York's Cold War Bunker in Holgate is now a visitor attraction

York's Cold War Bunker in Holgate is now a visitor attraction

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YORK was on a secret list of Cold War nuclear targets in the 1970s, according to documents released by the National Archives.

The city featured on a list of likely Russian targets drawn up by the UK Government because it was considered a centre of government.

Radar stations on the North Yorkshire coast and the RAF base near Catterick also featured on the list, which was agreed by military commanders, the intelligence services, and the Cabinet Office.

According to former City of York councillor Steve Galloway, who was first elected in 1973, York's position as a possible target was widely known in the city, although never formally discussed.

"York was a centre of communications. Most of the telephone cables were routed through York and the Russians realised that.

"We have the railways as well, so if you sever those two you could bring the whole country to the halt."

He added: "To the best of my knowledge, there was no underground secure seat of government here.

"I have no recollection of the council ever formally discussing it, but they wouldn't have because it was supposed to be confidential.

"In those days nuclear war was thought about a lot, and it doesn't take a rocket scientist to work out that York could have been a target."

But even though plans at the time were for the Government to scatter in the event of a nuclear attack, Mr Galloway does not believe York would have been the location of a Government centre.

According to a report in the Guardian, the list of "probable nuclear targets in the United Kingdom" was sent to defence chiefs in May 1972, and included 38 towns, cities and centres of government - including Leeds, Hull and York - 37 UK and US air bases, 25 military control, radar and communication bases, and six naval bases.

It said it was on a comprehensive list of targets likely to be attacked, and records show intelligence chiefs believed the Soviet Union would launch an attack on Britain with 150 land based missiles, plus an unknown number of submarine missiles.

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3:46pm Fri 6 Jun 14

Grumpy Old Man says...

Can't decide whether Steve Galloway really didn't know or, even now, won't tell the truth. The seat of regional government was based near Easingwold. - the Holgate bunker, like the one at Bradsby was a Royal Observer Corps bunker and would struggle to house half a dozen observers. The Easingwold site is massive and was the seat of the regional council. Back in the '60s, CND published the names of the council who would be given shelter in the event of an attack. I believe a local newspaper reported the story and the names. What was it called? Oh yes, I remember: The Yorkshire Evening Press.
Can't decide whether Steve Galloway really didn't know or, even now, won't tell the truth. The seat of regional government was based near Easingwold. - the Holgate bunker, like the one at Bradsby was a Royal Observer Corps bunker and would struggle to house half a dozen observers. The Easingwold site is massive and was the seat of the regional council. Back in the '60s, CND published the names of the council who would be given shelter in the event of an attack. I believe a local newspaper reported the story and the names. What was it called? Oh yes, I remember: The Yorkshire Evening Press. Grumpy Old Man
  • Score: 8

3:56pm Fri 6 Jun 14

greenmonkey says...

Easingwold is the civil defence college which ran all the training for emergency planners - still does, although focus now much more on terrorism and extreme weather conditions, flooding etc Steve says ""In those days nuclear war was thought about a lot", omitting to mention that the UK still has nuclear warheads that are transported by road up and down the A1/M1 and M6 between Burghfield/Aldermast
on and Faslane.
Easingwold is the civil defence college which ran all the training for emergency planners - still does, although focus now much more on terrorism and extreme weather conditions, flooding etc Steve says ""In those days nuclear war was thought about a lot", omitting to mention that the UK still has nuclear warheads that are transported by road up and down the A1/M1 and M6 between Burghfield/Aldermast on and Faslane. greenmonkey
  • Score: 2

4:06pm Fri 6 Jun 14

offa says...

Anyone with any sense knows - and has known for decades - that nuclear weapons will never be used, except by mad political/religious exttremists ( and don't just read Muslim in to that).

And please remember that the only country that has used the ultimate nuclear weapons was not the USSR, but the USA backed by Great Britain and the great Winston Churchill - who used poison gas on Iraq.
Anyone with any sense knows - and has known for decades - that nuclear weapons will never be used, except by mad political/religious exttremists ( and don't just read Muslim in to that). And please remember that the only country that has used the ultimate nuclear weapons was not the USSR, but the USA backed by Great Britain and the great Winston Churchill - who used poison gas on Iraq. offa
  • Score: -4

4:15pm Fri 6 Jun 14

greenmonkey says...

offa wrote:
Anyone with any sense knows - and has known for decades - that nuclear weapons will never be used, except by mad political/religious exttremists ( and don't just read Muslim in to that).

And please remember that the only country that has used the ultimate nuclear weapons was not the USSR, but the USA backed by Great Britain and the great Winston Churchill - who used poison gas on Iraq.
That's why we need to get rid of them through international negotiation - more likely to be used between China/ N and S Korea, India and Pakistan or Israel and Iran. Just look at what happened with chemical weapons left in the hands of Syria, now thankfully mostly in the process of being destroyed.
[quote][p][bold]offa[/bold] wrote: Anyone with any sense knows - and has known for decades - that nuclear weapons will never be used, except by mad political/religious exttremists ( and don't just read Muslim in to that). And please remember that the only country that has used the ultimate nuclear weapons was not the USSR, but the USA backed by Great Britain and the great Winston Churchill - who used poison gas on Iraq.[/p][/quote]That's why we need to get rid of them through international negotiation - more likely to be used between China/ N and S Korea, India and Pakistan or Israel and Iran. Just look at what happened with chemical weapons left in the hands of Syria, now thankfully mostly in the process of being destroyed. greenmonkey
  • Score: 0

7:51pm Fri 6 Jun 14

heworth.28 says...

The list of targets has been known for over 20 years now since the USSR collapsed, this is hardly a revelation!
The list of targets has been known for over 20 years now since the USSR collapsed, this is hardly a revelation! heworth.28
  • Score: 4

8:09pm Fri 6 Jun 14

Woody G Mellor says...

Grumpy Old Man wrote:
Can't decide whether Steve Galloway really didn't know or, even now, won't tell the truth. The seat of regional government was based near Easingwold. - the Holgate bunker, like the one at Bradsby was a Royal Observer Corps bunker and would struggle to house half a dozen observers. The Easingwold site is massive and was the seat of the regional council. Back in the '60s, CND published the names of the council who would be given shelter in the event of an attack. I believe a local newspaper reported the story and the names. What was it called? Oh yes, I remember: The Yorkshire Evening Press.
The "Holgate" HQ (better known as the Acomb HQ) could accommodate 60 R.O.C. personnel for up to 3 months on rotating shifts. Known as 'hot bedding'.
[quote][p][bold]Grumpy Old Man[/bold] wrote: Can't decide whether Steve Galloway really didn't know or, even now, won't tell the truth. The seat of regional government was based near Easingwold. - the Holgate bunker, like the one at Bradsby was a Royal Observer Corps bunker and would struggle to house half a dozen observers. The Easingwold site is massive and was the seat of the regional council. Back in the '60s, CND published the names of the council who would be given shelter in the event of an attack. I believe a local newspaper reported the story and the names. What was it called? Oh yes, I remember: The Yorkshire Evening Press.[/p][/quote]The "Holgate" HQ (better known as the Acomb HQ) could accommodate 60 R.O.C. personnel for up to 3 months on rotating shifts. Known as 'hot bedding'. Woody G Mellor
  • Score: -36

8:58pm Fri 6 Jun 14

piaggio1 says...

Yep yer right.but i dint half end the war in the far east. AND if we dint have em .YOU would now be a slave of the russian state comrade.
But there again you.d prob like that.
Yep yer right.but i dint half end the war in the far east. AND if we dint have em .YOU would now be a slave of the russian state comrade. But there again you.d prob like that. piaggio1
  • Score: 1

9:15pm Fri 6 Jun 14

Dave Ruddock says...

if and its a big (If ) nuclear weapons where used (York/Aomb ROC building) would last .0005 of a second then cease to exist. and yes if people want to know more it it open to the public guided tours. I have no idea of th Esingwold structure. I believe if the cold war did start, the UK would be waste land on the first wave/bombardment
if and its a big (If ) nuclear weapons where used (York/Aomb ROC building) would last .0005 of a second then cease to exist. and yes if people want to know more it it open to the public guided tours. I have no idea of th Esingwold structure. I believe if the cold war did start, the UK would be waste land on the first wave/bombardment Dave Ruddock
  • Score: -1

9:24pm Fri 6 Jun 14

eeoodares says...

offa wrote:
Anyone with any sense knows - and has known for decades - that nuclear weapons will never be used, except by mad political/religious exttremists ( and don't just read Muslim in to that).

And please remember that the only country that has used the ultimate nuclear weapons was not the USSR, but the USA backed by Great Britain and the great Winston Churchill - who used poison gas on Iraq.
Are you suggesting that the US and UK was run by an extremist when it bombed Japan? By definition, one country invading or declaring war on another could be described as 'extreme', in which case there are lots of countries that are 'extreme'.
[quote][p][bold]offa[/bold] wrote: Anyone with any sense knows - and has known for decades - that nuclear weapons will never be used, except by mad political/religious exttremists ( and don't just read Muslim in to that). And please remember that the only country that has used the ultimate nuclear weapons was not the USSR, but the USA backed by Great Britain and the great Winston Churchill - who used poison gas on Iraq.[/p][/quote]Are you suggesting that the US and UK was run by an extremist when it bombed Japan? By definition, one country invading or declaring war on another could be described as 'extreme', in which case there are lots of countries that are 'extreme'. eeoodares
  • Score: 2

9:36pm Fri 6 Jun 14

Saracen says...

You can't uninvent things. The naive idealists like CND who, like rabbits in headlights, thought that if Britain discarded nuclear weapons, then everybody else would. This caused the Cold War to continue for decades and millions to suffer, by making the Soviet Union believe we didn't have the resolve to defend our own country. Following WWl, Poland announced to the world that it intended to de-militarise and reduce its army and weapon production - they did well afterwards didn't they? Playground politics is a really very basic thing. The Tony Blair's and Harriet Harman's who did just what the Soviets wanted have only recently admitted that they were young and naive - pity that, 'cos most everyone else saw the truth of the situation. Good job they didn't go on to infuence Britain in other areas - wait a minute??
You can't uninvent things. The naive idealists like CND who, like rabbits in headlights, thought that if Britain discarded nuclear weapons, then everybody else would. This caused the Cold War to continue for decades and millions to suffer, by making the Soviet Union believe we didn't have the resolve to defend our own country. Following WWl, Poland announced to the world that it intended to de-militarise and reduce its army and weapon production - they did well afterwards didn't they? Playground politics is a really very basic thing. The Tony Blair's and Harriet Harman's who did just what the Soviets wanted have only recently admitted that they were young and naive - pity that, 'cos most everyone else saw the truth of the situation. Good job they didn't go on to infuence Britain in other areas - wait a minute?? Saracen
  • Score: -4

9:40pm Fri 6 Jun 14

muckybutt says...

Surprised no one has mentioned the huge undergound complex between Tollerton and Shipton by Benningborough ! ooops I just did. Still maintained by the MOD I am led to believe.

What with Staxton, Fylingdales, Menwith Hill and the Thor site at RAF Driffield there wouldn't have been much left of this side of Yorkshire at all.
Surprised no one has mentioned the huge undergound complex between Tollerton and Shipton by Benningborough ! ooops I just did. Still maintained by the MOD I am led to believe. What with Staxton, Fylingdales, Menwith Hill and the Thor site at RAF Driffield there wouldn't have been much left of this side of Yorkshire at all. muckybutt
  • Score: 6

9:54pm Fri 6 Jun 14

petethefeet says...

In the 1980's York was the centre of Northern Command & it has been suggested that the USSR were targeting an underground command bunker under Imphal with a SS18 ICBM. As their accuracy was rubbish it was loaded with a multi-megaton hydrogen bomb. We wouldn't have known much about it!
In the 1980's York was the centre of Northern Command & it has been suggested that the USSR were targeting an underground command bunker under Imphal with a SS18 ICBM. As their accuracy was rubbish it was loaded with a multi-megaton hydrogen bomb. We wouldn't have known much about it! petethefeet
  • Score: 5

10:18pm Fri 6 Jun 14

YSTClinguist says...

This article is nothing more than stirring up "fear of the other" at this time of strife with Russia in Ukrainian troubles. It's an attempt to get everyone to hate Russia as an entity due to the natural gas resources we need from them and the actions that are taking place and will escalate in the near future.

Once education has been dumbed down, society fractured and apathetic, the next step is creating fear of where your resources will come from. Gas, electricity, fuel, food, consumer products. Then the government will seek your permission to carry out military acts to 'secure' these input streams. You'll of course be so terrified of what's left of society crumbling that you'll hand over your rights to a minority who aren't representing you.

This act of the government, successive governments even, has backfired spectacularly recently with UKIP sweeping the EU MEP votes, and will likely continue into the General Election. Read between the lines and watch as this develops.
This article is nothing more than stirring up "fear of the other" at this time of strife with Russia in Ukrainian troubles. It's an attempt to get everyone to hate Russia as an entity due to the natural gas resources we need from them and the actions that are taking place and will escalate in the near future. Once education has been dumbed down, society fractured and apathetic, the next step is creating fear of where your resources will come from. Gas, electricity, fuel, food, consumer products. Then the government will seek your permission to carry out military acts to 'secure' these input streams. You'll of course be so terrified of what's left of society crumbling that you'll hand over your rights to a minority who aren't representing you. This act of the government, successive governments even, has backfired spectacularly recently with UKIP sweeping the EU MEP votes, and will likely continue into the General Election. Read between the lines and watch as this develops. YSTClinguist
  • Score: 0

10:26pm Fri 6 Jun 14

Silver says...

https://www.youtube.
com/watch?v=LLCF7vPa
nrY shows how many Nuclear tests were conducted since WW2 it's a very interesting youtube clip
https://www.youtube. com/watch?v=LLCF7vPa nrY shows how many Nuclear tests were conducted since WW2 it's a very interesting youtube clip Silver
  • Score: 0

11:16pm Fri 6 Jun 14

parkthebus says...

Woody G Mellor wrote:
Grumpy Old Man wrote:
Can't decide whether Steve Galloway really didn't know or, even now, won't tell the truth. The seat of regional government was based near Easingwold. - the Holgate bunker, like the one at Bradsby was a Royal Observer Corps bunker and would struggle to house half a dozen observers. The Easingwold site is massive and was the seat of the regional council. Back in the '60s, CND published the names of the council who would be given shelter in the event of an attack. I believe a local newspaper reported the story and the names. What was it called? Oh yes, I remember: The Yorkshire Evening Press.
The "Holgate" HQ (better known as the Acomb HQ) could accommodate 60 R.O.C. personnel for up to 3 months on rotating shifts. Known as 'hot bedding'.
The Acomb HQ was in fact 20 Group HQ and covered a large area of northern England. It would have been manned by 60 personnel. The observer posts like the one at Brandsby were to be manned by 3 people and they, along with the other posts, would have sent relevant information to York where it would be collated and interpreted by the warning team. We used to train once a week.
[quote][p][bold]Woody G Mellor[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]Grumpy Old Man[/bold] wrote: Can't decide whether Steve Galloway really didn't know or, even now, won't tell the truth. The seat of regional government was based near Easingwold. - the Holgate bunker, like the one at Bradsby was a Royal Observer Corps bunker and would struggle to house half a dozen observers. The Easingwold site is massive and was the seat of the regional council. Back in the '60s, CND published the names of the council who would be given shelter in the event of an attack. I believe a local newspaper reported the story and the names. What was it called? Oh yes, I remember: The Yorkshire Evening Press.[/p][/quote]The "Holgate" HQ (better known as the Acomb HQ) could accommodate 60 R.O.C. personnel for up to 3 months on rotating shifts. Known as 'hot bedding'.[/p][/quote]The Acomb HQ was in fact 20 Group HQ and covered a large area of northern England. It would have been manned by 60 personnel. The observer posts like the one at Brandsby were to be manned by 3 people and they, along with the other posts, would have sent relevant information to York where it would be collated and interpreted by the warning team. We used to train once a week. parkthebus
  • Score: 3

11:24pm Fri 6 Jun 14

nowthen says...

YSTClinguist wrote:
This article is nothing more than stirring up "fear of the other" at this time of strife with Russia in Ukrainian troubles. It's an attempt to get everyone to hate Russia as an entity due to the natural gas resources we need from them and the actions that are taking place and will escalate in the near future.

Once education has been dumbed down, society fractured and apathetic, the next step is creating fear of where your resources will come from. Gas, electricity, fuel, food, consumer products. Then the government will seek your permission to carry out military acts to 'secure' these input streams. You'll of course be so terrified of what's left of society crumbling that you'll hand over your rights to a minority who aren't representing you.

This act of the government, successive governments even, has backfired spectacularly recently with UKIP sweeping the EU MEP votes, and will likely continue into the General Election. Read between the lines and watch as this develops.
Appeasement ! If you don't flight you lose. Never mind the government , I wouldn't trust Putin as far as I could split.
[quote][p][bold]YSTClinguist[/bold] wrote: This article is nothing more than stirring up "fear of the other" at this time of strife with Russia in Ukrainian troubles. It's an attempt to get everyone to hate Russia as an entity due to the natural gas resources we need from them and the actions that are taking place and will escalate in the near future. Once education has been dumbed down, society fractured and apathetic, the next step is creating fear of where your resources will come from. Gas, electricity, fuel, food, consumer products. Then the government will seek your permission to carry out military acts to 'secure' these input streams. You'll of course be so terrified of what's left of society crumbling that you'll hand over your rights to a minority who aren't representing you. This act of the government, successive governments even, has backfired spectacularly recently with UKIP sweeping the EU MEP votes, and will likely continue into the General Election. Read between the lines and watch as this develops.[/p][/quote]Appeasement ! If you don't flight you lose. Never mind the government , I wouldn't trust Putin as far as I could split. nowthen
  • Score: 2

11:27pm Fri 6 Jun 14

nowthen says...

nowthen wrote:
YSTClinguist wrote:
This article is nothing more than stirring up "fear of the other" at this time of strife with Russia in Ukrainian troubles. It's an attempt to get everyone to hate Russia as an entity due to the natural gas resources we need from them and the actions that are taking place and will escalate in the near future.

Once education has been dumbed down, society fractured and apathetic, the next step is creating fear of where your resources will come from. Gas, electricity, fuel, food, consumer products. Then the government will seek your permission to carry out military acts to 'secure' these input streams. You'll of course be so terrified of what's left of society crumbling that you'll hand over your rights to a minority who aren't representing you.

This act of the government, successive governments even, has backfired spectacularly recently with UKIP sweeping the EU MEP votes, and will likely continue into the General Election. Read between the lines and watch as this develops.
Appeasement ! If you don't flight you lose. Never mind the government , I wouldn't trust Putin as far as I could split.
That should be spit.
[quote][p][bold]nowthen[/bold] wrote: [quote][p][bold]YSTClinguist[/bold] wrote: This article is nothing more than stirring up "fear of the other" at this time of strife with Russia in Ukrainian troubles. It's an attempt to get everyone to hate Russia as an entity due to the natural gas resources we need from them and the actions that are taking place and will escalate in the near future. Once education has been dumbed down, society fractured and apathetic, the next step is creating fear of where your resources will come from. Gas, electricity, fuel, food, consumer products. Then the government will seek your permission to carry out military acts to 'secure' these input streams. You'll of course be so terrified of what's left of society crumbling that you'll hand over your rights to a minority who aren't representing you. This act of the government, successive governments even, has backfired spectacularly recently with UKIP sweeping the EU MEP votes, and will likely continue into the General Election. Read between the lines and watch as this develops.[/p][/quote]Appeasement ! If you don't flight you lose. Never mind the government , I wouldn't trust Putin as far as I could split.[/p][/quote]That should be spit. nowthen
  • Score: 3

7:19am Sat 7 Jun 14

eeoodares says...

YSTClinguist wrote:
This article is nothing more than stirring up "fear of the other" at this time of strife with Russia in Ukrainian troubles. It's an attempt to get everyone to hate Russia as an entity due to the natural gas resources we need from them and the actions that are taking place and will escalate in the near future.

Once education has been dumbed down, society fractured and apathetic, the next step is creating fear of where your resources will come from. Gas, electricity, fuel, food, consumer products. Then the government will seek your permission to carry out military acts to 'secure' these input streams. You'll of course be so terrified of what's left of society crumbling that you'll hand over your rights to a minority who aren't representing you.

This act of the government, successive governments even, has backfired spectacularly recently with UKIP sweeping the EU MEP votes, and will likely continue into the General Election. Read between the lines and watch as this develops.
Is your tin foil hat a bit tight?
[quote][p][bold]YSTClinguist[/bold] wrote: This article is nothing more than stirring up "fear of the other" at this time of strife with Russia in Ukrainian troubles. It's an attempt to get everyone to hate Russia as an entity due to the natural gas resources we need from them and the actions that are taking place and will escalate in the near future. Once education has been dumbed down, society fractured and apathetic, the next step is creating fear of where your resources will come from. Gas, electricity, fuel, food, consumer products. Then the government will seek your permission to carry out military acts to 'secure' these input streams. You'll of course be so terrified of what's left of society crumbling that you'll hand over your rights to a minority who aren't representing you. This act of the government, successive governments even, has backfired spectacularly recently with UKIP sweeping the EU MEP votes, and will likely continue into the General Election. Read between the lines and watch as this develops.[/p][/quote]Is your tin foil hat a bit tight? eeoodares
  • Score: 0

12:22am Sun 8 Jun 14

jumbojet says...

What a load of total 'rowlocks', Escrick Park was the headquarters of the NFS, National Fire Service in WW2, but who gives an SH one T, history is for those who were never there, those we call 'barrack room lawyers'.
What a load of total 'rowlocks', Escrick Park was the headquarters of the NFS, National Fire Service in WW2, but who gives an SH one T, history is for those who were never there, those we call 'barrack room lawyers'. jumbojet
  • Score: 0

1:59am Sun 8 Jun 14

lezyork1966 says...

Anyone ever think there was something odd with the grainstore when it was here, it seemed very well protected, if you parked anywhere near it within a minute or two police would move you on, and when it finally got levelled why all the digging and filling in? just what was underneath?
Anyone ever think there was something odd with the grainstore when it was here, it seemed very well protected, if you parked anywhere near it within a minute or two police would move you on, and when it finally got levelled why all the digging and filling in? just what was underneath? lezyork1966
  • Score: 2

1:47pm Sun 8 Jun 14

MouseHouse says...

Saracen wrote:
You can't uninvent things. The naive idealists like CND who, like rabbits in headlights, thought that if Britain discarded nuclear weapons, then everybody else would. This caused the Cold War to continue for decades and millions to suffer, by making the Soviet Union believe we didn't have the resolve to defend our own country. Following WWl, Poland announced to the world that it intended to de-militarise and reduce its army and weapon production - they did well afterwards didn't they? Playground politics is a really very basic thing. The Tony Blair's and Harriet Harman's who did just what the Soviets wanted have only recently admitted that they were young and naive - pity that, 'cos most everyone else saw the truth of the situation. Good job they didn't go on to infuence Britain in other areas - wait a minute??
The Cold War continued for decades all over the world:- Asia, Africa and Latin America free of nuclear weapons. Why? A clash of ideologies, with two entrenched views run by blinkered short sighted fools. Blame is shared very evenly...with and without nuclear weapons. Those countries that tried to defend themselves were flooded with arms from one side, then the "terrorists" or "freedom fighters" were armed by the other. Both the USSR and the Western Bloc made huge errors, both wasted billions, both treated human deaths with disdain.
[quote][p][bold]Saracen[/bold] wrote: You can't uninvent things. The naive idealists like CND who, like rabbits in headlights, thought that if Britain discarded nuclear weapons, then everybody else would. This caused the Cold War to continue for decades and millions to suffer, by making the Soviet Union believe we didn't have the resolve to defend our own country. Following WWl, Poland announced to the world that it intended to de-militarise and reduce its army and weapon production - they did well afterwards didn't they? Playground politics is a really very basic thing. The Tony Blair's and Harriet Harman's who did just what the Soviets wanted have only recently admitted that they were young and naive - pity that, 'cos most everyone else saw the truth of the situation. Good job they didn't go on to infuence Britain in other areas - wait a minute??[/p][/quote]The Cold War continued for decades all over the world:- Asia, Africa and Latin America free of nuclear weapons. Why? A clash of ideologies, with two entrenched views run by blinkered short sighted fools. Blame is shared very evenly...with and without nuclear weapons. Those countries that tried to defend themselves were flooded with arms from one side, then the "terrorists" or "freedom fighters" were armed by the other. Both the USSR and the Western Bloc made huge errors, both wasted billions, both treated human deaths with disdain. MouseHouse
  • Score: 2

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