British Military Reconnaissance Photograph, 1961,
The biggest controversy of the story surrounding the discovery of Avery’s Warsaw Notebook, was an illegal photographic print of this military reconnaissance image pasted inside it. Avery admits to re-shooting the reconnaissance photograph with a concealed camera during a mock-research visit to the National Photographic Interpretation Center in Leeds, England on May 4, 1961. Avery claims to have been there on the ground when the photograph was taken in Cardington, Bedfordshire, and is circled in the image above. The demarcation was created by editors of The Observer article from September 20, 1987. The original Photographic Negative & Print is still held under high security at the National Photographic Interpretation Center (NPIC), Leeds where Avery covertly photographed it in mid 1961.
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The biggest controversy of the story surrounding the discovery of Avery&rsquo;s Warsaw Notebook, was an illegal photographic print of this military reconnaissance image pasted inside it. Avery admits to re-shooting the reconnaissance photograph with a concealed camera during a mock-research visit to the National Photographic Interpretation Center in Leeds, England on May 4, 1961. Avery claims to have been there on the ground when the photograph was taken in Cardington, Bedfordshire, and is circled in the image above. The demarcation was created by editors of The Observer article from September 20, 1987. <i>The original Photographic Negative &amp; Print is still held under high security at the National Photographic Interpretation Center (NPIC), Leeds where Avery covertly photographed it in mid 1961.</i>
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