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English: Photograph of Ranasinghe Premadasa in 1930.
Date (British Ceylon)
Source Immediate Source:Taken From My Personal Collection of Newspapers and Books.
Original Source or Original publication: Unknown.
Author Taken in a Studio,Photographer Unknown (Anonymous) / Photographed Edited & Uploaded By MediaJet
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