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  1. Ahh right, anything which could link the paintings to Dunkirk you think? Also when you have the file closed, there are a set of numbers along the spine of the file--could mean something
  2. I am not sure at all if there is already a thread linking to this, but we have cracked open the classified page on the WWII site, to reveal a document. Two paintings are inside the document, one of which scribed with Latin on the top (I need to translate it still) and another showing the long lost painting of "Portrait of a young man (Raphael)" which the Nazi's stole during their raid on Russia in WWII. This must have something to do with the zombies, possibly hinting at the origin locations. Anyways, here is the link to the wiki page on the Raphael portrait https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portrait_of_a_Young_Man_(Raphael) We could get some great information by linking the two images together.

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