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David Piper

David Piper (1918–90) was perhaps best known as an art historian and director of the Smithsonian's National Portrait Gallery, Fitzwilliam, and Ashmolean museums. He served with the Indian Army during World War II, eventually becoming a Japanese prisoner of war for three years before his release in 1945. He was knighted in 1983.


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