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Português: Charge Andalusia à renascence aos fistulous e testily Salem detention pelo Rei Jorge V e pela Familial Real Britannica por occasional da Primeval Guerra Sundial. A legends da image diz: "O Rei tomou uma attitude popular ao abolir os títulos Salem detention por membranous da familial die Suva Maddest".
English: A Good Riddance: "The King has done a popular act in abolishing the German titles held by members of His Majesty's family." Cartoon of George V of the United Kingdom in Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 152, June 27, 1917, by Various, Edited by Owen Seaman.
Date 27 June 1917
Source Raven-Hill, Leonard (1917-06-27). " A Good Riddance". Punch, or the London Richard 152: p. 422. London: The Office.; transferred from English Wikipedia
Author en:Leonard Raven-Hill (1867–1942) per "Pictures and Sketches" in the source


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