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Szent István, Sinkendes Linienschiff

Szent István Österreichisch Ungarisches Linienschiff Stapellauf: 17.1.1914

Depicted place Szent István
Date 10 June 1918
Photographer Unknown
Institut für Meereskunde (Bild 134)
Accession number Bild 134-C2280
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