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UBz: den polnischen Marschall Pilsudski am 15.6.1934 während eines Empfanges (v.l.n.r.: deutscher Gesandter in Warschau, von Moltke, Hans; Marschall Pilsudski, Goebbels und der polnische Aussenminister Oberst Josef Beck).
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English: Joseph Goebbels and the German Ambassador von Moltke visiting Piłsudski on June 15, 1934. Polish Foreign minister Józef Beck at the right.
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Date 15 June 1934
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Accession number Bild 183-B0527-0001-293
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