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Porträt Willy Brandt, Bundeskanzler 1969–1974, im Jahr 1980.
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English: Willy Brandt: German Chancellor (1969—1974), Mayor of West-Berlin, Federal Republic of Germany (West-Germany), 1980
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Willy Brandt

1980 Album Willy Brandt Bundeskanzler 1969 - 1974“

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Date 5 March 1980
Photographer Reineke, Engelbert
Presse- und Informationsamt der Bundesregierung - Bildbestand (B 145 Bild)
Accession number B 145 Bild-F057884-0009
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