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Bundespräsident Dr. Heinrich Lübke in Niger
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  • Lübke, Heinrich: Bundespräsident, Bundesminister für Ernährung, Landwirtschaft und Forsten, CDU, Bundesrepublik Deutschland
Depicted place Niger
Date 10 February 1969
Photographer Gathmann, Jens
Presse- und Informationsamt der Bundesregierung - Bildbestand (B 145 Bild)
Accession number B 145 Bild-F028554-0009
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Additions: Note that this is a motorcade in Niamey, Niger. Hamani Diori, first president of Niger is visible on the right, German minister Heinrich Lübke on the left. Motorcade outriders and guards along the street are both Gendarmarie Nationale troops. Photo is dated 10 February 1969.


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