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English war poster 1915

русский: Сначала Старая Англия. Ты-потом. Военный плакат ПМВ 1916 г.
Date 1916
Source Own scan from Russian magazine "Niva" №36-1916
Журнал Нива №36-1916, свой скан бумажной версии журнала
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