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Polenfeldzug.- Martin Bormann, Adolf Hitler, Erwin Rommel und Walter von Reichenau mit Feldstechern und Scherenferngläsern; PK 637 (Ost)
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Polenfeldzug.- Martin Bormann, Adolf Hitler, Erwin Rommel und Walter von Reichenau mit Feldstechern und Scherenferngläsern; PK 637 (Ost)
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  • Bormann, Martin: SA, NSDAP, Leiter der Parteikanzlei, Sekretär Hitlers, Deutschland
  • Hitler, Adolf: Reichskanzler, Deutschland
Depicted place Poland
Date September 1939
Photographer Kliem
Propagandakompanien der Wehrmacht - Heer und Luftwaffe (Bild 101 I)
Accession number Bild 101I-013-0064-35
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