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Nordafrika, Tunis.- Generalfeldmarschall Erwin Rommel (mit Marschallstab grüßend) und Oberstleutnant Fritz Bayerlein, im Auto stehend, bei Vorbeifahrt an motorisierten Truppen, u.a. Soldaten in erbeutetem amerikanische Halbkettenfahrzeug M3 (Personnel Ca
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Depicted place North Africa
Date 1942
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Accession number Bild 146-1990-071-31
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