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Rumänien. Volksdeutsche aus Bessarabien auf dem Wege nach Galatz.- In Galatz werden sie auf Donaudampfer eingeschifft und in das Reich gebracht.
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Rumänien, Bessarabien.- Abtransport deutschstämmiger Umsiedler.
Depicted place Bessarabien
Date 1940
Photographer Sigl
Deutsches Ausland-Institut (Bild 137)
Accession number Bild 137-065360
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