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File:Austin-Putilovets «Poznańczyk» near Bobruysk, 1920.jpg

English: The «Austin-Putilovets», captured by the Poles near Bobruysk and named «Poznańczyk» (former Soviet: «Styenka Razin»).
Polski: Samochód pancerny klasy «Austin-Putilovets», zdobyty przez Wojsko Polskie w Bobrujsku i przemianowany na «Poznańczyk» (widoczna poprzednia nazwa sowiecka «Stieńka Razin»).
Русский: Захваченный около Бобруйска поляками красноармейский « Остин-Путиловец», называвшийся «Познаньчык», бывший «Стенька Разин».
Date 28 May 1920
Source PIBWL Military Site (moved from ru:Файл:austinp1b.jpg uploaded by ru:Участник:Vikiped)
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