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Title Radioansprache Wilhelm Marx Info non-talk.svg
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Der Reichskanzler des deutschen Reiches spricht erstmalig per Radio seine Weihnachtsproklamation. Der Reichskanzler beim Hören von Radio-Gesprächen. Von links nach rechts: Reichskanzler Dr. Marx, Minister Scholz und Abgeordneter Fischer.
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Radioansprache von Reichskanzler Dr. Wilhelm Marx.- Sitzend, vlnr: Wilhelm Marx, Ernst Wilhelm Scholz und Paul Fleischer
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  • Fleischer, Paul: Politiker, Zentrum, Deutschland
  • Marx, Wilhelm Dr.: Reichskanzler, Zentrum, Jurist, Deutschland
  • Scholz, Ernst Wilhelm Dr. Dr.: Reichswirtschaftsminister, Vorsitzender der Deutschen Volkspartei (DVP), Deutschland
Date December 1923
Photographer Pahl, Georg
Aktuelle-Bilder-Centrale, Georg Pahl (Bild 102)
Accession number Bild 102-00231
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