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Deutsch: Gemälde von Franz Roubaud von 1892, Szene aus dem Russisch-Persischen Krieg (1804–1813). Russische Soldaten formen eine lebendige Brücke, um Kanonen über einen Graben zu transportieren.
English: Live Bridge: A Scene from the Russo-Persian War (1804-1813)
עברית: חייליי הצבא הרוסי עושים "גשר חי" כך ששני תותחים יכולים לעבור על גופם וכך הצליחו 493 חיילים לעצור כוח של 20,000 פרסים במשך שבועיים
Date 1892
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