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File:Chef einer Luftflotte Version 1.svg


English: Flag for the Chief of a "Luftflotte", Deutsches Reich, 1940-1945
Date 2008
Source Own work by uploader
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Data from: Der Flaggenkurier, Zeitschrift der Deutschen Gesellschaft für Flaggenkunde, Achim und Berlin, Nr. 16/2002 bis 30/2009, ISSN 0949-6173
Author Fornax


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