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English: The German Empire and its colonial possessions in 1914. The red circles are to improve the sighting of very small single pixel German territories. Note that the northern most German holding in China was one of many European holdings in the Chinese trading city of Tianjin.
Date 4 September 2007 (first version); 24 May 2009 (last version)
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Author Original uploader was Andrew0921 at en.wikipedia. Later version(s) were uploaded by SpencerCS, Ithanyx, R-41 at en.wikipedia.
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