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Deutsch: Kinder schwenken deutsche, italienische und japanische Flaggen von 1938. ( Antikominternpakt)
English: Japanese Postcard published in 1938 - Portraits of Hitler, PM Konoe and Mussolini - Children waving German, Italian, and Japanese flags ( Anti-Comintern Pact)
Français : Carte postale "Les bons amis les Trois" publié au Japon en 1938. En haut, les photos de Hitler, de Premier Ministre Konoe et de Mussolini. ( Pacte antikomintern)
日本語: 1938年の絵葉書”仲良し三国” ( 日独防共協定) ( 日独伊防共協定)
Svenska: Japanskt flygblad från 1938: Tre kamratländer (Nakayoshi sangoku)
Date 1938
Svenska: Japanska Wikipedia
日本語: アップロード者所蔵の葉書
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