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Danzig, Enfernen eines polnischen Hoheitszeichens

Zentralbild II. Weltkrieg 1939-45 Der Beginn des Polenfeldzuges am 1.9.1939. Soldaten der faschistischen deutschen Wehrmacht entfernen nach der Besetzung der Stadt Danzig das polnische Hoheitszeichen vom Gebäude der polnischen Post.

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Deutsch: Es ist unwahrscheinlich, dass es Danzig ist. Wahrscheinlich ist es Gdynia. Ganz sicher ist es nicht die Post, sondern vielmehr der Sitz der Regierungskommission (Komisariat rządu)
English: Wehrmacht soldiers removing Polish government insignia in Gdynia, September 1939
Polski: Niszczenie przez żołnierzy Wehrmachtu godła Rzeczypospolitej na budynku Komisariatu Rządu w Gdyni,wrzesień 1939.
Depicted place Gdynia
Date 1 September 1939
Photographer Sönnke, Hans
Allgemeiner Deutscher Nachrichtendienst - Zentralbild (Bild 183)
Accession number Bild 183-H27915
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