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File:Germany and Poland borders during the 20th century Wlegend.png


English: Anachronical map pf Germany and Poland border changes during the 20th century.
Date 6 April 2009 (original upload date)
Source The map uses the map and descriptions of en::File:Germany and Poland borders during the 20th century.gif created by User:MaGioZal, but adds a legend from the text contained in the description of that file.
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