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English: Prohibition agents destroying barrels of alcohol (United States, prohibition era)
Česky: Ničení sudů s alkoholem během prohibice ve Spojených státech
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DN-0072930, Chicago Daily News negatives collection, Chicago Historical Society.

Copy on lists date as 1921, hence public domain in USA.


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