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A column of troops marching at the Mihail Kogトネniceanu Plaza in Bucharest, Romania, circa 1941

CaptionツツツA column of troops marching at the Mihail Kogトネniceanu Plaza in Bucharest, Romania, circa 1941 ww2dbase
Sourceツツツ ww2dbaseGerman Federal Archive
Identification CodeツツツN 1603 Bild-001
Photos at Same PlaceBucharest, Romania
Added ByC. Peter Chen
Added Date14 Jan 2011

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