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Do X aircraft in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Nov 1930Do X aircraft in flight in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Nov 1930
Do X aircraft in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Nov 1930Do X aircraft in flight in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Nov 1930
Do X aircraft taxiing on water at Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Nov 1930Engineers inspecting the support rails of Do X aircraft, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Nov 1930
Do X aircraft taxiing on water at Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Nov 1930Engineers inspecting the support rails of Do X aircraft, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Nov 1930
German maintenance crew in the wing area of the Do X aircraft, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Nov 1930German mechanic inspecting the Do X aircraft, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Nov 1930
German maintenance crew in the wing area of the Do X aircraft, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Nov 1930German mechanic inspecting the Do X aircraft, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Nov 1930
A Dutch woman welcoming German SS troops arriving in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, May 1940A wounded man and a dead girl in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, May 1940
A Dutch woman welcoming German SS troops arriving in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, May 1940A wounded man and a dead girl in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, May 1940
Panteleimon Ponomarenko at Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 15 Oct 1959, photo 1 of 3Panteleimon Ponomarenko at Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 15 Oct 1959, photo 2 of 3
Panteleimon Ponomarenko at Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 15 Oct 1959, photo 1 of 3Panteleimon Ponomarenko at Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 15 Oct 1959, photo 2 of 3
Panteleimon Ponomarenko at Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 15 Oct 1959, photo 3 of 3
Panteleimon Ponomarenko at Schiphol Airport, Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 15 Oct 1959, photo 3 of 3


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