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I. Weltkrieg.- Frankreich.- Kavalleristen des Reserve-Husaren-Regiment 11 im Schützengraben, mit Gewehren zielend, Soldat mit Stielhandgranate; 1916
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English: German cavalry of the 11th Reserve Hussar Regiment in a trench, in France, in the Western Front during 1916
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