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Deutsch: Zentralverordnungsblatt Berlin 1948, S. 139-140, Ausführungsbestimmung Nr. 3 zum Befehl des Obersten Chefs der Sowjetischen Militärverwaltung in Deutschland Nr. 201 vom 16. August 1947 über die Richtlinien zur Anwendung der Direktive Nr. 38 des Kontrollrats in Deutschland vom 12. Oktober 1946, vom 21. August 1947
Source Zentralverordnungsblatt Berlin 1948, S. 139/140, zitiert nach Gesamtdeutsches Institut - Bundesanstalt für Gesamtdeutsche Aufgaben (Hg.): Bestimmungen der DDR zu Eigentumsfragen und Enteignungen, Bonn 1971
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