File:Friedrich II 300f.jpg

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This is a picture out of the book " Geschichtsbilder" published in 1896 by Friedrich Polack (1834-1915) Copyright expired

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current18:51, 10 August 2014Thumbnail for version as of 18:51, 10 August 2014561 × 614 (128 KB)Druyts.t (talk | contribs)Cropped < 1 % horizontally and 6 % vertically using CropTool with precise mode.
19:30, 11 January 2006Thumbnail for version as of 19:30, 11 January 2006561 × 656 (485 KB)Tungesdorp (talk | contribs)This is a picture out of the book " Geschichtsbilder" published in 1896 by Friedrich Polack (1834-1915) Copyright expired
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