File:Günter Grass POW record.jpg

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The prisoner of war record of German author and Nobel Prize winner Günter Grass as of his capture as a Waffen-SS soldier at the end of World War II.

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Source Downloaded from the SPIEGEL Online article this image illustrated. According to the article, the record was stored at the Deutsche Dienststelle.
Author SPIEGEL Online tagged the photograph with the source information "marco-urban.de".
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