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Español: Imagen de Mao Zedong proclamando la fundación de la República Popular China en la Puerta de Tian'anmen de la Ciudad Prohibida de Pekín el 1 de octubre de 1949.
English: Pictured here is former Chinese Chairman Mao Zedong announcing the founding of the People's Republic of China on October 1 1949.
Italiano: Immagine di Mao Tse-tung che proclama la nascita della Repubblica Popolare Cinese l'1 ottobre 1949
Bân-lâm-gú: 1949-nî Tiong-kok Tiong-iong Jîn-bîn Tsìng-hú tsú-si̍k Môo Ti̍k-tong tī khai-kok tāi-tián suan-pòo Tiong-huâ Jîn-bîn Kiōng-hô-kok tsìng-sik kiàn-li̍p. 1949年中國中央人民政府主席毛澤東佇開國大典宣布中華人民共和國正式建立。
Date 10/1/1949
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