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Berlin, Weltgewerkschaftskongress, Probe des Festprogramms

ADN-ZB Senft 20.9.86 Berlin: Weltgewerkschaftskongreß - "Viva Mandela" -Afrikanische Lieder und Tänze - gestaltet die Gesangsgruppe des ANC im Ensemble "Solidarität" der Karl-Marx-Universität Leipzig beim Festprogramm im Friedrichstadtpalast für die Teilnehmer des XI. Weltgewerkschaftskongresses. -Foto von der Generalprobe-
Depicted place Berlin
Date 20 September 1986
Photographer Senft, Gabriele
Allgemeiner Deutscher Nachrichtendienst - Zentralbild (Bild 183)
Accession number Bild 183-1986-0920-016
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