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Map of the Eastern Front (WWII), 1941-12-05 to 1942-05-05
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  • (del) (cur) 09:35, 23 April 2006 . . Zocky (Talk) . . 1201x921 (258710 bytes) (clearer colour)
  • (del) (rev) 02:13, 22 March 2005 . . Gdr (Talk) . . 1201x921 (202395 bytes) (oops, forgot to trim and compress)
  • (del) (rev) 02:08, 22 March 2005 . . Gdr (Talk) . . 1715x990 (277177 bytes) (fix scale, spelling of Breslau)
  • (del) (rev) 22:37, 21 March 2005 . . Gdr (Talk) . . 1203x923 (204785 bytes) (trim margins)
  • (del) (rev) 21:30, 20 March 2005 . . Gdr (Talk) . . 1269x977 (269456 bytes) (Eastern Front (WWII), 1941-12-05 to 1942-05-07 {{GFDL}}Drawn by User:Gdr)
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