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File:Bundesarchiv Bild 146-1970-073-25, Isonzo-Schlacht, Trainkolonne am Moistroka-Pass.jpg


Title Isonzo-Schlacht, Trainkolonne am Moistroka-Pass Info non-talk.svg
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Die siegreiche Isonzo-Offensive. Der Durchstoss bei Flitsch. Trainkolonne der Verbündeten im Vormarsch auf einer der Pass-Strassen gen Flitsch. Filmtrupp No:5. Erzherzog Eugen-Strasse, Moistroka-Pass, Oktober 1917
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Isonzoschlachten von Jui 1915 bis Oktober 1917.- Zwölfte Isonzoschlacht, 24. Oktober ? 27. Oktober 1917.- Nachschubkolonne der Mittelmächte am Moistroka-Pass
Depicted place Isonzo-Schlacht
Date October 1917
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Accession number Bild 146-1970-073-25
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