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German troops entering Riga during World War I.

Source Scan of vintage picture postcard, scanned by User:Philaweb.
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11:37, 31 December 2006Thumbnail for version as of 11:37, 31 December 2006820 × 515 (87 KB)Philaweb (talk | contribs){{Information |Description={{German troops entering Riga during the 1st World War}} |Source={{own work}} |Date={{1916}} |Author={{Paul Bischoff}} |Permission={{anonymous work}} }}
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