Men of Sudeten German Freikorps in the city of Cheb, Czechoslovakia, 3 Oct 1938

Caption   Men of Sudeten German Freikorps in the city of Cheb, Czechoslovakia, 3 Oct 1938
Source   German Federal Archive
Identification Code   Bild 146-1986-042-14
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Munich Conference and the Annexation of Sudetenland   Main article  Photos  
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Added By C. Peter Chen

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  1. Fluffyman says:
    11 Sep 2011 03:32:17 AM

    Terrorists. Nothing else.

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