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Attentat vom 20. Juli 1944
Besichtigung der zerstörten Baracke im Führerhauptquartier "Wolfsschanze" bei Rastenburg, Ostpreußen

(v.l.n.r.: X, Bormann, X, Göring, Bruno Loerzer - Generaloberst der Luftwaffe; X)
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Polski: Zamach na Hitlera 20 lipca 1944

Widok zniszczonej sali narad sytuacyjnych w kwaterze Wolfsschanze w Gierłoży k. Kętrzyna.

(na zdjęciu od lewej do prawej: Heinz Linge, Martin Bormann, Julius Schaub, Hermann Göring, Bruno Loerzer, n/n.)
English: 20 july attenat

The view of destroyed interior of briefing room in Hiler's headquatter Wolfsschanze near Rastenburg (Ketrzyn) in East Prussia.

(from left to right Heinz Linge, Martin Bormann, Julius Schaub, Hermann Göring, Bruno Loerzer, unknown.)
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Depicted place Hitler-Attentat
Date July 1944
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Accession number Bild 146-1972-025-10
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