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English: German Generals Erwin Rommel and Fritz Bayerleinin, with British prisoners of war in Tobruk, Italian Libya - 1942


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Nordafrika, Tobruk.- Links britische Kriegsgefangene, auf dem Boden sitzend; v.r. : General Fritz Bayerlein und Generaloberst Erwin Rommel; PK "Afrika".
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English: German Generals Erwin Rommel and Fritz Bayerleinin, with British prisoners of war in Tobruk, Italian Libya - 1942
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Depicted place Tobruk
Date June 1942
Photographer Moosmüller
Propagandakompanien der Wehrmacht - Heer und Luftwaffe (Bild 101 I)
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