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Artist Hans Rudolf Schulze
Deutsch: Deutsches Luftschiff Schütte Lanz SL2 bombardiert Warschau im 1914.
Español: El bombardeo de Varsovia en 1914 por el dirigible alemán Schütte Lanz SL2.
Français : Le bombardement de Varsovie en 1914 par le dirigeable allemand Schütte Lanz SL2.
English: German airship Schütte Lanz SL2 bombing Warsaw in 1914.
Polski: Niemiecki sterowiec Schütte Lanz SL2 bombardujący Warszawę w 1914.
Date 1915
Medium watercolor on paper
Private collection
English: Widely reproduced in postcards in the German Empire as a propaganda success in war with the Russian Empire.
Source/Photographer "Dialog" Deutsch-Polnisches Magazin / Magazyn Polsko-Niemiecki Nr 90 (2009-2010). Deutsch-Polnische Gesellschaft Bundesverband e.V. p. 55. ISBN 09381422
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