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Deutsch: Abmarsch des II. Bataillons des Regiments Lübeck (am Bahnhof). Anmerkungen: seit 1914 nur noch Angestellter, letzte Veröffentlichung in den Vaterstädtischen Blättern Anfang 1917, gestorben 1919; Zeichen [gleich] nach Abgleich mit Adressbüchern jener Zt. ist das Zeichen ein mit C überlagertes L; Todesjahr 1919
Date 31. Juli 1914
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(Original text : Von Lübecks Türmen; Lübeck, den 02. August 1914, Artikel: Abmarsch des Regiments Lübeck)
Author Lorenz Christensen. Original uploader was 1970gemini at de.wikipedia
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