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Museum Weißenfels - Schloss Neu-Augustusburg Vivatbänder [V 663 M]

Vivatband "Befreiung Lembergs am 22. Juni 1915"

Vivatband (Museum Weißenfels - Schloss Neu-Augustusburg CC BY-NC-SA)
Provenance/Rights: Museum Weißenfels - Schloss Neu-Augustusburg (CC BY-NC-SA)

Description

Das orange Band aus Halbseide ist schwarz bedruckt. Es zeigt das Stadtwappen von Lemberg (Löwe vor Stadttor), darüber eine Hand die eine andere Hand dazu bringt einen Schlüssel fallen zu lassen (Stadtschlüssel?). Es folgt Text von Georg Bötticher "Die Feindes Übermacht bezwang,/ die uns entrissen war so lang,/ nun wieder unsre teure Stadt:/ Heil dir und Vivat-floreat!". Frauen, die Soldaten zujubeln, der Text "Begreiung Lembergs am 22.Juni 1915", der Name des Zeichners "B Heroux", "Zum Besten des Roten Kreuzes" und die Nennun des Verlages bilden den Abschluss.

Material / Technique

Halbseide bedruckt

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6,4 x 40 cm

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Created
Berlin
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Lemberg (Lwiw)
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Ukraine
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1915
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1915
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1915
1914 1917

[Last update: 2019/03/03]

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