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Museum Wolmirstedt Archivalien [A_3156]

Amtliches Mitteilungsblatt Magdeburg, Nr. 29, 25. August 1945

Amtliches Mitteilungsblatt Magdeburg, Nr. 29, 25. August 1945 (Museum Wolmirstedt RR-F)
Provenance/Rights: Museum Wolmirstedt (RR-F)

Description

Papier im A3-Hochformat beiseitig bedruckt.
Vorderseite: Titel: "Amtliches Mitteilungsblatt // Nr. 29 // Magdeburg, Bahnhofstraße 17 // Sonnabend, 25. August 1945".
Inhalt: "Devisen und Edelmetalle sind abzuliefern", "Die Beschlagnahme von Naziwohnungen", "Erfassung aller Kraftfahrzeuge", "Hebammen, Schwestern und Pflegerinnen melden!" sowie Kleinanzeigen.
Auf der Vorderseite oben links handschriftliche Notiz mit violettem Bleistift.

Material / Technique

Papier, Bleistift / Druck, Handschrift

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L: 47,2 cm x B: 30 cm

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Published
Magdeburg
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Written
Magdeburg
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Magdeburg
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Sowjetische Besatzungszone
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Published Published
1945
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1945
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1945
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[Last update: 2017/12/14]

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