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Fotografie: Abschiedsbesuch von US-Stadtkommandant Major General John H. Mitchell am Checkpoint Charlie in Berlin-Kreuzberg

Fotografie: Abschiedsbesuch von US-Stadtkommandant Major General John H. Mitchell am Checkpoint Charlie in Berlin-Kreuzberg (AlliiertenMuseum Public Domain Mark)
Provenance/Rights: AlliiertenMuseum (Public Domain Mark)

Description

Abschiedsbesuch von US-Stadtkommandant Major General John H. Mitchell am Checkpoint Charlie in West-Berlin: Empfang für Mitchell in der von der U.S. Army als Beobachtungsposten genutzten Wohnung am Checkpoint Charlie in Berlin-Kreuzberg

Inscription

Gen Mitchell - Farewell Checkpoint Charlie 1 Jun 88

Material/Technique

Kunststoff; Negativ (Fotografie)

Measurements

24 x 36 mm

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Created
Checkpoint Charlie
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West-Berlin
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United States of America
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Object from: AlliiertenMuseum

Das AlliiertenMuseum dokumentiert das Engagement und die Rolle der Westalliierten in Deutschland und West-Berlin in der Zeit von 1945 bis 1994 und ...

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