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AlliiertenMuseum Bildarchiv [B 2018/14.09725]

Fotografie: Personal der U.S. Army Berlin beim Gruppenfoto mit Major General Walter Yates in den Lucius D. Clay Headquarters in Berlin-Dahlem

Fotografie: Personal der U.S. Army Berlin beim Gruppenfoto mit Major General Walter Yates in den Lucius D. Clay Headquarters in Berlin-Dahlem (AlliiertenMuseum Public Domain Mark)
Provenance/Rights: AlliiertenMuseum (Public Domain Mark)

Description

Militärisches und ziviles Personal der U.S. Army Berlin beim Gruppenfoto mit Major General Walter Yates, Commander U.S. Army Berlin, in den Lucius D. Clay Headquarters an der Clayallee in Berlin-Dahlem, in der Mitte: Colonel Alfred W. Baker, Chief of Staff, und Yates sowie die Ehefrau von Colonel Alfred W. Baker (im roten Kleid)

Inscription

CG - Command Group Photos C-288-93

Material/Technique

Kunststoff; Negativ (Fotografie)

Measurements

24 x 36 mm

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US-Hauptquartier Berlin-Dahlem
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Berlin
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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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[Last update: 2019/07/23]

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