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Logo Museum für Hamburgische Geschichte This image was provided as part of the cooperation with the Museum für Hamburgische Geschichte (The History Museum of Hamburg). The Museum für Hamburgische Geschichte is part of Stiftung Historische Museen Hamburg (The Historic Museums of Hamburg Foundataion). Original photos and repros were produced by the staff of the museum or third persons acting in order of the museum.

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