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Posted: February 05, 2008 04:07 pm
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And the author of these pictures - Willy Pragher as a student

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Posted: February 05, 2008 04:13 pm
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Posted: February 22, 2008 08:18 pm
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Excellent clip showing the last years of 'Little Paris' ... from a German point of view ;) And the great song we all know :D 'Lili Marlene'

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Posted: February 21, 2009 04:15 pm
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Calea Victoriei, near the Telephone Palace.
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The "Union" building
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The Palace Square and the Royal Cultural Foundation Library
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The Exposition Pavillion in the Carol park, now replaced by the Communist monument?
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Posted: April 14, 2011 06:11 pm
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It has a good reputations even before WWI:
http://www.tkinter.smig.net/Romania/NatGeo-09-1916/index.htm
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Posted: April 15, 2011 05:26 am
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QUOTE (alexkdl @ January 13, 2005 10:40 am)
Heres again the photo at a double size, I still try to recognise the street !

Al

It seems nobody noticed the American Jeep shown in the second post (first page).
That picture was taken after August 1944. The guys driving the Jeep should be some Soviet soldiers.

From this website:
http://www.o5m6.de/Numbers.html
I learned that 43,728 American Jeep arrived in Soviet Union. This number does not include those lost during transport and those diverted. The total number of Jeep sent to S.U. from the U.S. was 48,993. And this number does not include the amphibious Jeep shipments...

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