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Fend

1948-1951.
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1951 Fend Flitzer 101.

 
 
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SamBlob3070 days ago

Dear Cartype:

I found this page while doing research for the free online encyclopedia Wikipedia, and thought this photo might be appropriate for inclusion in our articles concerning Fend Flitzer .

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I would like to include your image in these articles:
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http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fritz_Fend
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fritz_Fend

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Thank you for your time.

Kindly,
SamBlob

P.S.: If you do not want this specific photo to be shown, but have another photo of a Fend Flitzer that you would allow us to used under the terms stated above, please let us know. S.B.

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