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From the Battle Near Amiens on the 23rd of December 1870
From the Battle Near Amiens on the 23rd of December 1870. The Storming of the Railway Dam Near Villers Bretonneux by the 44rthers. The Franco-Prussian War or Franco-German War, Often Referred to in France As the War of 1870. Georg Koch (1857-1936) Was a Very Well-Known German Painter, Woodcut and Lithograph Artist of the Late 19th - Early 20th Century. Pupil of His Father Carl Koch, He Also Studied at the Berlin Academy.
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