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The Russian battleship Slawa, crippled by German gunfire and sinking off Ösel, Baltic Sea, October 1917. Taken from the book: Der Weltkrieg in seiner rauen Wirklichkeit. „Das Frontkämpferwerk“, Munich, ca. 1925

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