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Gott seegne sic euch meine Kinder! Sagte die Mutter

Gott seegne sic euch meine Kinder! Sagte die Mutter

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Print shows a military officer standing on the left, addressing a family on a walk along a river; he is pointing toward a young man who is holding his mother as she responds to the news that her son is needed for military service; she says, "God bless you my child!"
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Printed at bottom right: La fontaine Kl. Roman.





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