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During the second half of the XIX century, the heads of state and government traveled frequently on the railways, the fastest means of

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Topics: Nazi, Führer Adolf Hitler, WWI, UNESCO World Heritage, Gastronomy and cuisine, WWI Rear Admiral George Hope, WWI Wilhelm II, Emperor of Germany & Prussia, WWI Alliance: Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy, WWI the Ottoman Empire, WWI Marshal Philippe Petain, WWI General Erich Friedrich Wilhelm Ludendorff, WWI President Georges Clemenceau, WWI The Fourteen Points, WWI the Zimmermann telegram, WWI General Robert Georges Nivelle, WWI Commander-in-Chief Royal Navy, Rosslyn Wemyss, WWI The Great War, World War I The Great War, WWI Private George Lawrence Price, WWI President Thomas Woodrow Wilson, WWI The Trench Warfare, WWII Armistice of June 22nd, 1940, West Point, WWI Officer of the Imperial Navy, Ernst Vanselow, WWI Alsace-Lorraine, WWI Private First-Class Augustin Trébuchon, WWI Treaty of Sèvres with Ottoman Empire in 1920, WWI Gallipoli peninsula campaign, World War I Battle of Verdun, WWI Head of the delegation, Matthias Erzberger, WWI Battle of the Somme, WWI Treaty of Versailles with Germany in 1919, WWI Treaty of Trianon with Hungary in 1920, WWI General John Pershing, WWI Major-General Allied Armies, Maxime Weygand, WWI General Imperial Army, Detlof von Winterfeldt, WWI Captain Wilfred Percy Nevill, WWI Armistice of November 11th, 1918, WWI Treaty of Neuilly with Bulgaria in 1920, WWI Triple Entente: France, Russia & England, WWI Compiègne, WWI Commander-in-Chief, Marshall Ferdinand Foch, WWII Führersonderzug Amerika, WWI Prime Minister Vittorio Orlando, WWI General Helmuth Johannes Ludwig von Moltke, WWI King Albert I, WWI Compiegne, WWI Field Marshal Douglas Haig, WWI Franz Ferdinand, Archduke of Austria, WWI Prime Minister David Lloyd George, WWI Alfred Graf von Oberndorff - Germany, WWI Treaty of Saint-Germain with Austria in 1919, WWI General von Schlieffen

During the second half of the XIX century, the heads of state and government traveled frequently on the railways, the fastest means of

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Topics: Nazi, Führer Adolf Hitler, WWI, UNESCO World Heritage, Gastronomy and cuisine, WWI Rear Admiral George Hope, WWI Wilhelm II, Emperor of Germany & Prussia, WWI Alliance: Germany, Austria-Hungary, Italy, WWI the Ottoman Empire, WWI Marshal Philippe Petain, WWI General Erich Friedrich Wilhelm Ludendorff, WWI President Georges Clemenceau, WWI The Fourteen Points, WWI the Zimmermann telegram, WWI General Robert Georges Nivelle, WWI Commander-in-Chief Royal Navy, Rosslyn Wemyss, WWI The Great War, World War I The Great War, WWI Private George Lawrence Price, WWI President Thomas Woodrow Wilson, WWI The Trench Warfare, WWII Armistice of June 22nd, 1940, West Point, WWI Officer of the Imperial Navy, Ernst Vanselow, WWI Alsace-Lorraine, WWI Private First-Class Augustin Trébuchon, WWI Treaty of Sèvres with Ottoman Empire in 1920, WWI Gallipoli peninsula campaign, World War I Battle of Verdun, WWI Head of the delegation, Matthias Erzberger, WWI Battle of the Somme, WWI Treaty of Versailles with Germany in 1919, WWI Treaty of Trianon with Hungary in 1920, WWI General John Pershing, WWI Major-General Allied Armies, Maxime Weygand, WWI General Imperial Army, Detlof von Winterfeldt, WWI Captain Wilfred Percy Nevill, WWI Armistice of November 11th, 1918, WWI Treaty of Neuilly with Bulgaria in 1920, WWI Triple Entente: France, Russia & England, WWI Compiègne, WWI Commander-in-Chief, Marshall Ferdinand Foch, WWII Führersonderzug Amerika, WWI Prime Minister Vittorio Orlando, WWI General Helmuth Johannes Ludwig von Moltke, WWI King Albert I, WWI Compiegne, WWI Field Marshal Douglas Haig, WWI Franz Ferdinand, Archduke of Austria, WWI Prime Minister David Lloyd George, WWI Alfred Graf von Oberndorff - Germany, WWI Treaty of Saint-Germain with Austria in 1919, WWI General von Schlieffen

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