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title Ländliche Neusiedlung im Gebiet der Bundesrepublik Deutschland vom Ende des 19. Jahrhunderts bis zur Gegenwart (Rural Colonization in the Territory of the Federal Republic of Germany from the End of the 19th Century up to the Present)
title_full Ländliche Neusiedlung im Gebiet der Bundesrepublik Deutschland vom Ende des 19. Jahrhunderts bis zur Gegenwart (Rural Colonization in the Territory of the Federal Republic of Germany from the End of the 19th Century up to the Present)
title_fullStr Ländliche Neusiedlung im Gebiet der Bundesrepublik Deutschland vom Ende des 19. Jahrhunderts bis zur Gegenwart (Rural Colonization in the Territory of the Federal Republic of Germany from the End of the 19th Century up to the Present)
title_full_unstemmed Ländliche Neusiedlung im Gebiet der Bundesrepublik Deutschland vom Ende des 19. Jahrhunderts bis zur Gegenwart (Rural Colonization in the Territory of the Federal Republic of Germany from the End of the 19th Century up to the Present)
title_short Ländliche Neusiedlung im Gebiet der Bundesrepublik Deutschland vom Ende des 19. Jahrhunderts bis zur Gegenwart (Rural Colonization in the Territory of the Federal Republic of Germany from the End of the 19th Century up to the Present)
title_sort ländliche neusiedlung im gebiet der bundesrepublik deutschland vom ende des 19. jahrhunderts bis zur gegenwart (rural colonization in the territory of the federal republic of germany from the end of the 19th century up to the present)
title_unstemmed Ländliche Neusiedlung im Gebiet der Bundesrepublik Deutschland vom Ende des 19. Jahrhunderts bis zur Gegenwart (Rural Colonization in the Territory of the Federal Republic of Germany from the End of the 19th Century up to the Present)
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