Newspaper, "Die Feldpost," No. 29, October 5, 1914.

Die Feldpost: ein fröhlicher Gruss der Evangelischen Kirche in der Nordmark an die deutschen Brüder in Heer und Flotte, No. 29 (5 October 1914). Newspaper of the Lutheran Church in the Nordmark (=Schleswig-Holstein). Printed by H. H. Nölke, Bordesholm. One illustration. 4 p. (28.3 x 21 cm.).  From the Finding aid prepared by Violet Lutz.

Automated translation. [The army postal service: a cheerful greeting of the Evangelical Church in the Nordmark to the German brothers in the army and navy, No. 29]

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Main Author: Evangelical Church of Germany,
Format: Newspaper
Language: German
Published: Bordesholm : Nölke. 1914
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