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Historisches Museum der Pfalz, Speyer 1914-1918. Die Pfalz im Ersten Weltkrieg [PKS_WK_12_034]

Plakat in Roubaix, Frankreich, 1915

Plakat in Roubaix, Frankreich, 1915 (Historisches Museum der Pfalz, Speyer CC BY-NC-SA)
Provenance/Rights: Historisches Museum der Pfalz, Speyer / HMP Speyer (CC BY-NC-SA)

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Wandanschlag in französischer Sprache.
Veröffentlicht im von Deutschland besetzten Frankreich; Roubaix, 25. Januar 1915.

Es ist verboten, harten Alkohol zu verkaufen.

"Interdiction de vendre de l’alcool
Art. 1. - Il est interdit aux cafetiers, débitants ou restaurateurs de vendre des boissons alcooliques, telles que genièvre, eau de vie, absinthe, cognac, rhum etc.
Art. 2. - Peuvent seuls être consommés: la bière, le vin, les limonades et les eaux minérales.
Art. 3. - Tout contrevenant sera puni d’une amende de 50 à 1000 francs. En outre toutes les boissons alcooliques seront confisquées.
Roubaix, le 25 Janvier 1915.
Hofmann
Major et Commandant."

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HxB: 33 x 51 cm

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Roubaix
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Frankreich
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1914 - 1918
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1915
1913 1920

[Last update: 2017/11/27]

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