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Lithographed German color postcard with inset map of the German concession of Kiautschau in China, postmarked 1898, the year that Germany formalized its seizure of the territory from China with a 99-year lease. 
Text:
Geograph. Ansichtskarten Gesetzl. Geschützt. D.R.G.M. No. 89354
Das von Deutschland besetzte Fort.
Verlag v. G. Sternkopf, Halle, Deutschland
Hafen Einfahrt von Kiautschau
Deutsches Pachtgebeit
Neutrale Zone
Höhen und Tiefen in Metern

Geographer. Postcards VAT. Protected. D.R.G.M. No. 89 354
The fort occupied by Germany
Published by G. Sternkopf, Halle, Germany
Harbor entrance from Kiaochow
[Map legend:]
German concession
neutral zone
Heights and depths in meters
Message dated April 29, 1898

Lithographed German color postcard with inset map of the German concession of Kiautschau in China, postmarked 1898, the year that Germany formalized its seizure of the territory from China with a 99-year lease.

Image text

Geograph. Ansichtskarten Gesetzl. Geschützt. D.R.G.M. No. 89354

Das von Deutschland besetzte Fort.

Verlag v. G. Sternkopf, Halle, Deutschland

Hafen Einfahrt von Kiautschau

Deutsches Pachtgebeit

Neutrale Zone

Höhen und Tiefen in Metern



Geographer. Postcards VAT. Protected. D.R.G.M. No. 89 354

The fort occupied by Germany

Published by G. Sternkopf, Halle, Germany

Harbor entrance from Kiaochow

[Map legend:]

German concession

neutral zone

Heights and depths in meters

Message dated April 29, 1898

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