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Szeged Airport runway
Szeged

Szeged Airport

They established the Szeged airport as a military object on the time of the First World War, in 1915.

Served the aims of the civil aviation and the sport after the war, an airport was military again in the World War two then. The scene of battles may have been fervid often, since the orbit constructors of our days more bombs, machine gun a cartridge was found in the course of the ammunition exemption.

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Copyright: Tibor Illes
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Uploaded: 22/07/2010
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