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Vavrisovo tabor - camp
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Reconstruction of the battle in Vavrisovo (SVK) from the Franc Rakoczi Estates uprising in the years 1703-1711 - Rekonstrukcia bitky pri Vavrisove z čias stavovskeho povstania Frantiska Rakociho v rokoch 1703-1711.

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Uploaded: 10/08/2009
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