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Koepenick Rathaus
Germany

Genau in dieses Rathaus drang der Schuster Wilhelm Voigt am 16. Oktober 1908 als Hauptmann verkleidet mit einem Trupp Soldaten ein. Er verhaftete den Bürgermeister und raubte die Stadtkasse.

Copyright: Wolfgang Peth
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