An Die Ungarische Nation. Waffenbruder!

Jelacic

Published by Carl Gerold, Wien, 1848
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Title: An Die Ungarische Nation. Waffenbruder!

Publisher: Carl Gerold, Wien

Publication Date: 1848

Binding: No Binding

Book Condition: Collectible-Very Good

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Broadside, 17.5 x 22.5", printed in two parts. Left side titled "An die ungarische Nation.", right side "Waffenbruder!", both "Bon der Drave im September 1848". At lower right is Jelacic m/p. Feldmarschall-Lieutenant und Ban. Very good, light wear. "Hoch lebe die Einheit der osterreichischen Armee unter unserem geliebten Kaiser und Konig! Also mentions Italians. Bookseller Inventory # 6617

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