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  • r/europe - On May 18, 1865, at about 10 a.m., 900 gentlemen gathered in front of the Bourse in Gdańsk (then Danzig, Prussia) and took a commemorative photo of themselves (photo by Richard Theodor Gottheil)
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  • r/monarchism - Napoleon III surrenders to King Wilhelm I of Prussia.
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