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De kruistochten

2011

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Catawiki number: 6221585
Category: DVD / Video / Blu-ray
Title: De kruistochten
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Series / hero: Various non-fiction
Collection: Oorlog door de eeuwen heen
Number in collection: 1
Carrier / medium: DVD
Label / publisher: Discovery Channel, House of Knowledge
Film studio: Seventh Art Productions UK, Terra Nova Television
Release year medium: 2011
Release year movie: 1994
Genre: Documentary, Warfare, TV-series
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Playing time: 75
Number of discs / tapes: 1
Region code: 2 (DVD): Europe, South Africa, Middle East
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Barcode: 8715664030172
Screen format: 4:3 Standard Television
Sound format: Dolby Digital 2.0 / Dolby Digital Stereo
Language on cover: Dutch
Spoken language: English
Language subtitles: Dutch
Colour / black and white: Colour
Version: Standard Edition
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Submission date: 04-07-2016 17:35:17
Submitted by: Alexantox
Last updated on: 04-07-2016 17:35:58
Last updated by: Alexantox
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