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—  Helmut Qualtinger, Print over the post stamp "Am Steinernen Meer Salzburg", austrian Post AG (federal postal service), 1. Juli 2003; Austria-Forum. org, Überdruckmarke "Zitat Qualtinger" http://austria-forum.org/af/Wissenssammlungen/Briefmarken/2005/%C3%9Cberdruckmarke_-_Zitat_Qualtinger
Helmut Qualtinger5
attore, scrittore e giornalista austriaco 1928 - 1986
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