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At present he works Bulgaria

Keppler, Udo J., 1872-1956
A puppeteer labeled "Russia" with marionettes labeled "Bulgaria" and "Macedonia" engage in a sword fight. The Bulgarian puppet is about to cut the head off the Macedonian puppet who has dropped his sword. Hanging on the side of the theater, to the left, are three puppets labeled "Roumelia, Servia, [and] Roumania." Caption: A continuous performance since Peter, the Great.
International relations, Puppet plays, Puppets, Bulgaria, Europe--Macedonia, Europe--Rumelia, Romania, Russia (Federation), Serbia
Theodore Roosevelt Center
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