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" Hektor Linksrhein, known as Horand von Grafrath, SZ1 [first in the breed register], " from Max von Stephanitz, Der deutsche Schäferhund in Wort und Bild (6th edition, 1921), p. 131 

" Hektor Linksrhein, known as Horand von Grafrath, SZ1 [first in the breed register], " from Max von Stephanitz, Der deutsche Schäferhund in Wort und Bild (6th edition, 1921), p. 131 

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